Health Professionals in Olney, MD
"At Olney Chiropratic Center we treat the person. We prefer to look at the body as a system and symptoms as the way the body talks to us. When the pateint is experincing back or neck pain, an extremity problem, digestive problem, hormonal imbalance or headaches we search for the cause of the dysfunction to resolve the problem and work with the patient to restore health. We use Applied Kinesiology as one of our tools to evaluate structural and physiological balance. We like the patient to be involved with nutritional, lifestyle, exercise recommendations to best reach the patients health goals."
"If you're looking for someone to help you sort through the fad diets and mixed messages you hear about food to find out what truly works for you and your body, then you're in the right place! I have been successful at helping clients significantly improve their digestion, lose weight, and say goodbye to chronic symptoms - and I can help you feel better too!"
"To heal our bodies, we must first heal our lives. We must explore our own belief systems and uncover the ones that have been limiting our growth. We must give up our role as victims of circumstance and accept our current state completely in order to move forward. We must recognize the choice we have in our lives and begin making powerful decisions in a new direction. Crisis will tear us down so that we can rebuild ourselves from the foundation up. We don't have to wait for crisis to hit our lives to start rebuilding our foundation."
"As your practitioner I will guide you on your journey in finding your inner healer. Together we will listen and nourish your path towards health and wellness. We will respect your body's opinion of how you live your life and allow innate healing because your body wants to be well."
"I bring to my practice compassion and knowledge based on my background as an R.N. and the many classes I have taken since graduating from Massage School. I respect my clients' abilities to help themselves, so I utilize a team approach in my work to help them back to health and easier movement. I love to teach and believe clients progress faster if they know more about their bodies and how to help themselves. I have had a lot of experience with neck, shoulder and back problems. Recent training in Cranial-Sacral Therapy and Muscle Lymphatic Drainage helps to increase relaxation."
"Dr. Daisy Miller is a behavioral nutritionist. Behavioral nutrition bridges the gap between nutrition and psychology. It is the ideal approach for individuals who are ready to end their long-term struggle with eating and weight. Dr. Miller helps children, teens, and adults with a variety of eating concerns, including emotional, compulsive, and binge eating, eating disorders, and body image disturbances. Dr. Miller looks at the big picture and the underlying issues that are interfering with eating and weight normalization. She also offers sound nutrition advice. Diets aren't working out for you? Get help - call or email Dr. Miller today."
"Abraham Lim is Maryland Board certified Acupuncturist and Herbalist. He attended Korea University where he received a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. He received his Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from South Baylo University where he was honored with Clinic Award for academic achievement and outstanding services provided to the patients of clinics. He specializes in pain management (low back pain, sciatica, neck & shoulder pain), bell's palsy, stroke, headache, insomnia, depression, and powerful weight loss & detox program. He offers a comprehensive knowledge of health consultation such as lifestyle change, food intake, and proper exercise to patients."
"I believe in giving each patient my individual, full attention. Treatment sessions are generally 30 to 40 minutes, with a focus on restoring muscle and joint function and eliminating pain. Treatments usually include gentle deep muscle work, manual manipulative therapy, Pilates based rehabilitative exercise, and other physical therapies. I have great success in treating chronic myofascial pain (fibromyalgia), migraine headaches, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet (peripheral neuropathy), foot pain, and especially the chronic neck, shoulder and arm pain that comes from working at a computer. Of course, I treat sports and auto injuries as well."
"Victoria Goldsten has been caring for the sick since 1973. Her first health care experience was in nursing at several local hospitals and health care facilities. She later studied and became certified in: Homeopathy, Reiki, Lymphatic Drainage, Chakra Balancing, Acupressure, and Hypnotherapy. She has a B.S. degree in Nursing and a Doctorate degree in Homeopathy. She is currently practicing as an Integrative Homeopath and Massage Therapist in the District of Columbia and Maryland. She is Licensed in Nursing and Massage by the State of Maryland and Washington, D.C. She is currently working as the Director and a practitioner at the Washington Institute."