Acupuncture and Asian Medicine
Based on balancing the flow of Chi (energy) through meridian pathways, Asian medicine includes the use of acupuncture and Asian herbs.
Various hands-on techniques for the skeletal system, muscle and connective tissue. These techniques include hydrotherapy, and the use of light, electricity, ultra-sound, massage, manipulations and exercise.
The use of plants for healing dates back to the beginnings of civilization and is the foundation of modern pharmacology. Plant substances from around the world are used for their healing affects and nutritional value.
Physical, emotional, nutritional and environmental factors affect health. NDs help patients to make effective lifestyle choices.
Based on the principals of “like cures like” homeopathic medicine was developed in the 1700’s. Minute amounts of natural substances are used to stimulate the body’s self-healing abilities.
Matrix Repatterning is a revolutionary new way of understanding, assessing and treating the body at the molecular level. People from all walks of life have benefited from this form of therapy including elite athletes, people who have sustained motor vehicle collisions and other injuries, and people of all ages with a wide range of health concerns. It has been found that structural imbalance may play a role in many of these conditions. This comprehensive system is based on sound scientific principles and is in use around the world. It can restore optimum function and help alleviate many painful conditions and other health problems associated with structural imbalance.
Clinical nutrition examines the relationship between diet and health. Special diets may be recommended, and treatment may include nutritional supplements such as vitamins, minerals, enzymes and other nutraceuticals.
Reiki is a Japanese touch therapy for relaxation and pain relief that also promotes healing. Reiki works on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels by restoring the lost balance between the mind, body and spirit.