Natural Health Center's doctor of oriental medicine, Mary Kay Cetan, taps into the ideologies of traditional Chinese medicine, which dates back more than 5,000 years and conceptualizes the body as a landscape affected by emotional and physical climates. Holistic services and supplements combat both acute and chronic ailments. Hair-thin acupuncture needles safely boost blood and energy flow to assuage pain and enhance internal functions, such as the digestive process that turns blue cotton candy back into blueberries. A licensed massage therapist with more than 35 years of kneading experience aims soothing strokes at pent-up aches, tension, and knots. Honed over 2,000 years, homeopathy mediates bodily discordances with diluted doses of irritants, such as a naturally derived onion substance that wards off watery eyes or a pulverized Cupid's arrow that heals heartbroken clients.
At Hair 1 and Spa 2, Charity (DeSear) Zeigler draws upon two decades of experience in the beauty industry, transforming men's and women's looks with an array of relaxing treatments. In the salon area, skilled hands craft haircuts, highlights, lowlights, and corrective colors. Fingers and toes relax during spa mani-pedis featuring heat therapy and soothing scrubs. Staff banishes body fuzz with traditional waxing services, as well as laser hair-removal and electrolysis treatments that can prepare legs for the beach or enhance an arm wrestler's aerodynamic advantage.
Hornberger Wellness & Chiropractic recently upgraded its location to an earthy, sandstone-colored building. The larger space's soothing earth tones begin triggering relief in patients before resident chiropractor, Dr. Joe Hornberger, even lays hands on them. The doctor's 26 years of experience taught him the effectiveness of a broad range of alternative-wellness therapies, spurring him to team up with Dr. Ricardo Morales, a practitioner of natural medicine, to expand both their practices and offer their patients more non-invasive healing treatments. Today, patients come to the center to heal issues from low-back pain to nicotine addiction. The center's wellness specialties include all-natural facial rejuvenation and hCG weight-loss treatment, which combines ancient acupuncture methods with ancient anticupcake shields.
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If it?s a healing art that ends in ?-puncture?, licensed acupuncturist Michael House likely practices it at All Natural Healing Medical Center. After graduating from East West College of Natural Medicine, he journeyed to China and trained in biopuncture, studying the discipline?s homeopathic injections applied at traditional acupuncture points. Specializing in non-surgical neck, back, and shoulder repair, he relies on these injections for the majority of his treatments as a surgery alternative, while also boosting health during biopuncture and prolopuncture sessions. His B12-powered medical weight-loss program burns fat while also boosting metabolism and lean muscle. Naturally, he also practices traditional shot-free acupuncture, and irons out skeletons in time for Halloween with chiropractic treatments.
The mugwort leaf can be found throughout China. It's a shrub-like plant with small, greenish-yellow flowers and leaves. During moxibustion treatments, practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine burn those leaves near acupuncture points in an effort to warm the blood, restore the body's energy flow, and circumvent the danger of using a toaster oven to achieve the same goals.
Moxibustion is one of many centuries-old holistic treatments performed at Traditional Chinese Medical Solutions Healing Center. There, a staff led by founder and doctor of Oriental medicine Rene Ng fuses the natural healing powers of Chinese medicine with the modern-day potency of Western medicine. The resulting spread of services includes acupuncture, herbal therapy, and three forms of Chinese bodywork—all of which work alone or in unison to achieve total well being.
The team at Wellness and Life Solutions takes a multifaceted approach to awakening and balancing the body's innate capacity for healing. Certified hypnotist Shana Rosenthal assists people with their weight-loss or smoking-cessation goals, and stress-management expert Marc Rosenthal uses techniques such as neurolinguistic programming to help people improve their ability to socialize, negotiate, and manifest more legible thought bubbles. To unblock bodily energy and address pain or illness, guests turn to licensed psychologist and acupuncturist Maritza Kerekes, while Cindy Heard, a licensed massage therapist and certified reflexologist, restores clients' physical homeostasis.