Wellness is a combination of good nutrition, appropriate exercis and health habits that reduce stress and contribute to a healthy lifestyle. We at Brahms, Cohn & Leb want to work with you in treating your orthopaedic needs and other health concerns to get you on the road to that kind of lifestyle. We now offer a personalized wellness strategy that is customized to your health needs and concerns.
Are you experiencing joint pain that won’t go away no matter what you try? You might want to consider acupuncture. Acupuncture has been shown to reduce pain and helps in the treatment of more than 40 health conditions including chronic joint pain. Molly Enders, LAc, a licensed acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist and Tai Chi instructor, is now scheduling treatments at our office in Beachwood.
Naturopathy is an alternative medical system based on the belief that there is healing power in the body that establishes, maintains and restores health. Naturopathic Doctors work with patients with the goal of supporting this power through treatments such as nutrition and lifestyle counselling, dietary supplements, medicinal plants, exercise, homeopathy and treatments from traditional Chinese medicine.
If you are looking to improve your overall health, our Naturopathic Doctor, Jerrica Sweetnich, ND, will consult with you regarding your diet, nutrition, and medications to customize a plan more suitable for you finding natural solutions to optimize your health.
Therapists manipulate muscle and connective tissue to enhance function of those tissues and promote relaxation and wellbeing.
Natural product supplements
Nonvitamin, nonmineral dietary supplements are taken by mouth and contain a dietary ingredient intended to supplement the diet other than vitamins and minerals. Examples include herbs or herbal medicine, other botanical products, such as soy or flax products, and dietary substances such as enzymes and glandulars. Among the most popular are echinacea, gingko biloba, ginseng, feverfew, garlic, and saw palmetto.
A mind-body practice that originated in China where a person moves the body slowly and gently, while breathing deeply and meditating. Many practitioners believe that tai chi helps the flow throughout body of a proposed vital energy called “qi”.
Yoga combines breathing exercises, physical postures, and meditation to calm the nervous systemand balance the body, mind and spirit.