Living Tree Center for Healing

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Living Tree Wellness Center
Living Tree Chiropractic
Wellness Center North Royalton

“Your journey to wellness begins here. You’ve only got one spine. Take care of it with supportive chiropractic care. It’s your life…live it in health.”—Dr. Nigel Brayer, DC, PH.C., FIAMA, founder of Living Tree Center for Healing

Located in North Royalton, Living Tree Center for Healing offers an umbrella of services to help patients tap into their bodies’ ability and capacity for healing itself. These physicians help patients discover the root causes of their pain, disease and disfunction. Patients learn how to replace the unhealthy ways of life that are affecting them, with healthy alternatives.

Wellness services include:
• Chiropractic treatment
• Nutritional consultations
• Weight loss counseling
• Personal fitness training
• Acupuncture

Consultations for these services are free, and the doctors invite people to discover the difference holistic care could make in their lives. Corporate Wellness Programs are also available for small, medium and large companies focusing on nutrition, fitness and overall health.

Areas the treatments improve are:
• Neck pain
• Back pain ranging from mid- to lower back and sciatica
• Arthritis
• Immune function
• Digestion
• Mental clarity
• Sports and work performance
• Sleep issues
• Allergies
• Asthma
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Headaches

Smoothing Wrinkles, Revitalizing Skin through Acupuncture
Dr. Brayer also specializes in facial acupuncture, taking centuries-old principals and applying them to facial rejuvenation—smoothing lines and wrinkles, firming skin, shrinking pore size and smoothing scarring.

The treatment addresses the cosmetic effects on the face that are the outcome of many years of the skin adapting to life.

Acupuncture naturally re-creates the plumpness and glow skin often loses with aging by gently stimulating collagen, the cells that increase circulation and firm the skin. He does this with a two-fold approach, first using tiny acupuncture needles on specific points on the face. Then he uses a low-level photobiomodulation laser emitting near-infrared light to increase cells’ mitochondrial energy, so they replicate faster.

Filling in the “Missing Piece” of Traditional Medicine
Dr. Brayer became interested in chiropractic care when he was a college student planning on attending medical school. He experienced severe pain in his left knee and went to 12 doctors in three years who did not help him. He finally went to a chiropractor who immediately diagnosed the problem as damage to the growth plate resulting from a prior injury to his right leg. Within two weeks he was pain-free. That’s when he decided to become a chiropractor, to fill in the piece that traditional healthcare seemed to be missing.

Today, not only is Dr. Brayer director and founder of Living Tree Center for Healing, but he’s also a nationally published author of the book “The Stress Affect,” which explores why disease and aging occurs and how people can stop it.