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Hypnosis for Smoking Cessation
Quitting smoking can be a real challenge. But it’s one of the best things you can do for your health. Smoking is a dangerous, even deadly habit. It’s a leading cause of cancer. It also increases your risk for heart attacks, strokes, lung disease, and other health problems, including bone fractures and cataracts.
If nicotine lozenges, patches, chewing gum, counseling, and other smoking cessation methods haven’t helped you kick the habit, don’t give up. Hypnosis may be the option for you.
Lynn is a Certified Hypnotist who specializes in smoking cessation and holds a Masters in Physical Therapy. She is a firm believer in the benefits of a smoke-free life and enjoys working with patients to achieve healthy lifestyles through alternative and holistic approaches.
Lynn has over 19 years of experience in physical therapy in an outpatient setting. She graduated from SUNY Buffalo with a BS in Physical Therapy and earned her Masters in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physical Therapy from Long Island University. In 2005 she became a certified hypnotist specializing in smoking cessation through Smoke Free International and the International Hypnosis Federation.
For more information contact Lynn Spiegel at: email@example.com
Have you lost a level of mobility? Let us work with you to fight for your desired norm.
Physical Therapy (PT) promotes mobility, function, and quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, and physical intervention. We work with our patients to ensure they are making notable progress along their journey to recovery.
Our plans typically include the prescription of or assistance with specific exercises, manual therapy and manipulation, mechanical devices such as traction, education, physical agents which includes heat, cold, electricity, sound waves, radiation, rays, prescription of assistive devices, prostheses, orthoses and other interventions.
Together we can make strides towards your goals.
Please contact Manny Kim, DPT, PRC at: http://www.kintegrativept.com
A massage is more than a comfortable rub, it improves the way you function; mentally and physically.
Here are some of the benefits of massage therapy:
• Relieves Stress
• Encourages Relaxation
• Improves Posture
• Improves Circulation
• Lower Blood Pressure
• Relaxes Muscles
• Improves Flexibility and Range of Motion
• Promotes Deeper and Easier Breathing
• Relieves Headaches
• Strengthens the Immune System
• Enhances Post-Operative Rehabilitation
• Improves Rehabilitation After Injury
Please contact Ana-Maria Serrano, MPH, LMT at: http://www.hygeiatherapies.com
We understand how various pressure points throughout your body corresponds with your health.
Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands, or ears. Reflex points correspond to different body organs and systems, and that pressing them has a beneficial effect on the organs and person’s general health.
Typical symptoms to consider reflexology:
• Cancer treatment
• Cardiovascular issues
• Kidney function
Please contact Roxana Kiely at: http://www.peacefulwatersreflexology.com