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CranioSacral Therapy Massage Therapists in 95630
"I bring a unique blend of expertise and a personal understanding of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, stress and anxiety disorders, TMJ, headaches, chronic pain, fatigue and illness, as well as a deep commitment to supporting personal growth, emotional healing and authentic living. I take a gentle, compassionate holistic approach, helping to support client centered health and wellness on all levels. As well as using profound techniques to facilitate and enhance intrinsic balance and harmony, much of the healing is guided by the inner wisdom of the client and the body's inherent ability to self heal."
"As an RN and CMT, I use holistic bodywork for healing, pain relief and life balance. Myofascial Release (John F. Barnes approach) is used with massage, craniosacral therapy and lymphatic drainage. Specialties include women's health, sports, surgical support, pregnancy, postpartum, fertility and lymphatic drainage. My work starts when Western medicine doesn't work, Many symptoms or "female problems" that do not respond to medical or surgical treatment successfully respond to treating hidden soft tissue tension. Myofascial release effectively treats physical and emotional healing and is incorporated with each treatment."
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"Dr. Karen Pan has had 30 Years of experience after graduating from the Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and a degree Ph.D. of Oriental Medicine. Her clinical experiences and skills were passed on for three generations from China. She is a board licensed Acupuncturist in California, MD in China and Master Herbalist. She is also a participating Provider for Hills Physicians Medical Group."
"Dr. Brinkley completed her Bachelor of Arts at UC Berkeley, majoring in Integrative Biology. She then graduated from Bastyr University. While she enjoys general family practice, she has a special passion for working with women and children. Through additional training in midwifery she has gained tremendous experience in this regard, including a unique appreciation of the value and application of natural health strategies during and after pregnancy. This includes breastfeeding concerns, emotional changes, and physical issues following pregnancy. Dr. Brinkley provides well-woman care and helps women struggling with menstrual irregularities from adolescence to menopause."
"Anahata (pronounced "ah-naw-ha-ta") is a Sanskrit word meaning "unhurt, un-struck and unbeaten", refers to the 4th main chakra, or heart center, in the yogic tradition and is the seat balance within the body. The heart chakra is associated with the element of air also the sense of touch. The hands are closely connected with the heart chakra. A kind touch given out in a friendly manner is a sign of love and compassion. Massage is a great way to express love given through the hands from an open and balanced heart chakra."
"The goal of our offerings is your personal transformation both inside and out. In other words: we want you to feel amazing, free and in touch with your core as quickly as possible! Together we will identify where you stand and indicate the fastest path to where you desire to be in every area of your life. We will guide you along the way, practicing new ways of being till they become part of your DNA. Our techniques have helped hundreds of people create happiness, fulfillment, wholeness and aliveness. Now, we invite you to uncover your true health."
"Dr. Raithel has dedicated her education and life to learning methods of treatment that are proven to restore health and vitality. Revolutions medical group has made it a priority to create a business model that allows as much time as needed to treat a patient with the thorough medical care that they deserve. Dr Michele is a member of the AANP, ACAM, CNDA and OncANP professional associations. Dr. Raithel focuses on giving you back your health, making you feel younger, and more energetic while taking as little away from your necessary day to day lives as possible."
"Dr. Niki Young received her Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit, MI and her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Tempe, AZ.She understands every person is unique by their experiences and health history. She values the opportunity to get to know each patient individually, allowing her to work together with the patient to develop a treatment plan that is most effective for them."
"Before opening my own practice in Folsom, I worked at a busy acupuncture clinic for 4 years where we saw average 55 patients per day. It was precious experience for me as I was able to see and treat various medical conditions from the age of one-month-old babies to over 100-years-old elders. In Japan, acupuncture has been used extensively to treat childhood ailments. For youger childrens, I use special pediatric tools that developed about 300 years ago in Japan. Childrens, actually, respond better and faster than adults due to their sensitivity."
"I love working with people that want to get better and not only get out of pain but realize that Chiropractic can improve their body in so many other ways! I enjoy working with everyone from infants to seniors. Whether athletes or those wanting to feel better to lift their children and grandchildren. Everyone brings to the office a new experience and a great testimony of how much chiropractic has positively improved their lives! Injuries, especially sports injuries can be frustrating during the recovery process. Working on getting proper alignment in conjunction with functional training of the supporting structures will get you back to competition!"
