Dr. Bill Blueter has embarked on a diverse healthcare education, earning certifications that range from electrodiagnosis and whiplash/brain traumatology to acupuncture. Dr. Bill addresses ailments through drug-free and non-invasive treatments such as spinal decompression, injury specific rehabilitation, or nutritional supplements. Chiropractic adjustments can align disjunctures in a disk, while massage therapy helps balance the circulatory, lymphatic, and muscular systems. Dr. Bill also performs Meridian-style acupuncture treatments that help improve energy flow through biochemical highways.
Inside Rejuvenate Salon & Spa, the combination of sea-foam-green walls and accents with dark wood creates a calming, welcoming atmosphere. Then, the method of relaxation is left up to the guest, who might choose a hot-tub mineral bath, infrared sauna, or hot-stone massage, to name a few. Along with spa treatments, the beauty specialists here pamper guests with hair and nail services.
New Health Centers consists of more than 400 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate physical discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with licensed massage therapists to soothe aches, pains, and relieve stress.
The staff at Herbal Therapy Body Wraps envelops clients in bandage-like wraps saturated with a cocktail of herbs to rejuvenate the skin and slim the silhouette. The expertly selected cadre of herbs works to drain the body of extra fluids and toxins and to soften weathered hides. Wraps infuse skin with goodies for 60 minutes during each session, aiming to contour while providing immediate inch loss, relaxing the body, and easing joint pain. The treatment may also help reduce the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite, ensuring a smooth canvas onto which tattoo maps to secret gumdrop lairs. Wrapees can wear underwear, a bathing suit, or a fashion-forward grocery bag under herbaceous layers. Herbal Therapy recommends multiple wraps to achieve optimal results.
Licensed Acupuncturists Sydnie Bryant, Jessica Fritz, and Daniel Johnson, who hold masters degrees from the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, balance the bodies and minds of their clients with deft acupuncture expertise. Invoking the ameliorative properties of the 5,000-year-old treatment, a knowledgeable needler will assess clients’ health by feeling nine pulsations at each wrist and observing the color and form of the face, the tongue, and the body before beginning the pin-cushioning process. During the one-hour session, guests are invited to relax as each gentle needle insertion spearheads stress and deflates tension, inducing a mellow mood that can help to alleviate ailments, improve immunity, increase fertility, and bend spoons.
With a commitment to cleanliness, Wholistic Acupuncture uses only sterilized, stainless-steel needles during the treatment, which are promptly donated to prematurely shedding hedgehogs after a single use.
As a Vietnam veteran, Ellen Ona, L.Ac., is no stranger to physical and emotional pain. She served as a medic and surgical scrub technician in the U.S. Army, and after graduating from the esteemed Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and traveling to Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China to study Chinese herbal medicine, Ona went on to become a licensed practitioner and a nationally board-certified diplomat of Oriental medicine. She utilizes her extensive training to treat a wide variety of conditions with 2,500-year-old traditional Chinese medicine techniques. Ona performs acupuncture treatments and dispenses Chinese herbs to address stress, chronic pain, or the inability to ferret out Magic Eye images. As a gesture of goodwill and support, Ona offers complimentary treatments—including the "Battle Field Acupuncture Protocol"—to other vets suffering from back, neck, or joint pain or post-traumatic stress disorder.