Natural Balance Integrative Health, located in Stapleton for 10 years, is moving to their new location in Eastbridge at the end of May. “We have been a part of the Stapleton community for a long time,” says owner and chiropractor Jessica Young, DC. “We absolutely wanted to establish a permanent family wellness environment in the neighborhood.”
Embracing holistic, nontraditional medicine, Natural Balance offers chiropractic, massage and acupuncture as methods patients may choose separately or in therapeutic combinations. “We frequently work with a patient’s physician to offer the best combination of traditional and nontraditional therapies,” Young says. Practitioners at Natural Balance are independent contractors working collectively to provide comprehensive care. Natural Balance will work directly with insurance companies when care received is a covered benefit.
Riverpath Counseling Colorado will rent and occupy space in the new building. A husband and wife counseling team, Alex Michaud specializes in marriage and couples counseling and Melissa Michaud works with women and teens. Both work with children.
Young says she had to make a decision when the lease for her current location ended. “I originally thought I would move to the Stanley Marketplace,” she says. But the construction delays at the Stanley pushed her to look at other options. “I decided building a new office in Eastbridge was a better choice for my business. I could actually expand to 2,800 feet and grow the practice.” Increasing its staff to three chiropractors, six massage therapists and three acupuncturists, Young says it just made sense to “go big—or go home.”
Building a new space also gave Young the opportunity to design it with her patients in mind. Incorporating a natural feel throughout, the office will combine high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a modern style. The building was also constructed to mitigate noise and offer a peaceful, tranquil place integral to patient comfort.