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“As a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition and over 15 years of experience as a registered dietitian, I have implemented specialty nutrition-focused programs for weight management, bariatric surgery, women's health, congestive heart failure, lipid management, diabetes and gastrointestinal disorders. My approach for behavior modification starts with each client setting their own goals and providing motivation to achieve these goals. I want to know what your thoughts are about food and the emotions that stimulate eating. We will openly discuss your nutrition concerns and develop a plan to overcome them.
“Nehal believes that no one food can give you all the nutrients that the body needs. Therefore, she promotes choosing a variety of foods and eating in moderation to achieve a healthy balance. She has always been passionate about working with families, especially involving children in these discussions. Promoting healthy eating habits at an early age builds a great foundation to guide them through life. The most fulfilling part of her professional career has been seeing the children grow from infancy to childhood.
“Jennifer Luan, MD seeks to balance the body and mind through gentle activation of the energy channels in the body with acupuncture treatment. By stimulating the body with needles, the patient's own healing mechanisms are activated, which leads to relief of pain, improved mood and better immunity. Aseptic techniques and surgical gloves are always employed.
“I am dedicated to the wellness, balance, and healing that massage brings to you. My focus is primarily medical and anatomy based, but most of my clients are looking for a massage to manage their stress levels or to work out little aches and pains. I have helped many clients with migraines, often while in the middle of having one and my schedule is flexible enough that if you require immediate attention (within 24 hours), I am almost always able to accommodate. I am able to customize any work you require, but ask for honest feedback when dealing with pressure levels and medical history.
“I listen closely to what you want from your session. This, coupled with listening to what your body tells me during the massage, creates an opportunity for deep healing. Research has demonstrated the benefits of regular massage and bodywork, but finding the right therapist who fits you is essential for the work you receive to be effective. Massage is a proven means of maintaining health and wellness, reducing stress and correcting chronic muscle tension in a world that is often overwhelming to our minds, bodies and spirits. Clients have described my style as fluid, nurturing, intuitive, precise and deep.
“Living in a society that focuses heavily on outward appearance, we tend to value each day by the number on the scale and the reflection in the mirror. However, embracing imperfection and body diversity is both positive and realistic. Andrea believes that optimal health begins with respecting yourself and accepting your genetic makeup. There is no such thing as a perfect diet, and it is important to have pleasure and satisfaction in eating experiences. Andrea wants to shed light on intuitive eating and being in touch with your senses.
“In my practice I combine both East and West with my Western-medical background; I use needles, cupping, guasha, pulsed electromagnetic frequency machine, and nutrition to reach balance within body. My professional interest is the painful conditions, digestive issues, PMS, migraines, emotional issues, injuries, and more. I began my healing career with interest in pediatrics; In pursuit of that interest I obtained a Medical Degree.I believe that mind is an incredibly powerful tool and ultimately most diseases stem from an emotional root. I realized that conventional medicine is not sufficient enough in healing such diseases.
“Open at Edison, Jersey City, Princeton and Freehold. www.acunj.com Insung Park, MS, L.Ac is NY, NJ and CA Board Certified and Nationally certified (NCCAOM) Acupuncturist and Asian Medical Herbalist. He holds two master degrees of Graduate school of Korea University and South Baylor University. His majors are Food Chemistry, Microbiology and Enzyme, and Acupuncture and Herbalogy. David (Insung) has totally over 35 years of experience working in the field of health care related food including more than 15 years of Acupuncture practice. He combines Acupuncture with other means such as Herbal Medication, Auriculotherapy, Cupping and Nutritional counseling.
“Since the establishment of my private practice in 1998, it has grown to become one of the largest in the country. I offer the latest cutting edge technology in herbal/homeopathic remedies. More than 6,000 patient treatments are performed annually by me in the Ba Gua, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Scalp and Ryodoraku styles of acupuncture. I treat patients for pain and organic problems and those interested in health maintenance. I attend continuing education courses taught by the most prominent scholars in the field of acupuncture, pulse diagnosis and herbal medicine thereby offering my patients the most advanced treatment to date.
“Kristen gained her experience with eating disorders working at the Medical Center at Princeton with the inpatient and partial programs, treating children, adolescents, and adults. Kristen provides individual nutrition therapy, family nutrition counseling sessions, as well as coordinated care with other treatment team members. Nutritional therapy is an essential part of recovery from an eating disorder. Kristen will individualize treatment for each person and work to create a safe environment to challenge disordered eating habits. Treatment will include menu planning, mindfulness, and normalizing eating patterns. Nutritional therapy will challenge distortions about food and the negative label that is on them.
