Summer Therapy Specials at Alive & Well Naturally
Teresa Lopez, LPN, of Alive & Well Naturally, is offering special summer packages on some of her new therapies. Options include a combination of microcurrent frequency therapy, OZone sauna and the Halo Bed dry salt therapy for $100 (regular price is $130). Customers can also choose the OZone sauna, combined with MediCupping, for $110 (regularly $135). Individual therapies available include a 30-minute OZone treatment for $50; microcurrent therapy for $40; a 25-minute Halo Bed dry salt therapy session for $40; and an hour-long MediCupping treatment for $85.
“OZone is used as a disinfectant, limiting the effects of virus, bacteria, fungi, candida, yeast and protozoa in the body,” says Lopez. “OZone is widely used for wound-healing and normalizing hormone and enzyme production, and to improve brain fog, reduce lymphatic congestion and inflammation, activate the immune system to deter abnormal cellular growth, increase blood flow and circulation by cleaning arteries and veins, and lower the risk of complications of diabetes.”
Location: 140B S. Main St., Thiensville. For more information, call 262-297-7070, email Info@AliveAndWellNaturally.com or visit AliveAndWellNaturally.com.
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