When Dr. Martin Dayton originally founded Dayton Medical Center in 1973, he became a pioneer in combining conventional medicine with alternative therapies to holistically address a broad range of health-care concerns. This philosophy has never wavered over the decades, and the practice's staff of physicians and practitioners, still led by Dr. Dayton, continues to help patients while using natural, minimally-invasive methodologies whenever possible.
Although the center's treatment regimens draw inspiration from everything from osteopathic medicine to traditional Chinese medicine, they share common goals: addressing symptoms and their underlying causes, and supporting the body's natural self-healing capabilities. These treatments include vitamin injections to bolster metabolisms, acupuncture to restore balance, and infrared light therapy to detoxify bodies. With so many approaches available to them, the practitioners are able to recommend personalized regimens that take each patient's needs and superpowers into account.
Professionals trained in the art of reiki use their gentle touch to help clients find that spring in their step. They work to restore depleted energy levels and bring harmony to the body’s chakras so discomfort and ailments can more easily heal. During sessions, clients lie fully clothed or in a gorilla suit as reiki masters place their hands on or just above specific areas of the body to channel chi.
Endorsed by Dr. Oz and ESPN, cryotherapy helps athletes hit peak performance levels by providing pain relief, increased energy, and quicker recovery times. It also has numerous health and beauty benefits for nonathletes. At ICE Cryotherapy, customers can choose between two treatments: full body or localized. For the full-body treatment, customers step into the cryosauna—a cushioned booth that resembles a standup tanning bed—where they are blasted with cold air that cools the skin temperature to -1° C for three minutes. Localized treatments use the same technology to target specific areas of pain or swelling. Cryotherapy can help reduce cellulite, improve circulation, and assist in weight management.
At Center for Integrative Medicine, healers pay due attention to every treatment modality, from contemporary medicine to ancient Chinese medicine and acupuncture. The services reflect their broad spectrum of expertise, from specialty Chinese massage and ariculotherapy (full-body healing triggered in the external ear) to cold-laser therapy and injection therapy.
Nicole Brown founded Health by Choice after fighting a personal battle for wellness. Struggling for years with ailments and stints in the hospital, she choice to learn as much as she could about health, sickness, and happiness so that she could take control of her own well-being and help others as well. In addition to studying massage therapy and traditional Chinese medicine, Nicole became a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher, and encourages her patients to practice yoga and meditation in addition to undergoing treatments from her roster of natural health care services.