Technology from Asyra is at the heart of much of the work at North Laguna Wellness Center. The devices can help identify not just symptoms, but underlying medical issues behind allergies and other troubles. Dr. Hank Williams is behind all of that technology, though, helping talk patients towards their physical and mental goals. He can also oversee more hands-on chiropractic treatments. Those might work to treat back pain or tension. All of the clinic's treatments may be paired with plans for better overall living, whether that's information about nutrition or a guide to talking yourself out of a confrontation with a small-town rancher.
At DuCharme Chiropractic, Dr. Steven A. DuCharme helps clients whose spines are aching due to injury or trying to massage themselves. Dr. DuCharme draws from extensive certification and experience in the filed of chiropractic medicine, with a specialization in treating sports injuries. A wide range of treatments and modalities assuage aching backs and chronic pain throughout the body, with procedures such as mechanical traction, decompression, and hot- and cold-pack therapy.
David Housworth works in the same building as the stylists of BNV'd, who focus their energies on dying hair and trimming it into chic styles. Housworth, however, has his own agenda, and it has nothing to do with hair. Instead, the certified massage therapist works to soothe and loosen tense muscles and dispel bodily pain with techniques ranging from light-pressure Swedish strokes to therapeutic deep-tissue kneading.
Jeff Drake, a doctor of chiropractic, and Stevie Fieser, a doctor of physical therapy, combine their skills at Kansas P.T. & Spine Rehab to help patients find relief from pain. Manual spinal adjustments and corrective exercises alleviate sore backs, headaches, and numbness in limbs. They also offer nutritional counseling to help people reach total wellness.
The staff of Wichita Health & Wellness aid patrons and patients with a number of concerns and wellness treatments, including chiropractic care, weight loss, pain therapy, and neuropathy. The staff’s evidence-based chiropractic approach involves verifying all spinal disorders with x-rays, then developing a thorough treatment plan based on what they find.
Military Knotz Massage owner Heather Robertson and her team of licensed massage therapists tailor their treatments to meet each individual's needs. With soothing strokes and gentle or firm pressure, they dissipate pain and erase tension. Even those with the toughest muscle knots will feel more relaxed after their massage session.