The certified wellness curators at Total Body Image work to evict freeloading impurities in an effort to prevent ailments including constipation, skin disorders, bloating, and arthritis. They achieve this through detoxifying holistic treatments such as colon-hydrotherapy that clears out the body's pipe works and infrared-sauna sessions that promote perspiration, thus removing toxins through the pores. To achieve healthy skin and appearances, they also use Endermologie technology to tone it and reduce cellulite, as well as a variety of anti-aging products and facial treatments.
There are many facets to health. That's why Living Tree Center for Healing provides wellness services ranging from chiropractic care and yoga classes to nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice. The facility also employs several licensed massage therapists. In the comfort of a private room, guests may request deep-tissue pressure to mitigate lower-layer aches, or craniosacral therapy to remedy ailments such as TMJ and scoliosis.
The A-team of health experts at Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine of Ohio consists of surgeons, chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists, and even neurologists. This diverse staff helps patients manage ailments of nearly any kind through holistic and medical means. The healers are especially focused on pain management and restoring function to out-of-order joints, helping clients recover from auto accidents and sports injuries.
Chiropractic Doctors Keith and Brian Hassinger take a proactive approach to their patients' well-being, employing preventative holistic techniques to hold all manner of ailments at bay. After initial consultations, the doctors treat patients with a three-step process that relieves any immediate concerns, corrects the underlying causes, and maintains wellness through continued chiropractic care. The Hassingers supplement their repertoire of modern chiropractic techniques with massage, acupuncture, nutritional counseling, and advice on the best ways and places to whistle "Eye of the Tiger" in public.
At Lake Erie Acupuncture, nationally accredited acupuncturist Austin Homrighaus draws on thousands of hours of class time and clinical practice as he works to restore the balance of energy within the body using hair-thin needles. He uses bodywork, guided breath work, moxibustion, and other techniques in his efforts to resolve patients' health issues.
People from 40 states and 12 countries have come to Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center for treatment. Though the holistic facility offers a range of traditional and alternative medical services, more than 8,000 patients from across the globe have arrived at its door with the specific goal of experiencing the Tenpenny Sensitivity Reduction Technique—T-SRT—an anti-allergy methodology developed by founder Sherri Tenpenny, DO, in 1997. The technique combines three complementary practices—kinesiology, homeopathy, and acupressure—to evaluate and redirect bodily energy. The treatment requires patients to be in contact with the allergen while the practitioner activates a series of acupressure points on the spine, arms, and legs, and it can provide relief from common irritants such as ragweed, food allergens, and infomercials.
The caring, multidisciplinary staff also provides nonpharmaceutical solutions to family health issues. Pediatrician and homeopathic physician Janet Levatin, MD, keeps kids healthy, and Doctor of Chiropractic Matt Grant helps patients manage their chronic pain. Licensed acupuncturist Linda Corlett treats issues from insomnia to weight gain with traditional and needle-free treatments, and holistic gynecologist Dr. Cindy Fraed keeps women healthy with infusions of bio-identical hormones. The center also features breast thermography, a radiation-free detection system that can identify areas of concern up seven years before the abnormality could be detected by traditional mammography.