At Peltier Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center, LLC, Dr. William Peltier divides his approach to healing into three distinct phases. The first phase deals with helping patients overcome their immediate pain and discomfort. He achieves this step by first identifying the source of the pain, and then administering noninvasive techniques to relieve it. During the second phase, he designs a treatment plan for long-term correction, helping muscles and bones heal properly. The third phase begins when patients feel better, and involves periodic checkups, minor adjustments, celebratory chest bumps.
Many are familiar with the saying "Love what you do and do what you love," but few actually live it. When Missy Steed discovered massage therapy, she finally found the thing that made her truly happy: making others happy. A graduate of the Dayton School of Medical Massage, Missy is well versed in most of the classic treatments, including relaxation, deep-tissue, and cold-stone massage. Additionally, she is also a certified infant massage instructor who leads classes that teach parents how to pamper their little ones at home. These classes, and the subsequent treatments lavished upon the lucky kids, can have numerous benefits. They promote bonding between parents and children and also relax infants after a long day of refusing to eat or arguing with the cat about whose tiny sweater is cuter.
Inside Holten Wellness Center, a spacious fitness area bustles with trainers, wellness coaches, massage staff, and clients of weight loss services. Nutrition experts guide clients of all ages through the Weightloss to Wellness program with nutritional, physical, and laser-pointer-chasing exercises. While exercise has its place, the center also acknowledges the role of relaxation in holistic health. Massage therapists offer seven massage modalities whose goals range from spa-like pampering to therapy during serious illness or surgery.
Cindy Guirino is a registered and licensed dietitian and a solution-focused weight-management therapist with more than 15 years of experience. After a preliminary evaluation, Guirino will test your metabolism's knowledge of 80s sitcoms and determine your basal metabolic rate (BMR), which is how many calories your body is burning while at rest. Using this information, Cindy can work with you to determine weight-loss goals and a plan of action to overcome the donut lobbyists and other challenges standing in the way of a more healthy life.
As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Vanessa Edwards looks beyond symptoms to find the underlying cause of physical ailments and promote the body’s natural healing abilities through holistic means. Helping clients get healthy and stay healthy is her primary goal, which is why she combines treatment with education in order to aid patients in learning about their bodies and what it takes to live a healthier life. Inside her office, she offers a full menu of naturopathic services that includes nutritional counseling, acupuncture, hydrotherapy, and herbal medicine. She also utilizes special lab testing that can help to identify food sensitivities, determine blood type, and check for midi-chlorians. Dr. Edwards has volunteered her healing services on numerous medical missions to foreign countries, bringing her knowledge of holistic healthcare to locations such as South Africa, Russia, Romania, and the Philippines.
For more than four decades, Doctor of Chiropractic Allen Moore has been seeking out the latest available treatments for his patients. He has put these cutting-edge techniques to work in about 20,000 cases at Moore Chiropractic Family Wellness Clinic, often using DTS spinal-decompression therapy, a gentle process designed to separate bulging discs. In addition to relieving back pain through routine adjustments, Dr. Moore addresses health issues such as fibromyalgia, allergies, sciatica, and headaches, and targets soft-tissue injuries with ultrasound therapy or electrical muscle stimulation. Dr. Moore is also an advocate of the Advanced BioStructural Correction (ABC) method, which holds that the body is a partially self-correcting mechanism.