Forever Young MediSpa @Back to Health Chiropractic

Our story and family practice began over 15 years ago as Back to Health Chiropractic, located on the Southside of Indianapolis. My husband, Dr. Brian Green and I began with the vision of providing individualized health services, encompassing the whole body approach to wellness (Chiropractic, physical therapy, massage, nutrition, exercise & skincare).

As we grew, our patients requested that we expand to include medical services, such as: primary care and facial rejuvenation treatments.  Because we are committed to our patients and felt the desire to become their aesthetic and primary care providers, my daughter and I decided to go to college together to become RN’s / Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP’s), as well as certified Medical Aestheticians.   After years of education and wonderful learning experiences with our patients, we formed a medical spa several years ago called, Forever Young Anti Aging Center. 

It’s been a wonderful experience starting this business as a mother-daughter team. We’ve had patients cry with tears of joy, thanking us for helping them feel, and in their eyes, look better. We’ve had people drive from Chicago and fly in from LA just to have an appointment with us. It’s so rewarding to have such recognition from the office, afar, and locally where most of our patients are either health care professionals or recommended to us by them.

For us, it’s not just a facial, it’s being able to spend quality time with every client. Together we then develop a custom care plan to address their specific rejuvenation concerns, and long-term goals.

Our patients are the reason we’re here today. They are also the reason why we’ll be here tomorrow, and why our family of practitioners will continue to support them for all of their healthcare needs.

Aesthetic Services

Our medical spa offers facial services and rejuvenation treatments for clients of all ages, from teen to older adult. 

Services: PDO threads (lifting/smooth), Hydrafacial with medical grade peels/collagen infusion/hydration boosters, Microneedling, Mineral or Chemical Peels, Organic Green Power exfoliating facials (alternative to Microneedling), Botox/Xeomin, Dermal Fillers, LED Light Therapy, Customized Gold/Silver facials, and Hand/Arm/Body treatments.  

  Mother/Daughter Aesthetic Providers

About Christine

Christine Young-Green, RN, DNP-FNP (Graduate Student)


Education: AS Graphic Design, BS Rehabilitation, BS Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice-FNP (present)

Certifications/Licensed: RN, Microneedling, Hydrafacial, PDO Threads, Botox, Dermal Fillers, Trained: Facial treatments for all skin types.


Carol the Coach: Choosing Not to is a Choice

My mission is to inspire you into getting what you want out of life.  I am your Personal Life Coach and as you read these monthly columns (and I am sure you do), you most likely realize that my belief is you can accomplish anything in life if you put your mind to it.  My hope is that I teach you self-empowerment and the first way to do that is to change your thinking.   


Today, we are going to focus on your thinking. In a previous column you learned that “no” was a complete sentence and hopefully you are continuing to practice saying “no” without regrets.  I know it’s harder than you thought because it’s not natural.  Once you practice it, it really simplifies your life and teaches you to follow through with your inclination and not to people-please.  


This month, I want you to replace the word “can’t” with “I choose not to.”  This too will be a powerful tool in making your life different.  “Getting what you need” requires that you either change or fine-tune your internal dialogue so that you will feel differently about you and your choices.    I want you to shift your negative dialogue into powerful thoughts.  When people listen to their own internal negative dialogue it keeps them from reaching their goals.  In therapy, we call this “critical thinking” or “the critical parent”.  Your parents were typically well meaning in their attempts to protect you, yet they instilled the “what could go wrong” approach.  Do you remember your parents warning you to watch out for cars or not to trust people or to stay away from something?  This conditioned you to look at negatives first. 


When you find yourself saying or thinking the word “I can’t”, stop yourself and change the word to, “I choose not to”.  This gives you power. 

Let’s look at some typical examples:

·         “I can’t get over him.”  Replace it with “I choose not to get over him.” 

·         “I can’t lose weight.”  Replace it with “I choose not to lose weight right now.” 

·         “I can’t get up early.”  Replace it with “I choose not to get up early today.”

·         “I can’t find time to read or exercise or get away.”  Replace it with “I choose not to find time…”


You may be wondering how the words “I choose not to” empowers.  The word “can’t” infers inadequacy.  “I choose not to” presupposes that you can, but you choose not to today.  The mind is a very powerful tool and your thinking is constantly feeding into your sense of self-esteem and confidence. 


Let’s start out with the basics.  For the next week I want you to:

·         Stop yourself when you hear the word “can’t”.

·         Replace it with “I choose not to”.

·         Notice how different it feels consciously to make the choice not to do it.  


By working on this assignment you will be primed for the next step, which is to figure out how you will accomplish getting up earlier, losing weight, moving on to another relationship or finding time for yourself.  Next month you will be learning how to use thought stopping to bypass your negative thinking and reconstruct your critical thoughts into self-affirming ones.  Your power to change your life comes from changing your thinking!


Just remember I have never, in my thirty-six years of psychotherapy, met a client who could not achieve their goals.  I have only met clients who choose not to.