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.
The Alive Academy health and wellness center rejuvenates minds and bodies with holistic treatments that tackle the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. So it harnesses the power of the VSI biomarker body scan to help humans realize their full potential.
During sessions, a Zyto palm scanner sends undetectable electrical pulses through the body, recording its response to each stimulant. This allows medical professionals to interpret the responses and determine each individual body’s preference for things such as nutrition, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes.
After that, clients can address these findings with treatments that range from full-body detoxification and cellular healing sessions to vibration therapy. They can also take advantage of the center's chiropractic treatments, medical and cosmetic acupuncture, monthly memberships, and nutrition services.
Licensed chiropractor Dr. Mary Basler believes that true wellness is all-encompassing, and it requires all parts—especially bones, muscles, and nerves—to be in balance. Because of this outlook, she takes a whole-person approach to developing treatment plans for her patients, combining hands-on chiropractic techniques with nutritional counseling, lifestyle guidance, corrective exercises, natural vitamins and minerals, and physiological therapies. The success stories featured on her practice’s website speak to her thorough healing methods, with one client saying that she “[works] wonders by addressing all the obvious and not-so-obvious sources of discomfort and unease.
Kimberly Griffin takes a preventive medical approach by focusing on the root of her clients' problems, and she performs maintenance exercises to keep future problems from developing. This is one of the many philosophies she learned while earning her master's degree at the New England School of Acupuncture. Kim also holds a bachelor's degree in nutritional sciences, and has been working as a nutritionist for the past nine years. When appropriate, she incorporates dietary advice into her acupuncture sessions, which can treat conditions such as sinus problems, joint pain, anxiety, and the dreaded disco fever.