Tucked inside of Healing Touch Physical Therapy is a studio decked out in Stott's RX Pilates reformers. Here, instructor Jillian leads workouts that incorporate the machinery, which is designed to reduce stress on joints while increasing the intensity of workouts. Pilates Reformer sessions do more than just fortify the core; they also strengthen the muscles and cardiovascular system. And, because each exerciser has his or her own machine, workouts can be scaled to match each person's desired level of intensity.
The massage therapist at Healing Touch Physical Therapy sends healing echoes through achy muscle walls with their signature bodywork. They can promote deep relaxation with flowing Swedish strokes, or administer deep-tissue pressure to access lower-layer aches. While clients splendor in postmassage rapture, they may also ask about Healing Touch's many rehabilitative services, which range from acupuncture and physical therapy to nutrition management and yoga classes.
Staff at Healing Touch Physical Therapy are adept at injury-prevention treatments, neurological or oncological rehabilitation, and a host of pain management techniques. Going beyond standard physical-therapy treatments, they also lead Pilates, yoga, and nutritional-guidance programs, working to keep clients healthy through a multitude of different approaches.
The father-and-daughter team behind Chan Acupuncture Clinic adapt their holistic healing treatments to each client, relieving pains and stresses via time-tested techniques. Using traditional acupuncture and electro-acupuncture—which involves electrical pulses—they help restore the flow of energy throughout the body. Related techniques include cupping, acupressure, and gua sha—in which a rounded object is used to deliver short, brisk strokes to a specific meridian. Chan Acupuncture offers convenient, flexible scheduling as yet another means of reducing stress, and a fully stocked natural and raw herbal pharmacy to aid in quests for wellness.
Emmanuel Sargenti began studying Eastern traditions at age 10. He first dedicated his time to the discipline of martial arts and eventually attained a fourth-degree black belt in kung fu san soo. Later in adulthood, Emmanuel completed a master?s degree in traditional Chinese medicine at Yo San University. Today, Emmanuel works to restore balance for his patients on an individual level through his Eastern- and Western-blended medicinal services at Integrated Acupuncture & Herbs. His therapeutic sessions reduce disharmony in his patients' lives with a variety of treatments including acupuncture, cupping, Chinese herbal medicine, and tai chi. Above all, each of these therapies is designed to expel toxins from the body and restore balance to ensure overall health and well-being.
California board-certified acupuncturist and clinical Chinese herbalist Jennifer Rose assists her patients with such concerns as pain management, stress, emotional discontent, digestion, and sleeping difficulties. Before commencing any service, she conducts a consultation with the patient to ensure the chosen treatment, whether it be acupuncture, cupping, or moxibustion, is appropriate. She assesses the individual’s medical history, answers any questions, and ascertains goals for the treatment. Jennifer also offers nutritional and herbal counseling, and she works with patients on meditation and breathing techniques.