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Since 2002, Dave Vollmers has been helping to free patients of chronic pain or alignment issues by treating their mind, body and spirit as one being. He does this through myofascial release, a form of alternative therapy with a hands-on technique, which he became passionate about after growing frustrated with…
Santal Solutions’ flagship product is ASSURANCE BLOOD HEALTH SUPPORT, a dietary supplement that helps an individual maintain healthy blood sugar, cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Used as part of a healthy diet and exercise program, ASSURANCE BLOOD HEALTH SUPPORT helps stabilize and balance blood sugar, cholesterol and triglycerides in as little…
When Tom and Sally Schmidt finished raising their seven children, they weren’t ready to be empty-nesters. Instead, they made an unusual choice — alpaca ranching. In 2006, the couple purchased their current property in De Pere, Wisconsin — a 19th century farmhouse and barn sitting on 12 acres, which is…
My sister-in-law was diagnosed with breast cancer over ten years ago. Her doctor wanted to schedule surgery for the following week and follow up with chemo and/or radiation, depending on how the surgery went. She decided to have a thermogram instead and chose a holistic treatment. Within six months of…
Lamers Dairy is approaching its 100-year anniversary of operating in the Fox Valley. The fifth generation locally owned and operated dairy has its origins in 1913, when milk from the family farm was delivered to friends and neighbors by family members on their way to school. It remains a local…
Often mistaken as “just another hair salon,” Natural Tresses, after only three years in business, has cleverly changed its name to Natural Tresses Hair Extension Studio, the only exclusive hair extension boutique in Wisconsin. Natural Tresses started as an online business in 2009, and in two short years opened their…
Epic Fitness & Sports Performance LLC, a fitness studio in Wauwatosa, is setting a new standard in the quality of personalized fitness. Combining personalized and superior fitness coaching techniques, along with all the amenities and options of a larger gym, is a priority at Epic Fitness. Owner Brian Bankenbusch states,…
Martin is recovering from surgery. He is 68 years old and lives alone. While he is recuperating he needs help with bathing and getting his meals. His doctors say he will be on his feet in a few weeks if he maintains complete bed rest now. Martin needs care. Lilli…
Advanced Pain Management (APM) in the Fox Valley is known for helping members of the community relieve pain, but even more importantly, the team of board certified pain management physicians helps individuals regain their quality of life. APM’s comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach combines expert diagnosis and the latest technologies, medication…
An interesting thing has happened over the past several years. Consumers have spoken: we want organic! “Big Food” companies have heard us, and they certainly want their piece of the action. Organic has gone mainstream, and many people are shocked when they learn who actually “owns” the majority of organic…
Driftless Depot, an organic market, deli and café, is home to conscientiously sourced, high-quality, organic, locally farmed produce, meats, fish, cheeses and dairy. It is well worth the drive to Spring Green to experience such a variety of healthy options that support a sustainable environment. “We have received very positive…
The first thing you notice at Terry Naturally health food store in Green Bay is the light, open, welcoming space. Then it hits you: they have a lot in here! You’ll find nutritional supplements featuring the Terry Naturally brand and many others, gluten-free foods, natural shampoos and beauty supplies, goat’s…
North. South. East. West. Apparently in today’s world you can’t throw a rock without hitting some kind of healing center or a “healer.” Many of the healing modalities allow you to become a “Master” if you have a few bucks in your pocket and a weekend or two to become…
Your food probably travels more than you do. It takes the typical food item 1,500 to 2,400 miles to travel from farm to plate. A head of California lettuce shipped to Wisconsin requires 36 times more fuel energy just to transport than the caloric food energy it provides us. 20%…
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