Since graduating from New York Chiropractic College in the mid 1980s, doctor of chiropractic Peter G. Hill developed an itch for understanding and treating automotive- and sports-related injuries. To scratch it, he attends conferences and forums on concussions, which are typically less conspicuous than other injuries such as a whiplashed neck or deflated ego. Alongside injury recovery, Dr. Hill addresses all kinds of aches and pains with adjustments, muscle work, physical therapies, and nutritional counseling.
Marisa Fanelli's first close-up encounter with Western medicine was at the age of 17, when her mother fell ill, and it was riddled with disappointments. Misdiagnoses, ineffective medications and surgeries, and most importantly, doctors' apathy toward her mother's personal well-being, discouraged Marisa. But her negative experience with modern medicine culminated in something positive: an exploration of acupuncture. At Healing Point Therapeutics, Marisa not only uses acupuncture to heal her clients mentally and physically, but she also offers other treatments in the same vein. These treatments include hypnotherapy—which she sometimes blends with acupuncture—cupping, and Gua Sha, a massage-like practice.
In Balance owner Sarra Forrester blends a touch of emotional wellbeing into her therapeutic massage sessions. By delivering pain relief, she hopes to promote overall health in her clients' lives. Formally trained in massage techniques, she can perform Swedish, shiatsu, and sports massages, along with Eastern techniques including Thai herbal compress and reflexology.
After experiencing a very difficult time in her life, mother and entrepreneur Lauri Meizler was in search of a healthy start. She went down many paths to recover, but the results were less than optimal: instead of feeling energized, she found herself lethargic and underweight. It wasn?t until discovering cleansing and Ayurveda, one of the world's oldest medical systems, that life began to change. Soon thereafter, she adapted the teachings of the combination, and has since felt energetic, balanced, and in control of her life once again.
Lauri received certifications as a health coach in raw foods and Ayurveda and pairs the ancient Indian tradition?s holistic-wellness practices with modern nutrition training to help others optimize their health and well-being through eating a predominantly plant-rich diet. Her company, Joos, funnels these nutritious ingredients into bottles to help on-the-go people to build healthy, sustainable eating habits.
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For more than 30 years, Dr. Bruce Hirsch has been treating a wide range of corporeal pains with a multidisciplinary approach that combines chiropractic treatments and acupuncture. Migraines, back and neck pain, and general bodily malaise all fall within the healing scope of Dr. Hirsch's strategically placed needles and chiropractic adjustments. Aside from medical issues, Dr. Hirsch can also address aesthetics, using acupuncture to promote the skin's healing process to smooth wrinkles and even the complexion. By getting to the heart of patients’ aches and pains, Dr. Hirsch’s aims not to alleviate symptoms, but to eliminate problems at their core.
Dr. Yi Luo’s grandfather spent his 97 years of life helping those with medical needs. And for the past 15 years, Dr. Luo has continued his legacy by healing patients with alternative therapies, such as cupping, tui na massage, noninsertion acupuncture, and herbal medicine.