Doctor of Chiropractic Nate Miller of Spinal Rehab of North County doesn't strive to soothe bodily aches temporarily—instead, he uncovers the root of the problem and eliminates it via chiropractic methods. By lifting and lowering his treatment table, Dr. Miller can take pressure off of pinched nerves and achy discs during spinal-decompression sessions. Alternatively, cold-laser therapy sends soothing wavelengths into painful or arthritic joints. Dr. Miller's treatments can quell everything from pregnancy pains to workplace injuries to headaches to sports injuries.
As a seasoned runner who has competed in the Boston Marathon and extreme adventure races, Dr. David Free knows the frustration of pain. He specializes in sports injuries and helps heal and educate patients in order to get them back to running and jumping as soon as possible. Dr. Free and his staff use Insight Millennium subluxation technology to measure misalignments in the spine and digital foot scanners to detect imbalances in weight distribution in the feet. Along with back and muscle pain, Timpanogos Chiropractic can help devise a treatment strategy to combat auto injuries or carpal tunnel from giving too many “hang ten” hand signs.
At Mount Mahogany we use a synergistic combination of myotherapy (therapeutic massage), chiropractic adjustments, and injury specific rehabilitation exercises to treat everything from minor aches and pains, to debilitating auto accident injuries.
Dr. Chris Moore and his team of licensed massage therapists strive to soothe spines long-term through customized care, helping patients relax and rehabilitate. Whether clients are healing from an injury, dealing with stress, or recovering from another Kool-Aid-man house invasion, the experienced chiropractor takes a whole-body approach, evaluating bodies from the arches of feet to the top of the spine during a 10–15 minute consultation. The consultation will relay the best-suited massage methods and suggestions for possible future chiropractic care. Patients can begin to heal and de-stress during the customized, 60-minute massage.
"Health comes from within, not from a bottle." It is with this statement—emblazoned on his practice's website—that Doctor of Chiropractic Mark Aldridge sums up his medical philosophy. The bottle refers not only to medication, but also to invasive procedures prescribed for ailments that Dr. Aldridge believes chiropractic care is better suited to treat. Chiropractic medicine seeks to restore the body to its highest functioning state, with the belief that in this state, the body's ability to self-heal is strong enough to eliminate a number of afflictions. Through diagnosing and correcting blockages and misalignments in the body's nervous system and spinal cord, Dr. Aldridge seeks to relieve patients of a host of maladies, including chronic headaches, allergies, and painful bouts of human origami.
After graduating from Brigham Young University and Cleveland Chiropractic College, Dr. Aldridge spent nearly a decade practicing in Virginia before he and his wife relocated their family of four sons, one daughter, and one wisecracking alien to Lehi. His new practice affords patients parallel care in both chiropractics and massage therapy. The two fields share a holistic approach to treating health issues, and massage therapy further complements chiropractics by working to improve circulation, relieve tension, and reduce toxins in the body.
A young Dan Clark was drawn to holistic healing methods after witnessing the efficacy of acupuncture and herbal medicine against his father's Epstein-Barr virus. His fascination with the body's ability to heal itself and to fit inside a high-school locker encouraged him to study massage therapy and acupuncture, and he now guides the treatments he administers at his own clinic. With a repertoire of techniques that, aside from acupuncture, includes herbal remedies, cupping, and moxibustion, Dan aids patients in coping with a wide range of ailments, such as insomnia, headaches, and anxiety.