Focus PT - December 2019 - January 2020

SUCCESS STORY Holistic health products, which were often reserved for expensive online shopping or limited boutique releases in the past, are becoming more accessible as drugstores and big-box stores around the country jump on the holistic health train. Chains like Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, and Target have started stocking their shelves with notable holistic staples, especially those related to digestive and immune health. You can even find cleaner beauty and cosmetic products from brands like Burt’s Bees and Tom’s of Maine “We love the Focus Physical Therapy team! They are very professional, knowledgeable, funny, and caring. We love our therapists, Julian and Ming, who made a huge difference in just a short month in my daughter’s life! They were able to help my daughter move better and reteach her muscles to do things she couldn’t do since birth. These things should’ve been corrected many years ago, but no one cared until we met the amazing team at Focus PT! Thank you!” H olistic wellness is sometimes seen as an inaccessible form of care. Holistic treatments and products can be hard to find, but access to them should never be restricted based on location, demographics, or affluence. Thankfully, this problem is becoming less relevant as more stores begin stocking holistic products. Holistic Health Products for All Coming to a Store Near You

in many of these stores. Safer baby products, like cough syrup made with all-natural ingredients and diapers from brands

like The Honest Company, are being placed in the eyesight of more people everywhere. With this shift in availability, customers have more options than ever before when shopping for holistic care. These stores have an incredible opportunity to bring alternative wellness to areas that haven’t experienced it. Citizens in small, rural, or distressed communities where specialty stores and holistic medical practices are scarce can now explore more options. And if more options at reasonable prices result in healthier and happier people, then that’s great for us all.

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