At Liringis Chiropractic’s two locations, Drs. Steve Liringis and LaTanya Bowman nudge pained physiques closer to ache-free existence with gentle chiropractic care, corrective exercises, lifestyle advice, and nutritional counseling. Dr. Liringis's first taste of chiropractic care came after he suffered a neck injury playing touch football and one of his teammates remedied the soreness with an adjustment. His continued fascination with the chiropractic field led him to graduate from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1979 and found Liringis Chiropractic in 1980. Joining Dr. Liringis in his fight against chronic pain, Dr. Bowman calls upon her experience in sports medicine to help patients achieve optimal health without having to swallow pills, eat a bushel of apples daily, or devour an entire treadmill.
Dr. Philip Mahan educates clients and corrects crooked spines with an array of chiropractic techniques. During each exam and consultation, Dr. Mahan reviews each client's medical history, current ailments, and grade-school report cards before taking x-rays, if necessary. Next, technicians concoct detailed reports with the ProAdjuster, which pinpoints any problem areas and creates computer-generated displays to facilitate accurate assessments and track progress during future visits. Clients can opt for a therapeutic massage session to address soft-tissue problems, muscle spasms, scar tissue, or simply to quell the ancient rivalry between muscles and spines.
The practitioners at Artists in Motion Massage Therapy see massage as more than a means of relaxation—they see it as a physical medicine that can help people heal and overcome chronic pain. Using Swedish massage as their baseline approach, they customize treatments by drawing upon tools from hot bamboo to infrared-sauna therapy, which eases conditions such as arthritis, adhesions, and being encased in ice by heating the body internally. For clients who would benefit from more in-depth structural alignment, therapists can refer them to Artists in Motion's resident neuromuscular chiropractic physician. Through this meticulous attention to each patient's ailments, therapists uphold the standards of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals.
In practice since 1982, Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Willen builds on treating spines with services that can help fibromyalgia, fight chronic-fatigue syndrome, and assist pro athletes in recovering from injuries. At Diet Triad, the doctor sets his sights on helping patients achieve weight-loss goals through a combination of education, detoxification, and exercise. Oxygen-enhanced workouts and whole-body-vibration sessions can obliterate calories and boost circulation, and seminars and one-on-one sessions with health professionals teach clients how to set their hormones into fat-burning mode. Ionic foot treatments pull out potentially harmful toxins, and supplements nourish the body's vital systems with healthful nutrients.
Jill White-Huffman specializes in a variety of massage modalities, including Thai, deep tissue, hot stone, and reflexology. Jill customizes every session to meet the unique needs of her clients, and her table is heated and hydraulic—like most cars with flames on the sides—allowing her to adjust as she sees fit. In addition to physical healing, Jill also facilitates mental and spiritual healing with other therapeutic services, such as marriage and family counseling.
Led by plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Gerald L. Truesdale, the team at Greensboro Plastic Surgical Associates aims to provide patients with quality care in a confidential environment. Dedicated to keeping all his patients informed, Dr. Truesdale personally meets with them to discuss their unique treatment plan and answer any questions they may have. Treatments range from facelifts and breast reconstructions to tummy tucks, facial fillers, and tattoo removal sessions.
Licensed massage therapist Joel Tull has been mending much-used muscles for more than 30 years, having utilized his skills at the Olympic games and numerous World Track & Field Championships. When challenged by tense-torsoed, languorous-limbed bodies, Tull responds by performing expertly executed 50-minute massages. Customers can stop in at the massagery and relax while multifaceted fingers tap into muscular knots and sinewy sore spots, relieving the aches and pains caused by moving furniture or wrestling professors for their knowledge.