Doctor of Chiropractic Jerrod Edwards became a chiropractor because of football. More specifically, as a sophomore in high school, he sustained a neck and head injury while on the gridiron that medication wasn't able to help. Eventually he saw a chiropractor for his pain and was back on the field the very next week. Today, patients come to see Dr. Edwards for similar injuries and internal imbalances, some of whom have been in auto accidents, and some with problems related to their spine and nervous systems. He uses three main types of adjustment methods in his practice to help ease pain, as well as a subluxation station panel of diagnostic tests that help determine individual patient spine health.
Dr. Nader Awwad treats a wide range of ailments at his clinic, 1st Choice Chiropractic. Since pain can strike anywhere, he constantly updates his roster of therapies to remedy nearly any malady, from vertigo to carpal tunnel. He administers crack-less spinal adjustments and spinal decompression or teaches his clients strengthening exercises to stave off future injuries. To augment the alignments, he also keeps a few massage therapists on staff to help patients rid themselves of stress, which if left unchecked can lead to heart disease, insomnia, and reenacting Gallagher routines.
The clinicians at Advanced Physical Medicine help clients whittle away unwanted pounds with safe, effective weight-loss programs. Supervised by medical professionals, the team designs programs suited to each individual’s health and weight-loss goals. They implement proven weight-loss techniques to help burn fat more efficiently, incorporating nutrition counseling, exercise, and vitamin B12.
Dr. Annette S. Allen adjusts spines to help alleviate neck and back pain in her clients. Her treatments may also relieve discomfort caused by migraines, carpal tunnel syndrome, and fibromyalgia. In her office, tall dividers and invisibility cloaks partition treatment tables and massage chairs for added privacy during appointments.
At World of Wellness, a team individually tailors a wellness plan to each patient, often offering complimentary weight-loss and wellness consultations to new clients. For clients interested in more in-depth therapies, visits begin with an in-depth diagnostic consultation, followed by a physical exam that helps the doctors better understand the patients' ailments and preferences. Doctors then construct a wellness plan, drawing from services including natural medicine, chiropractic work, rehab, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling.
Doctor of Chiropractic Robert Aldridge using his chiropractic skills and certification in acupuncture to lessen his patients’ pain, whether it stems from a bad back or severe allergies. Massage therapies and corrective exercises also boost patients' health, along with orthotic screenings.