Warm facial towels, aromatherapy oils, and heat therapy are a few of the supplemental services the therapists at VidaTherapy Massage Center use to relax clients. They stir these add-ons into an array of Swedish, deep-tissue, and sports massages to further pamper clients. After a massage, clients' blood circulates better, sleep comes easier, their headaches can vanish, and the digital self-destruct timer on their back stops counting down.
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The practitioners at The Health and Energy Center of Wisconsin believe an ounce of prevention is worth a metric ton of cure. That is why they promote a lifestyle of detoxification, good nutrition, and stress management as a means of warding off potential ailments and aches. Foot-reflexology and massage sessions relax muscles and stimulate circulation, while far infrared light therapies and ionic foot baths lure impurities out of the body more effectively than a well-played fife. With a focus on providing low-cost healthcare, The Health and Energy Center of Wisconsin was Milwaukee County's 2010 Community Shares Award winner for Humanitarian of the Year.
After an unfortunate car accident, Michael Vlahoulis suffered a debilitating spinal injury. Though he benefitted some from physical therapy, he noticed the most significant healing came from massage. As soon as his recovery was complete, he attended the Lakeside School of Massage Therapy. Today, this American Massage Therapy Association member massages muscles into relaxed states. Michael received training in craniosacral therapy and skillfully blends an array of modalities such as connective-tissue release and trigger-point therapy. He uses these techniques to soothe carpal-tunnel syndrome, loosen frozen shoulders, and relieve the pain resultant from hunching over a typewriter all day.
The Chinese medicine experts at Acupuncture & Holistic Health Associates have treated more than 30,000 patients since their clinic opened its doors in 1998. Within the comfortable, feng shui-correct treatment rooms, licensed acupuncturists on staff target chronic and acute ailments with fine, sterile needles. Needles aim to restore the flow of energy, or qi, along its designated pathways, carrying away physical, chemical, and emotional stressors in its currents. Common problems treated at the clinic include headaches and back pain, fatigue and depression, or the constant fear that you'll fall through a manhole and be adopted by Ninja Turtles.
A certified practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine, Heather Peterman works to heal the body with natural remedies and the power of touch. Her desire to help others led her to the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine and then to her own practice. Today, Heather treats her patients at Sana Acupuncture & Apothecary, where she practices acupuncture and supplies visitors with natural therapies as a certified herbalist.