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Om-Based Care

Holistic Healers Reach Out to Underserved An annual report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that up to 33 percent of uninsured people are avoiding needed treatment for economic reasons. Lifestyle changes and natural remedies like yoga and massage therapy can be highly effective when treating conditions such as high blood pressure, depression or aching joints. ... Read More »

Practitioner Spotlight: The Reiki Center

Providing a Range of Therapies for Integrative Treatment by Susan Post Powerful work with a gentle touch. That is what is behind the Reiki sessions and other integrative therapies offered at The Reiki Center. Facility Director and Reiki Master Linda Haley has been helping clients heal for over 15 years. “I got into it the way most people probably do,” ... Read More »

Chiropractic Facility Opens Hilliard Location

Columbus Chiropractic and Acupuncture Centers (CCAC) have expanded, incorporating new treatments and adding another clinic. The new facility offers chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, functional medicine and additional therapies. Currently, there is a “no obligation” consultation for first-time patients. Dr. Bryce Arndt, one of the physicians on the CCAC team, is excited about the opportunity to provide more services and care ... Read More »

Columbus Wellness Center Welcomes New Practitioner

Beth Zigler, RN, has joined the staff at The Center for Alternative Medicine, a wellness center near the border of Columbus and Westerville, off I-270. The services she provides include craniosacral therapy, Reiki, herbology, detoxification and aromatherapy. Her journey toward holistic healing followed an injury she sustained during her nursing career. While recovering, she discovered Reiki. “I felt instantly drawn ... Read More »

Wellness Center Announces New Location

Renew Wellness has recently moved from Whitehall to Gahanna. The center was founded in 2012 by Anna Schott and Cassie Starinsky, two social workers with prior experience in mental health care and counseling. “We worked for many years in a traditional mental health treatment system, and found that mode of therapy was not enough,” says Schott. “We recognized how real ... Read More »

Holistic Institute Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary

The American Institute of Alternative Medicine (AIAM), an accredited instruction center for those seeking careers in massage therapy, acupuncture, nursing and medical assisting, is marking 20 years of education for the Central Ohio community by hosting a party from 3 to 7 p.m. on September 6. The event will feature a children’s area, live DJ, photographer, awards and more. All ... Read More »

Organic Salon Celebrates Second Anniversary

Love Yourself and Earth Salon and Day Spa, located in Granville, is a full-service beauty and rejuvenation facility offering plant-based treatments and organic hair colors. Services include hair cutting and coloring, facials, massage, and nail and waxing services. All products used in the facility are ammonia-free, formaldehyde-free, cruelty-free and vegan. Two years ago, founder Michelle Rivers began Love Yourself and ... Read More »

Pain-Free Pooch

Five Natural Pain Relievers for Dogs by Jennifer Kachnic Because dogs won’t always let us know when they’re hurting, some people assume they don’t experience pain the same way we do, but that’s not the case. Instincts retained from their wild heritage will generally prompt them to hide pain as a sign of weakness. The truth is that arthritis and ... Read More »

The Healing Power of Massage

From Body Repair to Reversing the Blues by Case Adams In 1886, Dr. William Murrell stated in the British Medical Journal, “Massage is of such inestimable value in the treatment of many intractable diseases that it is regretted that so little is known about it in this country, and that it is so rarely employed as a therapeutic agent.” A ... Read More »

Managing PMS

Alternative Treatments to Consider by Dr. Ruslana Kurpita Most women are familiar with the dreaded PMS, or premenstrual syndrome. According to current statistics, this unpleasant condition affects approximately 40 percent of menstruating women. PMS has many symptoms, including bloating, cramps, acne, back pain, mood swings, sugar cravings, tender breasts, water retention, difficulty sleeping, and headaches. These symptoms are often severe ... Read More »

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