A holistic, integrative approach to pain treatment works with the whole self so you feel better now and get to the source of the problem.

Jaw pain and TMJ respond well to integrative healthcare treatments that are holistic and work with the full context of the jaw.

Headache and migraine treatment at Ha.Le’ can help, often providing quick relief. More importantly, a series of treatments can change the baseline so that you get fewer headaches and spend less time in pain.

The process of healing takes time because we are not mechanical or fragmented bodies. Instead, creating health is about retraining the nervous system, which adapts over a specific timeline.

More effortless movement is possible, freeing us from daily aches and pains. Discomfort is not normal; it is a message from your body that it is time for support and treatment!

Most people experience pain regularly. This pain settles into predictable cycles and informs our daily habits, to the point that we often get used to working around it. We think it is just the price we pay for being active, or getting older, or having kids. This is wrong. 
The biggest barrier to treating your pain is how hard you are trying to ignore that it exists. 

What keeps you stuck and prevents you from reaching your health goals? 
Integrative health care can support you by treating pain, optimizing your relationship with food and exercise, reducing stress, and rebalancing the systems of the body to improve sleep, digestion, and energy levels. 

Low back pain treatments work with soft tissues and the nervous system to correct imbalances and address dysfunction. Bodywork, acupuncture, counseling, and somatics are all effective, and can be part of a comprehensive treatment plan to address the specific causes of your low back pain.

Restorative practices balance the effects of stress on the body. Stress serves an important role in keeping us alive through threatening circumstances, but it is also a complex biological response that is designed to be temporary and flushed out of the system when the threat has passed. Restorative practices are able to help with that after-stress reset.

Restorative practices use techniques that create space for deep rest in the body and mind. Often, the goal is to create conditions where tension can be released in layers, allowing the body to be held by gravity instead of internal force.

As physical tension releases, the heart rate begins to slow and the breath deepens. The nervous system begins to change modes away from stress and adrenaline responses. Digestion improves and the body sends more nourishment to tissues so that they can repair and heal. The more muscular tension releases, the more blood and oxygen is able to flow through the body.

Restorative practice also nourishes the mind. Deep rest resets the nervous system, which helps calm anxiety. Shifting the nervous system away from stress mode also decreases pain levels, as the nervous system is able to turn the volume down on the pain signals themselves.

Releasing stress and restoring the body and mind to a calm, nourishing state is a key to maintaining and creating health. Restorative practice can take many forms, including classes, bodywork, mindfulness, or other therapies. With enough restoration, we are able to prevent becoming locked into chronic stress patterns and the dysfunction they cause.