Just like adults, children have bones, joints, nerves, and muscles that require care. Babies experience several physical milestones during their first year of life that place an increased demand on the neuromusculoskeletal system that increase the likelihood of injury and need for chiropractic adjustments.
Although its origins are unclear, the practical application of Reiki are the real focus in our modern age as a non-invasive form of energy therapy that serves to bring balance; physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, enabling the body to do what it does best—heal itself.
Acupuncture, which is more than 5,000 years old, is good for getting from illness back to health and then to wellness visits, which supply the proverbial “ounce of prevention.”
The nerves in our gut influence a large part of our emotions.
Feet that function correctly help the entire body to move freely and without pain.
Increasing testosterone in the andropause group can improve psychological well-being and mood.
Sunscreens that protect the skin can be dangerous to overall health.
Hypnosis is now used by an increasing number of people to gain control over bodily functions such as chronic physical conditions and pain.
We can help create success in the treatment room by the way we relate to a massage therapist, chiropractor, Rolfer, craniosacral therapist or other bodyworker, setting the stage for powerful healing, versus so-so results.
Once widespread throughout Europe and Asia, the practice of cupping is now limited mainly to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)