“Yingzhe Li, a master acupuncturist in NJ and NY states, a medical doctor in China, has practiced Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, and western medicine for over 20 years, among which 10 years are spent in the United States. Currently she practices acupuncture and Chinese medicine in NJ. Yingzhe Li received eight years medical education in both Chinese medicine and modern western medicine from Henan and Guangzhu universities of TCM, and got strict training in internal medicine, gynecology, acupuncture and herbal therapy. She worked as an attending physician treating a lot of patients by using acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and western medicine.
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“Detox for the New Year and feel your best in 2014! I am a true believer in the power of food to prevent disease, optimize health and wellness and change the way you look and feel. Come in to Kiwi Nutrition if you are interested in life freeing weight loss, improved energy and fitness, reversing the side effects of chronic diseases, smoother skin, more restful sleep, improved digestion, or learning how to eat normally again.
“"I am passionate about helping my clients let go of dysfunctional eating behaviors while supporting them in creating eating patterns that optimize their health and happpiness.I specialize in working with children,adolescents,and adults-both men and women-who have eating and weight related problems including eating disorders: offering both individual and family nutrition counseling and guidance in a supportive, nonjudgmental, and collaborative style."
“I teach you how to view your eating habits through a different lens. My goal is to help you find the right balance of delicious foods that you look forward to eating daily. I am often able to help clients who have not found results elsewhere. This is due to my holistic and integrative approach which delves into behavior and exercise habits, medications, supplements, past and current dietary patterns, detailed medical history, chronic conditions, and lifestyle. In addition I have access to functional medicine tests for digestive, hormone, metabolic conditions which help pinpoint tailored treatment plans.
“Working with professional and amateur athletes for over 20 years , I have a good understanding of their pain endured during the injuries of training which have in some cases led to chronic pain syndromes requiring narcotics for their treatment. And through no fault of their own a dependancy and overuse of opiates has developped leaving them addicted to these drugs. I am helping them get off those opiates and get control back into their lives. Now I want to take it to a larger population of people with narcotic addiction whether it was from physician prescribed or recreational use.
“Where is health and healing? I believe it is in how we live our lives every day. The thoughts we think, what we say to ourselves and others, the pace of our lives has real impact on how healthy we feel. The guiding principle of Chinese medicine is nourishing life, living in accord with the natural rhythms of the Tao. This is the core concept of my practice and includes looking at how we take care of ourselves. I offer Acupuncture, Massage, Herbal Medicine, Qigong and Taijiquan, as very effective methods in bringing the body into balance and restoring health.
“Traditional Chinese Medicine is a medical system that equips practitioner with many tools to treat wide variety of symptoms. I see patients who come to the office for acupuncture treatment seeking help with all sorts of conditions; from very serious medical problems causing severe pain to mild discomforts or just prevention. My practice is a general practice that embraces treatments for pain, anxiety, stress reduction, fertility issues and internal diseases. As a general practitioner I discuss with my patients their unique health and well being related issues and participate in their healing process sharing the best of my education and experience.
“Franchesca Isaac received her Master of Science degree in Acupuncture at Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City. She practices three styles of acupuncture; Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Acupuncture Physical Medicine (APM), and Japanese Acupuncture (KM). Franchesca specializes in sports injuries and pain conditions, emotional conditions, migraines, women's health, and more.
“Located in the historic borough of Yardley, PA with a picturesque view of the Delaware River, Conscius Vita offers professional, grounded therapeutic massage, bodywork and complementary healing arts. The goal of each session is to help you step out of the day's concerns into a nurturing experience, giving yourself time to relax, releasing both daily and persistent stress, reestablish your presence of mind and rejuvenate your body's vital energy.
“The ideal patient is one who takes an active role in their own health. I enjoy working with people of all ages. I treat children, adults and senior citizens. My patients come to me with a variety of complaints and problems. I take pride in using multiple healing modalities to help my patients bring their body and mind into balance.
Medicaid Health Professionals
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How to tell if Natural Health is right for me?
Lawrenceville Health Professionals have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of symptoms.
Complementary and alternative health, natural health or holistic health is a non-medical path to well-being. It sees the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life as closely interconnected and balanced. Advocates typically use a wide variety of alternative practices, the most common of which include: Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Massage Therapy, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, and Physical Therapy.