Dr. Jeffrey L. Griffin, owner of Center for Natural Healing, in Doylestown, is pleased to announce the addition of massage therapist Maggie Bordagaray to the list of complimentary practitioners available through his office.
Bordagaray is a licensed massage therapist with over 20 years of experience. Her specialties include expertise in trigger point therapy, deep tissue, oncology and Swedish massage. Griffin adds, “Maggie’s level of expertise and understanding of the human body sets her apart from many massage therapists. She possesses a very caring and nurturing personality that instantly puts you at ease and open to her healing touch.” Continue reading →
EZLifescan was founded by Dr. Jo Ellen Halteman, a chiropractor in search of a safer, healthier method to monitor her own breast health—ideally one free of radiation and compression. Her answer came when she found medical Digital Thermal Imaging (DITI)—a safe and accurate screening tool with no physical contact, no pain and no side effects to the rest of the body. Continue reading →
Judy Roberson, BA, LMT, offers gentle health assessment technology and treatments using European thermography and brain mapping at Joy Integrative Medicine. The tests and treatments are designed to unlock and remove areas of toxic storage, both physical and emotional, to restore energetic flow and enthusiasm for life.
Dr. Denise Kelley and Judy Roberson, LMT, will open the doors to their new office, Joy Integrative Medicine, in Buckingham Green, Holicong, on June 2. Kelley and Roberson acknowledge that there are many paths to healing and they will work together with patients to create a personalized treatment plan. Services offered include whole body thermography, ClearMind, neural therapy, Matrix Regeneration Therapy, nutritional infusion therapies, body sculpting and detoxification.
Seeking to promote breast health while minimizing radiation and discomfort for women, family physician Andrew Lipton, owner of Narberth Family Medicine, added thermography to his already unique family practice in April 2011. “It was actually my wife’s influence. She told me she thought it was crazy to use yearly radiation on the breast when it is one of the contributors to developing cancer. We discovered thermography and felt it was a necessary addition to our practice,” says Lipton.
Jo Ellen Halteman, a chiropractic physician and founder of Halteman Thermal Imaging in Gilbertsville, discovered two life-long passions while attending Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, Missouri—her husband, Mark, and the importance of conservative, non-invasive healthcare that included nutrition. After graduation, Halteman, a native of Des Moines, Iowa, accompanied her husband to Pottstown, Pennsylvania. “Mark is a third generation chiropractor. When he told me that he wanted to join his father and grandfather’s well established chiropractic Continue reading →