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& environmental medicine—that treat the cause of disease, rather than just managing symptoms.


TRIAD NATURAL HEALTH CENTER 214 E. Mountain St., Ste 105, Kernersville. 336-655-2832 Dr. Aimee Sheppard, ND, MsOM, LAc


Dr. Sheppard is a graduate of Bastyr Uni- versity and a Washington state licensed naturopathic physician, and a NC licensed acupuncturist. Naturopathic and Oriental Medicine embrace balance in the BodyMind- Spirit through diet, lifestyle, herbal therapies, clinical nutrition, homeopathy, acupuncture and naturopathic and Chinese physical thera- peutics. Achieving balance promotes health and wellness in the BodyMindSpirit.


NATUROPATHS


A VIEW TO YOUR HEALTH, PHMA Dale Kanterman, BCND 2309 W. Cone Blvd., Ste 20, Greensboro 336-763-2459


AViewToYourHealth.com


A wide range of programs to address: smok- ing cessation, low energy, thyroid dysfunc- tion, brain fog, emotional imbalances, weight loss, sugar control and much more! AVTYH utilizes body chemistry testing for nutri- tional needs, men and woman’s hormone and gut issues. We are trained with tongue, nail, sclerology, and foot glyphology analysis for indications of the inner terrain, and use various technologies to assist. See ad on page 22.


NATURAL PATH Jill Clarey, ND, MH, CNHP, NHC 3723 W. Market St., Unit B - Greensboro 336-456-4743 www.thenaturalpathwithjillclarey.com


In practice since 1990, Jill utilizes several modalities to determine the health of body tissues including Iridology, Dried blood cell analysis, Reams testing, pH balancing, neu- rotransmitter and hormone evaluations, and flower remedies. She looks at medications each client takes to be aware of contraindica- tions and depletions. She customizes diet & lifestyle changes based on imbalances found and teaches you how to read labels when shopping for healthy eating. See ad page 30.


PAIN TREATMENT


FORSYTH INTEGRATIVE THERAPY Marcelle Hammer, MA Ed.,CMS-CHT 1495 Rymco Drive, Suite 106 Winston-Salem, NC


www.forsythintegrativetherapy.com


Offering treatment for pain relief with your choice of 2 modalities – Hypnotherapy and Ortho-Bionomy. Research studies show that medical hypnotherapy is effective in easing or eliminating acute and chronic pain. Hyp-


336-768-7000


nosis is a natural phenomenon of deep re- laxation and focused concentration using the subconscious mind to change the fear-ten- sion-pain cycle to comfort, peace and relax- ation. Ortho-Bionomy is a body therapy that reduces muscle tension, soothes joints, in- creases flexibility and range of motion bring- ing an experience of deep relaxation. The session is done within the range of comfort & is highly effective in relieving acute or chronic pain. Release often continues after the session has ended. See ad page 9.


PHYSICAL MEDICINE


TRIAD HEALTH CENTER Dr. Jonathan Orton, MD, Joy Peterson, PA Dr. David Schwartz, DC, Dr. Everett Tucker, DC - 2311 W Cone Blvd #228, Greensboro 336-288-4677 www.triadhealthcenter.com


Offering pain relief treatment for knees, spine, joints, arthritis, carpal tunnel, sciatica, neuropathy, and more. Holistic and natural treatment methods, including Physical Medicine, Chiropractic, Functional Medicine, Rehabilitation Therapy, Regenerative Joint Therapy, and Amniotic Stem Cell treatment. We believe optimal health comes from pre- ventative and regenerative health care. We dedicate our practice to educating people of all ages how to live healthy lives, free from pain and illness. See ad on page 23.


PREGNANCY & FERTILITY MASSAGE


INNERLIGHT HOLISTIC HEALING & WOMB WEAVE 1386 Westgate Center Dr., Unit D, WS 336-306-9181 ph 336-831-5495 text wombweave@gmail.com www.wombweave.com


Womb Weave specializes in prenatal & post-


partum massage which is gentle therapeutic bodywork that focuses on the special needs of the mother-to-be as her body goes through the transformational stages of preg- nancy and the important time after delivery. Prenatal massage alleviates stress on weight- bearing joints and muscles, stabilizes hor- monal levels to help reduce stress and re- lieves depression; soothes and relaxes the nervous system to feel more at ease, im- proves general body tone, and relieves mental and physical fatigue. Postpartum massage is a nurturing and powerful part of a mother’s post delivery as it helps to release birth tension and realign the body. Bliss for the belly! Fertility massage is a unique and ex-


tremely effective special massage protocol that can help with conception support whether one is using assistive reproductive technology or those preparing or actively trying to conceive. Benefits of Fertility Mas- sage include: cleansing the digestive system; breaking up pelvic adhesions and conges- tion; uterus positioning; increasing pelvic circulation and deeply relaxing the body.


RETREATS


RIVER HOUSE INN & RESTAURANT 1896 Old Field Creek Road Grassy Creek, NC 28631 336.982.2109 www.RiverHouseNC.com


We are the perfect venue for relaxing get- aways, weddings, corporate retreats. Seek- ing adventure? We have that, too! We are nestled on the New River and can offer hiking, kayaking, canoeing, fly-fishing and more. Bring your fur family with you...we are completely pet-friendly. See ad on page 2.


Christen Duke, ANP-C


www.RobinhoodIntegrativeHealth.com Christen Duke, ANP-C


Christen Duke, ANP is a board certified Adult Nurse Practitioner with over 18 years experience in adult medicine. Using a natural, holistic approach, she encourages and assists people to maximize their health through optimal nu- trition, supplementation, and bio- identical hormone replacement. She continues to expand her mas- tery of other integrative issues. Christen’s goal for her patients is for them to live healthy lives feel- ing their best.


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