Becoming healthy and maintaining wellness is a process that can be eased by engaging a group of experts. At the Apex-MD Integrated Holistic Wellness Center, in Glen Allen, a team of health and wellness practitioners provide a wide array of services for achieving this, naturally.
There is growing interest in sound therapy, an ancient healing technique that uses vibrational frequencies of sound to tune the body for optimal balance physically, emotionally and spiritually. It is gaining attention along with alternative and energy medicine, and is available in Richmond.
Apex MD Holistic Wellness has expanded over the past year, adding a variety of complementary medical and wellness services to provide patients with the most comprehensive care possible with a staff of nurse practitioners, a registered dietitian, a massage therapist and an esthetician, all working together to offer a full spectrum of care.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, the number one cause of death in the U.S. is heart disease, but we can live longer and better with early detection, healthy lifestyle choices and appropriate treatment.
With the New Year upon us, you’re probably mulling wellness resolutions and plans for 2017 such as eating less pasta and more veggies.
The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) recently issued a committee opinion that supports delayed cord clamping in full term and preterm infants.
Tension, if left unchecked, can cause eyestrain, blurry vision, mental fatigue, lack of circulation and elevated stress levels. One of the simplest natural and holistic ways to quickly relax the eyes and decrease eyestrain is the gentle practice of palming.
The state of Virginia has passed a requirement that all individuals performing massage services must be licensed through the DHP Virginia Board of Nursing. During 2016, all currently Certified Massage Therapists (CMTs) became Licensed Massage Therapists (LMTs).
At Agriberry Farm, pleasing the eye and delighting the palate with fresh picked berries and nourishing fruits is the first order of business. Beyond that, owners Anne and Chuck Geyer, along with their two adult children, Colleen and Pierson, are advocating for farmers, as well as helping young adults learn about the land, hard work and being fiscally responsible.