Vail Valley native Laura Larson opens holistic healing office in Eagle-Vail
EAGLE-VAIL — Laura Larson, D.C., recently announced that she has expanded her company’s services to the Vail Valley, having opened an office at 51 Eagle Road, Building 3, in Eagle-Vail. Larson specializes in facilitating comprehensive, holistic wellness to heal and reach life goals for her clients through analysis of lifestyle, stress management, diet, exercise and structural support.
“We provide solutions for our clients’ personal and families’ health,” Larson said. “We help people find comprehensive solutions for pain recovery and weakness and incorporate ways to manage stress and weight, increase energy, improve sleep and improve physical performance to hopefully prevent further or future injury. It’s about getting past our ‘stuck’ spots that hinder people from getting what they want.”
Services include chiropractic, orthotics and insoles, applied kinesiology, muscle testing, facilitation and rehab, acupuncture and cranial sacral therapy. Other services are nutritional consulting, biocommunication testing and genetic testing.
Larson’s current clientele ranges from 9 days to 90 years old. Larson especially enjoys working with kids and athletes but enjoys the puzzle of anyone sick, tired, injured and stressed.
“My recovery and life-maintenance programs really focus on those who have a strong desire and motivation to work hard at healing themselves,” Larson said. “The client will have to work at this as hard as I do!”
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Larson moved to the Vail Valley with her family at the age of 9 in 1977. She graduated Valedictorian of her 1987 Battle Mountain High School class and was a state high school alpine ski champion.
“It’s exciting to return to the Vail Valley after several years of developing my practice in Colorado Springs,” Larson said. “I missed the small-town feel and outdoor lifestyle here and look forward to providing the high-quality wellness services that this community deserves and needs.”
For more information, go to http://www.drlauralarson.com. Appointments can be made by phone or texting 970-300-1987.