Accelerating Recovery with Advanced Wellness Therapies
Wellness Starts Here
At Active Healing, we specialize in many advanced alternative therapies with the goal of good health and sustained wellness. With over 25 years of experience, the team at Active Healing has fine-tuned alternative therapy plans to optimize recovery and healing for individuals, including children.
How Active Healing Can Help You
Active Healing provides a range of alternative therapies aimed at improving health and promoting wellness, including services such as NeuroDevelopmental Movement®, sonic whole body vibration, detoxifying foot baths, audio-visual entrainment, and an infrared sauna.
ADD & ADHD
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What Patients Say
Both Sue and I have seen huge progress in Ben’s growth since we started the program in February. He has become very verbal and can now express himself and his feelings more clearly. He no longer seems to just script his conversations, but shares his thoughts. His eye contact and attention span have significantly increased, and his muscle coordination and fine motor skills are all coming along. We feel it is nothing short of a miracle.
At the beginning of the school year, Ben entered kindergarten. We had an IEP meeting with his team High Plains Elementary in Andover, and they were quite concerned about his skill levels, placing some scores as low as in the 2-3 year range. They even suggested medication for ADD. I am thrilled to tell you that at his follow up IEP meeting last week, they could not talk enough about his progress to the point that his primary teacher actually became slightly emotional with pride in his accomplishments. Sue and I have no doubt that this success is directly attributed to your program, guidance and direction. You were the missing piece.
It has been a lot of work and discipline to follow the routine you set up, but with results like this, worth every bit of it. Our biggest frustration is that no one ever suggested this therapy earlier, but we are thankful we found it and you now. The professionals were ready to just put him on medication.
As you know, we still have a long way to go with our Ben, and we are both very glad you will be there to help us. Our immediate goal is to have him score within the average percentile or better in his class when he takes his 3rd grade MCAS. I am sure he will get there.
Don and Suzanne B