Miracle Wand Wellness Center Celebrates Grand Opening in Huntington Beach
(Santa Ana, CA) Rancho Santiago Community College District’s Orange County Small Business Development Center (OC SBDC) announced that its client, Miracle Wands Wellness Center, celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, June 1. The Wellness Center is located at 19671 Beach Blvd. in Huntington Beach.
The event was attended by the Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce members, as well as:
- Tim Whitacre - District Representative
- Office of Vice Chairwoman Michelle Steel – Supervisor and Second District, County of Orange
- Erik Peterson – Mayor of Huntington Beach
- Tina Figarksy - Huntington Beach Chamber of Commerce
- Paula Coker - Chairperson of Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce
- Kirstin Trabert – Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce
- Linda Nguyen - President Elect of Asian Business Association of Orange County
Miracle Wands Wellness Center uses thermodynamic therapeutic miracle wands – Australian quartz gemstones with the ability to hold and transfer heat – to offer instant non-medical, non-invasive relief from certain types of pain including:
- Chronic Back Pain
- Sinusitis Pain and Symptoms
- Arthritis Pain
- Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain
- Migraines and Headaches
- Knee, Elbow and Joint Pain
- Hay Fever, Blocked Nose and Itchy Eyes
Miracle Wand Wellness Center CEO and founder Lyndy Ngu developed the holistic “wand” approach to pain management while in her native Vietnam. “The therapy worked so well that people were seeking me out for treatment. I am thrilled to now have the ability to offer this therapy in the US,” stated Ngu.
The wands are currently in testing and trials by the Institutional Review Board. The Center will not only offer patient treatment, but will provide a site for the ongoing research of the devices.
“We are so grateful for the support of the OC Small Business Development Center,” stated Ngu. “The SBDC’s help with the Miracle Wand Wellness Center’s business plan and marketing efforts was instrumental in realizing my dream of opening our doors – and offering a new option in pain relief – to the public.”
About the Orange County Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
The SBDC has helped stimulate economic growth in Orange County since 1991 by providing small business owners and entrepreneurs with no cost consulting services, a wide variety of training opportunities and access to an extensive network of resources. Every year the organization assists more than 1,000 clients and provides business workshops to thousands of attendees across Orange County.
About Rancho Santiago Community College District
Santa Ana College and Santiago Canyon College are public community colleges of the Rancho Santiago Community College District, which serves the residents of Anaheim Hills, Orange, Santa Ana, Villa Park, and portions of Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, and Tustin. Both colleges provide education for academic transfer and careers, courses for person