Oak Park's Village Health and Wellness Center offers a peaceful facility for you to relax your mind and rejuvenate your body.
Whether you're looking for a short massage or a lengthy one, this spa has you covered.
Acupuncture could be a solution to many ailments. Make sure to check out this traditional Chinese medicine.
So don't let your injury get you down and call up Village Health and Wellness Center to receive the treatment you deserve.
Multicare Health and Wellness Center, is a multidisciplinary facility with a singular goal: helping clients lead healthier lives. The staff boasts specialties in a broad range of fields, from physical therapy to acupuncture and massage therapy. That means each client can find a treatment to address their unique health issues, whether it's pain from an auto accident, chronic ailments, back pain, or digestive problems. The multi-talented staff offers services that include kineseotherapy and pain management, detox treatments, massage and reflexology, weight-loss programs, and onsite diagnostic services.
Ixchel Muhlberger has at least two ways to treat each patient who walks into Mayan Moon Healing. First, the licensed massage therapist can use soothing massage strokes to increase circulation and ease muscle tension, not to mention relieve pain and even improve athletic performance. But for problems that massage can't help, she can call upon her background in Oriental medicine to provide acupuncture treatments, which improve energy flow and help promote the body's self-healing properties. Taking these two talents together, she can customize her treatments to address a wide range of problems, from anxiety and depression to chronic pain, migraines, and sleep disturbances. Though her massages and acupuncture treatments can help clients deal with all these issues, Ixchel specializes in orthopedic injuries, women's health, and pain management.
The practitioners at Colon Clinic & Wellness Center blend spa services with holistic health-care methods to banish stress and unhealthy debris from the body. Colon hydrotherapists bathe the intestinal tract in warm water to rid it of lingering waste, and ear-candling sessions draw wax and leftover magician's coins from aural canals. The acupuncturists on staff rely on traditional Chinese medicine to ease both chronic and acute ailments. The homey, wood-floored spa also facilitates a range of massages and facials to induce inner and outer tranquility.
Colon Clinic & Wellness Center
The practitioners at Colon Clinic and Wellness Center blend spa services with holistic health-care methods to banish stress and unhealthy debris from the body. Colon hydrotherapists bathe the intestinal tract in warm water to rid it of lingering waste, and ear-candling sessions draw wax and leftover magician's coins from aural canals. The acupuncturists on staff rely on traditional Chinese medicine to ease both chronic and acute ailments. The homey, wood-floored spa also facilitates a range of massages and facials to induce inner and outer tranquility.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We offer comprehensive Oriental Medical treatments at our office.
You will meet with our highly trained and experienced acupuncturist and receive a plan for treatment.
Acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, or herbal therapy will be prescribed.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
From my own health needs as a patient.
I found myself in the hands of Western medical care for my back pain, and nothing was working.
I went back to see my acupuncturist and in 3 sessions I was walking again.
What do you love most about your job?
Being able to take the time and truly listen to my patient's needs.
You will not get 5-10 minutes of face time with me then receive needles.
You will get all my attention during any session I provide.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
That I have the touch of an angel.
While working as a radiation therapist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Lesley M. Heidrich met an anesthesiologist from Children's Memorial Hospital who raved about the therapeutic affects of ear acupuncture on her young patients and, in some cases, their anxious parents. Intrigued, Heidrich attended Midwest College of Oriental Medicine and began learning about the ancient therapy. Now Heidrich is the one raving about acupuncture.
At her own clinic, she uses it to help people who are suffering from ailments such as pain, anxiety, and stress. She's also certified in the Vodder technique, which is a type of manual-lymph-drainage therapy, and Mei Zen cosmetic acupuncture, which can improve wrinkles and lift sagging skin, helping clients look young enough to order chicken nuggets from the kids' menu.