In alternative medicine, it can be difficult to navigate what’s available and what actually works. But as insurance premiums rise, more people are opening up to methods outside the scope of mainstream health care, and these wellness entrepreneurs are helping that shift. They’re changing Columbia’s perceptions by taking modern approaches to ancient medicine.

 

 

 

Gina Butler, Acupuncture of Columbia Inc

 

Kim James, New Village Wellness LLC

 

Jill Allen, Reiki Integrative Healing

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