When Jill DeLeon decided to expand her chiropractic practice into a new 3,300-square-foot office, she found that she could fill that extra space by expanding her scope of treatments and converting certain rooms into balloon storage. So she put together a dedicated team of acupuncturists, physical therapists, nutritional counselors, and massage therapists who shared her passion for promoting holistic well-being. At Pure Health of Beverly Hills, the efforts of those professionals range from cutting-edge cryotherapy to millennia-old Chinese medicine. The core of the practice, however, is defined by its chiropractic care, physical therapy, and assisted-stretching treatments, all of which have a common goal of healing the body by targeting the musculoskeletal- and nervous-system complications that can cause chronic pain, restrict mobility, or impair organ function. Regardless of what method they use to address a client's needs and concerns, therapists put guests at ease by inviting them to relax in spacious private treatments rooms.