The holistic practitioners at Hale Health aim to treat the whole person, not just symptoms of illness and disease. Following the tenets of integrative medicine, they strive to boost clients' wellness with naturopathic services such as pain-relieving bodywork, acupuncture, and nutritional IV therapy. They also fight acne and skin issues with platelet-rich plasma facials and work to accelerate weight loss with vitamin B12 injections.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Detox foot bath and 60 min massage
Brands Used: Young living essential oils
Although they’re practitioners of different disciplines, licensed massage therapist Jacqulyn McDougal, naturopathic physician Jen Bogus, and Pilates instructor Nisa Windsong-Frazier unite in a single goal: to help others, as they say in their mission statement, "find balance, wellness and vitality." Dr. Jen calls on natural, holistic healing agents to treat conditions ranging from chronic pain to digestive issues. Ms. McDougal, meanwhile, targets muscles with massage modalities such as trigger-point release, sports therapy, and Swedish. In private and semiprivate Pilates classes, Ms. Windsong-Frazier uses mats and springboards to correct postural imbalances and strengthen the body's ability to open beer bottles with its core. Aside from Pilates, the center hosts group fitness classes such as Zumba and Vinyasa yoga.
Armed with a master's degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine, Douglas Wingate of Parkway Acupuncture and Wellness pulls from various healing disciplines, including direct trigger-point therapy and the Japanese meridian approach, to create customized treatments centered on the individual’s needs and preferences. By doing so, he’s capable of treating a variety of conditions that range from arthritis to urinary-tract infections. His specialty however, is treating emotional conditions such as anxiety, stress, and depression, as well as neurocognitive difficulties that come along with a concussion or other head trauma.
At Massage to the Maxx, clients can enjoy a full regimen of therapeutic treatment-based bodywork and fitness. From deep-tissue sessions to sports massage to medical massage, the suite is a destination for anyone in need of some rejuvenation. Of course, massage isn't the only way to ease the body and mind. That's why Massage to the Maxx offers Surfset, a unique one on one fitness session that simulates surfing. Led by licensed Surfset trainer Jacqulyn McDougal, one-on-one training sessions engage large muscle groups and smaller stabilizers alike to create lean, toned physiques.
At Living Well Acupuncture and Wellness Clinic, Candace McWhirter specializes in sports acupuncture to improve athletes' performance and prevent injuries and combines Chinese and Japanese traditions to address a wide variety of acute and chronic infirmities through the ancient healing art of acupuncture. Clients will spend between 45 and 60 minutes balancing chi and releasing stress through tiny pinpoints of relaxation. By inserting hair-thin needles at key junctures, Candace may balance energy levels in the body, reducing stress and pain as fists of tension peacefully unclench. After treating the client with traditional methods, Candace will harness the power of Luminex Laser System technology to administer low-level laser therapy. A near-infrared beam roams over tissues, stirring up cells into a healing frenzy while increasing blood flow. The subthermal laser light may speed up tissue recovery while reducing inflammation and printing invisible tattoos across the skin that are viewable only to robots and MIT graduates. Customers can call ahead to set up their acupuncture appointment.