Inspired by personal brushes with tobacco’s destructive power, experienced cigarette exorcist Dr. Jeffrey Williams helms ReNew Auriculotherapy Center to help free tobacco users from the clutches of nicotine addiction via auriculotherapy. During treatment, he’ll carefully anchor slender micro-current probes at specific acupressure points in the outer ears, propelling micro-currents of nearly painless energy to the nerve centers associated with nicotine addiction. Each initial visit encompasses up to 30 minutes of consultation, treatment, and butt-quashing pointers, while dual follow-up boosters over the next 60 days bolster flagging willpower with 15-minute jolts of auricular impetus. In addition to its patent merits as a tongue twister, auriculotherapy may extinguish seditious pockets of nicotine in delicate organ systems and wash away physiological cigarette yens with a tidal wave of feel-good endorphins.
LiveWell Wellness Center's Doctors of Chiropractic—Patrick Komeshak and Danny Mosley—treat patients with the LiveWell System, a holistic approach developed to lead patients toward optimal physical, chemical, and emotional health. At this complete wellness center, Drs. Komeshak and Mosley also help patients obtain their heal and wellness goals using a variety of state-of-the-art tools and services. Chiropractic correction realigns the skeletal architecture using techniques that are gentle enough for everyone from newborn babies to senior citizens. Ensconced in one of seven warmly lit private treatment rooms, massage therapists return sore necks and backs to a state of tranquility as they knead out knots and stress, and nutritional experts provide patients with recommendations for dietary supplements. From pain-relief to weight loss to general wellness, the LiveWell team works together to help customers reach their goals and obtain peace of mind.
Licensed massage therapist Cyndi Bogacki is a Body Therapy Center and School of Massage graduate and muscle-melter extraordinaire. Drawing on more than six years of experience, she and her team administer flowing Swedish strokes to promote relaxation or untie lower-layer knots with deep-tissue pressure. Clients may also request a specialty bamboo-fusion massage, which can improve range of motion in achy shoulders and dietary habits in baby pandas.
Dr. David Hadden of O'fallon Crossing Chiropractic fixes his attention on all that ails his clientele, leveraging advanced chiropractic techniques and cold-laser technology to mollify physical concerns. Evaluating each patient as a whole rather than a composite of Legos, the doc considers bone and joint issues as well as muscle and movement woes before deploying treatments. Pains caused by workplace injuries or auto accidents are no match for the back-adjustor as he couples activator-adjusting techniques with myofascial release and functional rehab treatments. In a Lipolaser treatment room outfitted with a plush treatment bed, the laser technician whisks away unwanted fatty acids and glycerol inside fat cells, helping clients achieve figures that turn heads, raise eyebrows or completely dismember Mr. Potato Heads.
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Maureen Fox Acupuncture's needle-wielder draws on experience as a registered nurse as well as training in traditional Chinese medicine to battle stress and chronic conditions with acupuncture. Initial sessions last approximately 90 minutes, beginning with a consultation in which patients describe health concerns and expectations through a half-hour interpretive dance. Afterward, skilled hands guide hair-thin needles to some of the roughly 2,000 acupuncture points across the body that can ease anxiety, bolster fertility, and increase the energizing flow of chi.