The Renaissance Health Centre in Las Vegas (RHC), a naturopathic care provider, is pleased to announce the addition of Aesthetician Joyce DeZarn to their staff. The newly-hired aesthetician boasts years of experience in the field and will be a welcome addition to the health centre’s team of experienced care providers. RHC hopes to make use of her skill and experience to continue providing the best alternative and complementary treatments to the people of Las Vegas.
Joyce DeZarn began her career in aesthetics in 2004 with a history in medical spas in Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada. She has since attended many advanced skin care courses and had training in the science of skin and how to keep it healthy and happy. DeZarn believes that the skin care industry provides the opportunity to keep learning, and that keeping up with available knowledge is key to being the best aesthetician one can be. Her passion for skin care makes her job an enjoyable experience, with each day being a brand new experience. Investing in good skin, according to DeZarn, is a benefit that lasts a lifetime—and taking care of one’s skin early can help maintain a more youthful appearance for longer and possibly avoid certain conditions later on in life.
The Renaissance Health Center is primarily known for Las Vegas acupuncture. However, the center also offers a number of therapies and treatments not found at most other clinics across the city. These include alternative cancer treatment, anti-aging treatments, homeopathy, peptide therapy, and over a dozen other therapies and treatments.
The therapy provider offers complementary and alternative treatments, which refers to products, practises, and systems that are not generally considered part of mainstream medicine. Complementary treatments are used alongside traditional treatment methods to help relieve symptoms and improve a patient’s quality of life during treatment, especially for diseases like cancer. Alternative treatments are methods that are believed to prevent, diagnose, or treat ailments like cancer. They are referred to as ‘alternative’ because they are used in place of proven medical treatments.
While doctors and other medical professionals won’t often mention or recommend alternative treatments, some may talk about treatments like Chinese medicine, acupuncture, hypnosis, and other devices and procedures that may help treat and prevent diseases—or ease the pain of those who are already suffering.
Some alternative and complementary treatments require the assistance of a trained professional. RHC provides these trained professionals and has helped a number of people find alternative treatments. People with cancer or any other disease that alternative treatment might be effective in treating often choose to use alternative or complementary treatment methods to relieve the side effects of mainstream treatment, find a less unpleasant treatment approach than the traditional one, take an active role in improving their own health and wellness, or simply because they prefer alternative, usually natural, treatment methods with no (or very mild) side effects.
The Renaissance Health Centre’s most well-known service, however, is acupuncture. Developed millennia ago in China, acupuncture is a complementary medical practice that involves stimulating certain points on the body, usually with a needle, to alleviate pain or to help treat various health conditions. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is believed that disease is caused by disruptions to the flow of energy, or qi, in the body. Acupuncture stimulates certain points known as acupuncture points or acupressure points, releasing qi which is believed to bring healing.
In a modern context, acupuncture is used to treat conditions like addictions, allergies, anxiety, arthritic pain, depression, and many others up to and including infertility and HIV/AIDS. It is usually a painless procedure. “A variety of sensations can be felt but I always tell my patients you should never feel pain,” says a member of the Renaissance Health Centre team. “Pain makes the muscles tense up and inhibits circulation. Not a lot of effective healing is happening when the body is in this tense, defensive, anxious state. You should be able to relax and just let the treatment do its work.”
Those looking for a Las Vegas Naturopathic doctor with years of experience and vast knowledge in the many fields of alternative medicine may visit Renaissance Health Centre, or visit their website to learn more.
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