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Journey to Your Best Self at Spirit Tree Connections

Spirit Tree Connections

by Erin Lehn Floresca Brandon Russ, founder of Spirit Tree Connections, in Latham, shares that his creative healing energy center is the culmination of his own journey. “It’s comprised of so many different aspects of my own awakening,” he says. “Spirit Tree is the part of my path for my …

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Championing Spine Health at AAC Family Wellness Centers

AAC Family Wellness Center

by Sandra Yeyati Doctor Michael Quartararo, the founder of AAC Family Wellness Centers (AAC), describes himself as the proverbial sick kid. At age 7, he began experiencing chronic ear infections, pink eye, strep throat and other maladies associated with what medical doctors diagnosed as allergies to grass, pollen, dust, mold, …

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Creative Health Solutions for Chronic Health Conditions

Jennifer Burke

by Erin Lehn Floresca Licensed Occupational Therapist (OT) Jennifer Burke, founder of Creative Health Solutions, in Albany, knows that when it comes to dealing with health issues, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution for everyone. She also knows there’s more than one way to accomplish anything we want to achieve. “Take mindfulness, …

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Jean’s Greens Puts Down New Roots in Troy

Jeans Greens Herbal Tea Works

by Marlaina Donato After 13 years, popular herbal shop Jean’s Greens is closing in Schodack and relocating to 225 River Street, in Troy, on September 6. “Our current landlord is expanding and needs the building,” explains owner Holly Applegate. “We are sorry to leave Schodack, but we’re also looking forward …

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Maccio Physical Therapy

The Staff at Maccio Physical Therapy

A 30-Year Tradition of Excellence and McKenzie Method Innovation by Martin Miron Maccio Physical Therapy, founded in 1986, is the only certified McKenzie spine and extremity clinic in the Capital District. The clinic will be celebrating 30 years in business in October. Owner Joseph Maccio, MA, PT, Dip. MDT, with …

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Fostering the Doctor-Patient Partnership

Andrew Garner MD

by Sandra Yeyati Family doctor Andrew Garner, M.D., calls his style of care “down-home cooking.” Unlike many of today’s medical offices with multiple doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners, Garner’s is a solo practice. “It’s just me, by myself, so you get better attention,” he says, adding that the only …

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