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Celebrating over 30 years, the Holistic Center at Bristol Square is the only office from Maine to Northern Virginia with Certified NIS Practitioners. The NIS method (Neurological Integration System) is a ground-breaking approach to healthcare management used around the globe. NIS identifies the underlying cause of complaints, ultimately resulting in the relief of symptoms!
Nowhere is a holistic approach more important and necessary then in the area of weight loss. When the body is out of kilter, it is hard to maintain the balance of many systems including the endocrine (hormone) system, which has a profound effect on weight.Read More
Whiplash can be described as a sudden strain to the muscles, bones and nerves in the neck. Excessive extension and flexion that occurs in a motor vehicle accidents can cause a wide range of injuries including sprains/strains, facet joint damage, disc herniations, and mild traumatic brain injuries.Read More
Fatigue is caused by the cumulative effect of different types of stressors that overcome the body's ability to effectively deal with them. The adrenal glands, one of our first lines of defense against stress, very commonly become depleted, weak or functionally exhausted.Read More
It may be more than Lyme Disease. Parasites and bacteria can enter the blood stream through a tick bite. Once Lyme Disease is either ruled out or treated, symptoms of parasitic or bacterial infection may continue.Read More
Amazing work. I have been seeing Dr. Bien and Dr. Goldstein for over 5 years. They have helped me with everything including a long-standing lung infection (that no lung specialist in Boston could figure out), a virus in my heart as a result of the lung infection, a concussion (cleared within a month thanks to Dr. Goldstein) and emotional work after significant loss. They are the first people I turn to for everything and surpass "traditional" medical practices by far. They treat everyone they see like family and I am lucky to have found them so close to home.