Sf. Ramon Careaga began his career in the world of electromagnets and circuits, receiving his bachelor?s degree in electrical engineering. Today he works with energy pathways of another kind as one of three licensed acupuncturists at Blue Lotus Health and Acupuncture, also treating clients using herbology, tui-na acupressure, and therapeutic tai chi. Arwen Careaga focuses on women's health, including pediatrics and dermatology, whereas Jenny-Marie Greenough treats pain, anxiety, and other health concerns from her perch in Elizabethtown. The trio's interest in good health blossomed at school: all three practitioners received their Masters degrees from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego.
According to Craig Richardson, proprietor of Neurofeedback Affiliates of Lexington, learning how to take charge of brainwaves can reduce stress, depression, memory loss, and improve mental performance. It's all a matter of training your brain how to function, which he holds that virtually any person can do, from children to seniors to those suffering from disorders. He lauds the benefits of this treatment by pointing out the vast body of research supporting its effectiveness.
A graduate of South Baylo University in Anaheim, Andrea Johnston uses acupuncture and the various modalities of Oriental medicine to restore health and harmony to her clients' minds and bodies. She treats a wide range of conditions, from chronic pain and digestive woes to emotional distress and superpowers. Her calming bedside manner and the fineness of the implements she uses contribute to the "virtually painless" nature of her treatments.
Registered nurse Anne Swann commands the LightSheer Diode laser with a steady hand as she carefully zaps away unwanted hair on all skin types and shades. Her cross-country experience in medical aesthetics—including directing a clinic in San Francisco and writing published articles on high-tech skincare—has armed her with skills in preventing and masking signs of aging using Botox and medical-grade facials.