As a young man, Doctor of Chiropractic Korosh Shakeri was a rugby player, and like many athletes playing full-contact sports, he was subjected to a number of hard collisions. His resulting injuries inspired him to become involved in chiropractic studies. At Life Chiropractic College West, he focused his studies in neurology training. Today, Dr. Shakeri specializes in treating ailing athletes, including football, tennis, and soccer players.
At Berkeley Chiropractic Clinic, Dr. Shakeri’s services emphasize the whole-person approach. All first visits include a consultation to address persistent health or lifestyle concerns. Using this information, Dr. Shakeri and his staff can map a blueprint of chiropractic treatments, corrective exercises, or nutritional counseling to treat these issues. In addition, massage-therapy treatments aim to alleviate muscle pain and swelling and help people to recover from athletic injuries and gigs as a grand-piano mover.
They say the body is a temple, but treating it like one is a challenge. The chiropractors, sports-medicine practitioners, and physical therapists at Innersport Chiropractic help keep active bodies in top shape by providing holistic healing and preventive services. By conducting client histories and video analyses of athletes in motion, the team can determine the underlying causes of muscle pain or help athletes train to compete at a higher level. Massages and adjustments are also at the core of the center's practices, helping active people get back on their feet without medicine or surgery.
A simple adjustment of one’s spine can affect the entire body. Migraines dissipate, lower-back pain starts to melt away, and even arthritic joints begin to feel better. Routine adjustments help keep pain in check, almost as well as wearing clothes made only out of bubble wrap. At The Joint, experienced chiropractors work out subluxations and rectify spines with their walk-in services, caring for regular exercisers, athletes, and anyone experiencing bodily pain or limited function.
The skilled team of spine aligners at HealthFit nurse broken-down backbones back to full health with holistic, whole-body services. Address skeletal sufferings during a private consultation, which covers individual health needs and possible chiropractic solutions. Next, choose between Swedish and deep-tissue modalities to enjoy an hour-long massage that will help improve posture and release the unhealthy buildup of lactic acid like a sneeze releases melancholic pressure from the spleen.
When he opened his wellness center after seven years of practice and even more years of dreaming, Elon Bartlett, D.C. wanted his office to be a family-friendly place. The facility offers easy access for strollers, and the bathroom hosts a baby-changing table, where parents can change their babies into independent adults. There are also toys and kids' books in the waiting room.
Acorn's welcoming atmosphere is a perfect pairing for its treatments, which help patients young and old find relief from pain through chiropractic care, massage, and acupuncture. The office also serves as a center for holistic prenatal services, including pregnancy massage, baby care, and breech prevention.
Doctor of Chiropractic Julie Orman—who specializes in treating pain in the back, neck, head, and limbs—believes many of life’s ailments stem from the spine. Because of this, she practices the Network Chiropractic technique at Piedmont Network Chiropractic, applying her listening skills to help address clients' needs. The technique is based on the idea that the brain sends signals to the spine and then the spine reroutes the signals to the rest of the body. If the signals are being blocked, perhaps by a dislodged vertebra or bear hug, Dr. Orman, D.C., gently corrects the issue to clear up any congestion. Similarly, her staff of bodywork practitioners supplies therapeutic touch by way of Swedish, shiatsu, and deep-tissue massage.