At Cleveland Chiropractic & Rehabilitation, Doctor of Chiropractic Rachel Masterson and her staff take a holistic approach to pain relief. Their services include spinal adjustments, massage therapy, and corrective exercise routines that can improve strength and structural support. For pain that isn't linked to a sprain, a falling coconut, or a condition like arthritis, Dr. Masterson and her team schedule lifestyle coaching and nutrition counseling sessions.
As the head of Gamache Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Greg Gamache relies on a range of high-tech diagnostic and physical-therapy techniques—but bases all of his work on a belief in the 5 Essentials, an all-encompassing wellness checklist. By helping clients improve their mental health and nutrition, increase their oxygen intake through exercise, maintain their nerve and spine health, and eliminate toxins, he aims to alleviate the roots of their pain.
Dunlap Chiropractic & Wellness has been a fixture in the community for more than 25 years, offering its patients paths to overall wellness through chiropractic care, nutrition, and weight loss. A 1998 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Don Brennan oversees procedures ranging from spinal adjustments to Epic LipoLaser weight-loss treatments.
Throughout his decade and a half in the medical field, board-certified chiropractor Dr. Paul Porceddu has used a "whole person" approach to healing patients' aches and pains. And from his Ooltewah clinic, he continues this method of care, which begins with an in-depth consultation to determine the root cause of each patient's symptoms. From there, he crafts a customized treatment plan that may include such techniques as light-force adjustments to realign spines, corrective exercises to strengthen muscles, and nutritional counseling to support weight loss programs. The doctor also restores balance to bodies using bio-identical hormones, which mimic the chemical composition of human hormones the way a mime mimics people with real jobs.
To Doctors of Chiropractic Dyhr and Ellis at Lenoir City Chiropractic, the spine is more than just a curvy queue of vertebrae. Take the second cervical vertebrae, for example: if off-kilter, it can have effects on the brain, eyes, and sinuses. Drs. Dyhr and Ellis use any combination of eight techniques to realign spines at Lenoir City Chiropractic. They may devise a personalized workout regimen for clients with misaligned muscles and connective tissues or stifle neck pain or deflate disk bulges by positioning patients on the decompression-therapy bed. They also rely on spinal adjustments, nutritional counseling, simple lifestyle advice, and massage therapy from on-staff licensed massage therapists to mute chronic pain.
As soy candles fill the room with a soft, flickering glow, licensed massage therapist Christina Jo Benoit runs her hands along sore muscles in a custom routine that combines gliding strokes with natural oils. Tense muscles loosen their grip as she pores over limbs, backs, and shoulders and tends to each client’s individual complaints with therapeutic bodywork. When figuring out which techniques will best suit your body, Christina draws on her knowledge in various modalities: she can gently bolster circulation with Swedish massage, induce multi-sensory relaxation with organic essential oils and aromatherapy, or chill out babies stressed from rigid nine-month deadlines with prenatal techniques.