Never underestimate the range and skills of Darlene Holloway, who founded the Alternative Health Center of Cary in 1992.
Lymphatic drainage massage is one of many therapies Darlene Holloway offers her clients.
She is known internationally for her skill and understanding of the colon therapy process, and in fact was tapped as the International Colon Therapist of the Year in 2009 by the International Association of Colon Hydrotherapy.
A graduate of the Florida Institute of Natural Health and the Florida School of Massage, she completed extensive studies in naturopathy over a five-year period at the Trinity School of Natural Health and has, over several decades, become expert in related therapies such as structural integration, reflexology, and a variety of massage specialties.
And so it is not surprising to find that she is vitally interested in the therapeutic power of food. For example, she is a source for raw cultured vegetables for many of her clients. Continue reading
Ms. Holloway and her colleagues are offering many clients rapid, long-lasting relief for a variety of pain issues with a high-tech neurology biofeedback device called BEST, an acronym for Biofeedback Electro-Stimulation Technology, at her Cary, NC office.
Countless numbers of patients make clear they consider time with Dr. Darlene Holloway, a naturopath, to be a healing balm.
“A critically important part of what we do here falls under the umbrella term ‘Letting go,’” she says. In fact, she brings an exceptional range of training and skills to her work in the Alternative Health Center of Cary, which she founded in 1992.
Dr. Darlene Holloway, a naturopath and founder of the Alternative Health Center of Cary, frequently serves as a healing guide for clients who are facing or recovering from surgery.
“I have been a partner in the pre- and post-surgical experience for about three decades,” she acknowledges, “and I have become keenly away that a client’s attitude about surgery has a profound impact on the outcome of the procedure. So I encourage my clients to gather information and connect with internal resources in a way that will truly serve their interests.”