"Dr. Anita M. Larrow received a BA in Biology and Chemistry from Bluffton University, Bluffton, Ohio. She then graduated with Honors from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Science (SCNM) in Tempe, Arizona. Throughout her medical training at SCNM, Dr. Anita worked with MDs, DOs and NDs in Arizona, California and Ohio. She challenged herself to appreciate the different medical structures, not judging one better than another but understanding each one's place in the treatment of patients. Dr. Larrow believes that the purpose of being a doctor is to help the patient and that is the bottom line."
"Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy and Medical Weightloss is for women that are looking for a more natural way to resolve chronic illnesses, such as type II diabetes, weight gain, obesity, heart disease, hypertension, elevated cholesterol, fibromyalgia, fatigue disorders, or stress related conditions, without prescription drugs and are motivated to resolve these naturally over time with guidance and understanding. Maryann Simpson has helped thousands of women to reduce the conditions associated with hormonal imbalances in her Folsom, California practice."
"As a licensed Naturopathic Doctor, my passion is helping patients create optimal health and happiness. Patients come seeking support and advice for concerns related to the prevention, treatment and management of chronic diseases including cardiovascular conditions, metabolic syndrome, CFS, gastrointestinal problems, migraines, hormonal and thyroid problems, ADD/ADHD in children and congenital heart defect lifestyle management. Statistics show that 7 of 10 deaths in the US are from chronic disease of which 70% are attributed to unhealthy lifestyle habits. Our Center partners with you to create individualized lifestyle medicine programs focused on taking personal responsibility over your health and happiness."
"Dr. Tompkins is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor with a degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University, a credible institution recognized internationally for its intensive Naturopathic Medical curriculum, research and clinical training at Bastyr Center for Natural Health. With a BS in Dietetics as well, Dr Tompkins believes that nutrition is the foundation to excellent health and strives to continually promote its importance with her patients. She practiced with Dr. Jonathan Wright, MD, a world renowned author, speaker and mentor specializing in the field of bio-identical hormones and nutritional medicine."
"As a student of Classical Chinese Medicine I practice all "four branches" of Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Tui Na, and Qigong. Historically in China it was considered the lowest form of medicine to treat the patient when sick. Payments were made to physicians on a regular basis until a family member fell ill, then payments stopped until the patient was returned to health. Dragon Rising Chinese Medicine was founded on the Taoist philosophies of longevity through harmony with the cycles of life. I invite you to experience the authentic mysteries inherent in Classical Chinese Medicine."
"Lin Pan, a board licensed acupuncturist in CA, has over 24 years of experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), including acupuncture, herb therapy, food therapy, and rehabilitation. She co-authored 3 books on gerontology, food therapy and TCM rehabilitation while seeing patients as a clinical doctor at the Clinic Department of Nanjing University of TCM in China where she graduated from."
"I work with individuals who want to address their issues naturally. The field of yoga therapy is very rich, much more than exercise at a health club. Yoga poses, breathing and meditation have different effects and can be used to address a variety of issues ranging from physical issues like low back or sciatic pain to physiological issues like arthritis and fibromyalgia - to name a few. Yoga practices can be a great mood leveler, imparting a sense of well-being. The integration of the body and mind through yoga, makes a positive difference on many levels."
"Most folks come to see me at the end of a long road of suffering and unhappy experiences with conventional care. And they are amazed at how all their health problems are a unified story. I do not treat one part of you with one thing and another part of you with another thing. I treat the center-point of your suffering. Whether you have allergies or auto-immune concerns, I need to know everything about you and integrate that into my understanding of your functioning. It is not just about diet or lifestyle or stress, it is about you."
"Dr. Hu graduated from the Shanghai University of Tradition Chinese Medicine (TCM), as one of the earliest females with a Ph.D degree in the field of acupuncture in China. She was Vice-President, the Director of Doctoral Professors, and Doctorate Advisor at Yueyang Hospital, affiliated with Shanghai University of TCM. She was a member of the TCM License Examination Committee of China. With over 25 years of professional experience, Dr. Hu has become an expert in clinical practice, education and research of Acupuncture. She has done clinical research for rehabilitation of narcotic withdrawal syndrome through acupuncture in China."
"Practicing Traditional Asian Medicine has been my passion for more than 30 years. Thousands of people have experienced relief from a wide range of conditions including neck and back pain, infertility, seasonal allergies, digestive problems, fibromyalgia and much more. My style is nurturing and supportive, as I believe that empathic listening is part of the healing process. I try to meet patients where they are in their healing journey and do what is necessary to help them get to where they'd like to be. It is my goal to help create independence and wellness, not dependence on a practitioner."