Impactful Techniques for Managing Anxiety & Feeling Good with Food

By | Events, Nutrition, Therapy

Join us for a presentation perfect for college bound students—Impactful Techniques for Managing Anxiety & Feeling Good with Food.

Thursday, July 19
6:30-8:30pm

$65 per participant

Going to college, whether around the corner or across the country, can be a very anxious time in one’s life.  We will share strategies for stress/anxiety management, as well as talk about how foods enhance how our brain works and how we feel. Students will learn about:

• Relaxation techniques for focus and creativity

• Strategies for calm confidence through transition

• Foods that improve our mood and give us the most energy

• Foods for individual benefits including alertness, better sleep, clear skin, and better digestion

• The knowledge of blood sugar “highs and lows” to manage your personal diet

• Plenty of ideas for snacks, dorm food, eating at the cafeteria and eating out on the run

CELESTE JOHNSON, NC
Nutritionist

Passionate about educating young adults about the power of food, Celeste’s goal is to empower young people to make healthy choices that will benefit them for a lifetime.   

REBECCA BERKE, BCH
Mindfulness Specialist/Hypnotherapist

Rebecca Berke has spent decades treating issues with stress, sleep, and weight management.

Before you operate, regenerate!

By | Events, Musculoskeletal Health

Stem cell treatments aren’t the future, it’s today! 

Orthobiologic regenerative injections may be an option for these conditions:

    Arthritis

    Knee injuries (ligament sprains, meniscus tears)

    Shoulder injuries (rotator cuff or tendonitis)

    Achilles tendonitis

    Plantar Fasciitis

    Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow

Join us for a question and answer seminar at Comprehensive Wellness, with our Director of Musculoskeletal Health, Nancy Rolnik, MD.

Wednesday, May 16
7:00-8:00pm

RSVP

Space is limited. Call (925) 464-3916 to reserve your spot.

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Spring into Summer!

By | Aesthetic Medicine, Events

Are you Ready to Spring into Summer?

Wednesday, May 23
6:00-8:00pm

Join us for an evening of wine, snacks, information, a SculpSure® demonstration, and fun!  Lighten, tighten, and brighten just in time for summer!

Join us for an evening of wine, snacks, information, SculpSure® demonstration, and fun!  The night won’t be complete without a chance to win a PicoSure® FOCUS skin revitalization facial treatment!

RSVP today!

Space is limited.  Call (925) 464-3916 to RSVP and book your Botox® appointment. 

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Join us for Mindfulness Mondays!

By | Events, Therapy

De-stress, Center and Energize your Mind and your Body

Comprehensive Wellness is pleased to be offering a four-class series of mindful meditation with board-certified hypnotherapist, Rebecca Berke. Rebecca Berke is a Hypnotherapist and Mindfulness Specialist who has spent decades working with the mind/body connection. 

Mondays, 10:00am-12:00pm
April 9-30, 2018

Registration includes mindful meditation recordings and all class materiasl.
Cost: $300 for four sessions

Tired of Type 1: Tips for Dealing with Diabetes Burnout

By | Diabetes | No Comments

Is type 1 diabetes getting you down? If so, that is understandable and even to be expected. How many other physical health conditions necessitate so closely monitoring every carb that goes into your body? Not to mention the constant blood sugar checks, insulin injections, endo visits, and the ridiculous comments from well-meaning friends. Whether you use pens, pumps, or syringes, managing type 1 diabetes is a full-time job. For children and teens with type 1 and for their parents, the challenges of managing the condition can be even more daunting. Continue reading via goodtherapy.org