Health Matters supplies the best specialists in alternative medicine at their practice in Bath.
If you're curious about the alternative services that this clinic has to offer, such as aromatherapy and reiki, give them a call today.
Curious about acupuncture? Try a professional service at Health Matters and reap the benefits.
The alternative methods used by the doctors at Health Matters have produced great results in their patients. Call to find out more.
The chiropractors at Pushies Chiropractic Clinic in Williamston can reduce your pain with quality care and treatment.
For beneficial and effective alternative medical services, check out this chiropractor.
For minor (or major) spinal adjustments, the chiropractic care at Pushies Chiropractic Clinic is top-notch.
As a naturopathic doctor, lifestyle coach, and aesthetician, Nikki M. Bowles might cater to a client's pores one moment, and to another client's qi the next. No matter what she's addressing, however, she takes a holistic approach—one that relies on natural products such as herbs and essential oils. Her focus on the spiritual as well as the physical means that she doesn't refer to her business as a spa, but as a sanctuary. There, she and her staff perform services from energy healing to lymph drainage massages to facials. They also schedule feng shui consultations, which help bring positive energy to homes more effectively than drawing a smiley face on the mirror every time it steams up.
Both of the doctors of chiropractic at Okemos Family Chiropractic can attest to the benefits of chiropractic care. Dr. Craig Heinrich says it has alleviated his back pain and boosted his overall health, and Dr. Kirby Perrault notes that his wife’s spine has restrengthened after years of instability. They treat a laundry list of chronic pains, including carpal tunnel, slipped disks, tennis elbow, and pogo-stick ankle. After a consultation, they prescribe the proper treatment from a list of techniques including traditional spinal adjustments, massage therapy, and detoxifying footbaths.
At Three Mountains Wellness, LLC, Liz Billings uses a holistic approach to treat patients. After studying advanced Oriental medicine in Korea, Liz obtained a certification from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, which she uses to diagnose and treat patients afflicted with a variety of problems. She combines Oriental medicine as well as acupuncture with other approaches such as nutrition, exercise, and proper sleep habits to help clients overcome difficulty with chronic pain, memory loss, stress, anxiety, and depression.
Resident massage therapist Alicia Bruce frees her clients from long-held tension during private sessions. Her carefully trained fingers ease aches during relaxing Swedish massages and precisely place heated basalt stones during hot-stone massages to warm deep-seated muscles that are sore from their owners posing as Atlas. Reflexology sessions focus on trigger points in the hands and feet, working to release congestion throughout the body and stimulate circulation. Alicia also packages massage sessions with spa services such as mani-pedis or facials to create an afternoon of pampering.