Alternative Medicine Practices in Fayetteville, AR
Comprehensive list of alternative medicine practitioners in Fayetteville, AR. Unbiased reviews, ratings and recommendations on local practices.
Acupuncture and Chinese herbology treats pain quickly and effectively. Has been proven to be very cost saving. Pamela Bayers, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac., Dipl.,OM, Dipl.C.H., received three years pre-medical training at the UA in Fayetteville and graduated with a four year Masters degree in Oriental Medicine At AOMA in Austin, TX. She specializes in infertility, autoimmune diseases, macular degeneration and pain
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We welcome you to a different approach to your health care. Chiropractic is the biggest growing health care today. Patients like you are tired of suffering with their health problems. Some of you are tired of taking medications to cover up the problems instead of finding out why you have the pain or the problems to start with. Some patients want to try something else instead of having surgery.
Acupuncture is a popular treatment used to aid alleviate back and neck pain. Tiny needles, about the size of a human hair, are inserted into specific points on the body. Each needle may be twirled, electrically stimulated, or warmed to enhance the effect of the treatment. Some 50 million U.S. residents live with chronic pain, experts estimate.
When prescription strength is not strong enough. Does your doctor spend fifteen minutes or less with you? Have you ever wondered if only the symptoms are being treated, and not the root cause? If you answered yes to either question then you should look into alternative medicine.
Gibson Chiropractic was established in 1993 by Dr. Jean Gibson. Chiropractic works by adjusting the spine so that there is better communcation between the body and the brain. Dr. Jean Gibson, M.S., D.C., received her bachelor's degree from SMU in Dallas, and her master's degree specializing in exercise physiology from North Texas State University in Denton, TX.