Dr. Fred Silveria, a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic, has been gently adjusting patients and soothing pain for more than 30 years. Drawing on this experience, Dr. Silveria can find the source of back pain by probing the back gently by hand, using x-rays to identify imbalances, or asking if you’ve starred in a series of popular trampoline-accident videos. Once he has discovered potential issues, he draws on a range of treatments. These can include physical therapy and supplements to help strengthen the body or orthopedic supplies designed to counter the tiny imbalances in the feet that lead to back pain.
Certified colon hydrotherapist Dr. Barry Wachs, whose detoxing services have been profiled in Style magazine, clears and cleanses the body's lowermost tributaries through gentle irrigation. The discreet, hygienic facilities at The Colon Therapy Center include private treatment rooms and bathrooms, disposable plastic accessories, and plumbing that emits filtered water as pure as Snow White's thoughts. Dr. Wachs also helps clients rid their bodies of poisons with ionic footbaths, which employ ionic and low-voltage energy to banish internal detritus into the basin's roiling currents.
Doctor of Chiropractic Lance Clifton, a graduate of Life Chiropractic College West, has been a practicing chiropractor for nearly two decades. Over that time, he's built up a repertoire of nonforceful techniques that can help improve one?s overall sense of well-being and mend myriad injuries, such as any suffered from trying to do The Worm on pavement. Dr. Clifton?s knowledge extends past chiropractic adjustments?he also helps people improve their quality of life with health counseling, stretching, and exercise.
The trained therapists at Speech and Language Therapy Associates are dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with disabilities. Using custom combinations of speech, occupational, and physical therapies, the specialists work with individuals with sensory-motor or neuromotor dysfunction, apraxia, and autism, among other conditions. They even use alternative approaches such as music therapy and holistic integrative manual therapy to achieve the best possible results.
Often employed by athletes recovering from workouts or injuries, cryotherapy uses subzero temperatures to reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and increase mobility. During each session, up to four guests spend 30 seconds inside an antechamber cooled to -66 degrees Fahrenheit, then 2.5 minutes in a main chamber at -166 degrees Fahrenheit. Though the skin's surface temperature can drop by more than 30 degrees, the treatment's short duration keeps guests' core temperatures at normal levels. Upon exiting the chamber, guests move into an exercise room where they stimulate reparative blood flow by performing a 10-minute cardio workout or visualizing a grocery-store shopper sneak 11 items into the 10-items-or-less line.
US Cryotherapy provides necessary safety gear to keep hands, ears, mouths, and noses warm, and recommends guests come dressed in gym shoes and swimsuits. First-timers must complete a brief physical-readiness questionnaire, which screens for health conditions that may cause complications during cryotherapy sessions or attempts to gain part-time work as an ice sculpture.
For more than 20 years we have been providing our patients with fast, effective, affordable relief from pain. More than 4,000 individual patients receive treatment from us each year. Our friendly, caring, efficient staff will make every visit to Zorich Chiropractic a warm and pleasant experience for you and your family.