From the press release from the Center for Holistic Medicine:
West Asheville’s Center for Holistic Medicine celebrated its 4th anniversary by giving away $14,000 in free treatments, bringing on three new practitioners, and adding five new therapies! The Center celebrated its anniversary with a special that gave anyone who signed up during the month of April a free treatment. They ran this special to thank the community for their support and for voting them Best of Western North Carolina three years in a row. By the end of the month over 200 people had signed up, bringing the tally to over $14,000 in free treatments given away!
During the special Licensed Acupuncturist, Certified Herbalist, and Center founder, Nancy Hyton, was busy interviewing practitioners to expand the Center’s offerings. “Since I founded the Center four years ago I have become more and more aware of the growing demand for holistic therapies and a general trend in the field towards professional group practices,” says Nancy. In addition to Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Therapeutic Massage and Osteopathy, the Center now offers Nutrition and Lifestyle Counseling, Chiropractic, Biofeedback, Guided Imagery, and Reiki Energy Healing. She adds, “We are very excited to continue our mission of collaboration and quality care, rounding out the variety of services that we offer. The response the Center has been very positive and we wouldn’t be able to grow like this if it wasn’t for popularity of holistic medicine and the overwhelming support of our community.” New practitioner Ashley Pool, who does nutrition and lifestyle counseling says, “I am excited to join a team of diverse professionals who work together to provide the community with so many different, complimentary therapies all under one roof.”
About the Center for Holistic Medicine
The Center for Holistic Medicine is located at 779 Haywood Road in downtown West Asheville, 28806. It has been open for four years and has been voted Best of WNC three years in a row. The Center was founded by Acupuncturist and Herbalist Nancy Hyton who has a special interest in working with health care practitioners from other fields. In addition to Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Therapeutic Massage and Osteopathy, the Center now offers Nutrition and Lifestyle Counseling, Chiropractic, Biofeedback, Guided Imagery, and Reiki Energy Healing. The Center’s website is http://www.centerholistic.com