Our Second Floor Wellness Center
Massage by Megan Reynolds,LMTMegan is locally grown - born not far from Harleysville in Perkasie. She became a licensed massage therapist in 2010, and loves how she can 'help people move and feel better'. She keeps herself up to date with continuing education seminars and is always excited about learning new techniques, and has most recently introduced us to cupping. When not massaging, she likes to go out for Vietnamese food, ride horses and also enjoys reading. She shares her time with 2 nieces and a nephew. Since 2014 Megan has provided massage at Family Chiropractic to the delight of many patients. Her skills are beyond compare as she analyzes the area of concern and addresses the problems with multiple techniques to assist in the healing process. Time tested quality has proven wonderful results. chedule your appointment with Megan and all of the practitioners in our Wellness Center either by calling 215-256-8006. Schedule on the homepage of this website or speak with Jeanine when you are at our office for your chiropractic care.
Reflexology and Young Living Essential Oils by Nicole BencsikNicole is delighted to bring her enthusiasm and passion for health and wellness to Family Chiropractic of Lederach. A graduate of Mercy College, Nicole earned a B.S. in Health Sciences, and furthered her education as a Practitioner of Reflexology through Essential Connections. It is her mission to provide a safe place of relaxation, offering the body gentle assistance through reflexology and the use of Young Living Essential Oils. Nicole values the innate wisdom of the body and embraces the philosophy that when the body is properly supported it has the ability to naturally heal, self-correct and restore balance. Nicole is especially passionate about educating others on the benefits of essential oils and natural living and providing the tools to improve their quality of life. She is eager to walk with you on your personal health journey.
Acupuncture by Lisa GrahamLisa graduated from the Won Institute of Graduate Studies in Glenside, PA in 2016. She was inspired to become an acupuncturist after personally experiencing the benefits of acupuncture on physical, emotional, and spiritual levels. Lisa made the decision to leave a lengthy career in research and the biotech industry to begin the next chapter in her career. She followed her passion and returned to school because she was amazed at the power of this medicine and what it has to offer and wanted to be able to share this gift with the community to bring relief from pain and disease along with teaching their own strength to heal realizing their health potential. Through the use of acupuncture and other modalities (cupping, Gua sha, moxibustion, and electro-acupuncture) she helps people alleviate anxiety, stress, tension, tightness, joint and muscle pain, fatigue, insomnia, PMS, headaches, digestive issues, and so much more. It brings her a lot of joy to see someone move from a place of pain or disease to a place of feeling more healthy, balanced, and vibrant. In her free time, Lisa volunteers at the local food bank and hospice. She also enjoys spending time with her pets, friends, and family.