Doctor of Chiropractic Allison Lees—a former collegiate soccer player—and Doctor of Chiropractic Kayla Smiley—a former collegiate basketball player—both know the physical toll athletes can face. At their practice, the chiropractors take a special interest in helping people recover from sports injuries, as well as chronic pain in the back and extremities. Dr. Lees is also certified in acupuncture to help further alleviate aches and allergies.
Integrative Wellness Services was established in 2013 with the goal of providing clients with the most effective treatments to help their bodies heal naturally. Through the use of customized treatment plans, which can include therapies like acupuncture, cupping, gua sha (Chinese massage), reflexology, essential oils, and dietary advice, therapists find ways to help each client find balance, energy, and heal from chronic pain and illnesses.
Oklahoma Healing Connection is a family-owned wellness center that helps clients bring their mind, body, and spirit into harmony. Offering reiki energy healing, reflexology, therapeutic massage, and ear candling, the office's certified therapists and registered nurse work to help manage chronic pain and stress. Clients can come in to try a relaxing reiki session, where healing energy is guided through the body, or participate in a pre-marital preparation class or an energy-point tapping session.
Doctor of Chiropractic Cody Elledge treats more than just backaches and stiff necks—he works to keep the nervous system tuned up and humming efficiently. By maintaining the health of the body's control centers, Dr. Elledge is able to help his patients overcome many a malady without drugs or surgery. Acupuncture treatments complement his holistic treatment regimens, lending to his well-rounded approach to bringing balance to the body.
Dr. Richard Huffman gently renews zest in soul sacks after leading thorough consultations and exams that unveil each client's medical history, pains, and eagerness to smile for x-rays. Huffman also uses this time to explain the science behind chiropractic practices, which generally aim to treat the "whole person" by addressing misalignments in one of the body's seven spinal columns. Once Huffman has collected and shared adequate information, he treats the client's body to a soothing first treatment that may include a bone adjustment and dose of needleless, pressure-centric acupuncture.