At Central Chiropractic Clinic, patrons can acquire effective holistic care for the whole family, including babies, the elderly, and pet dragons. Led by the talented Dr. Rick and his ample back-mending experience, Central Chiropractic Clinic has been helping Austin stay healthy and limber since 2003. Focusing on whole body health, Central treats the cause of each ailment instead of merely masking the symptoms that present themselves. Each visitor will receive an initial consultation that helps assess health issues, followed by a thorough exam that pinpoints problematic areas. Included x-rays also provide valuable information about your bony frame and its layers of volcanic activity.
Licensed massage therapists, a health coach, an acupuncturist, a medical doctor, and a chiropractor comprise Longevity Wellness Group’s staff. Together, they provide patients with natural solutions to their chronic aches, including massage, acupuncture, gentle exercise, and spinal adjustment. Though many come in with similar pains, the staff tailors each treatment to the body’s unique needs, physical condition, and tendency to release a banshee scream whenever in child's pose.
Austin Spine & Therapy's main focus is to help clients overcome chronic pains and begin living healthier and more fulfilling lives. It's a tall order, so the team specializes in using personalized combinations of chiropractic care, physiotherapy, and therapeutic massage.
The center's chiropractors focus on structural alignment in particular, seeking out the wayward vertebrae or joints that run roughshod over mobility and hamper the healing process. With the help of x-rays, MRIs, and other diagnostic tools, the team treats symptoms as well as underlying causes. Interferential current therapy, for example, delivers tiny electrical impulses to the tissues surrounding sprains or muscle spasms to trigger the release of endorphins to get rid of pain. In addition to subtly massaging muscles, tendons, and ligaments, therapeutic ultrasounds can also help by decreasing swelling and simultaneously increasing circulation to pain-stricken areas.
But it's not all futuristic tech. Licensed massage therapist, Celest Siebenaler, works from a roster of modalities to customize sessions. She can oust chronic pain with deep tissue massage, ease the joint stress experienced by pregnant women with pre-natal therapy, and melt icy hearts with hot-stone sessions.
Mary Beth Eastwood never suspected that her chronic ear, nose, and throat problems could be traced to her spine. But when she visited a chiropractor on a friend's recommendation, she found the relief that she hadn't been able to get from antibiotics and other drugs. In fact, she was so inspired by the appointment's results that she resolved to become a Doctor of Chiropractic herself.
Today, Dr. Eastwood treats conditions like the ones she used to have, as well as back pain, neck pain, and migraines. She doesn't limit herself to caring for people exclusively, however—she also looks after the earth. Her office uses many types of eco-friendly equipment, such as cloth headrest covers instead of paper ones, and intake forms that are completed digitally instead of carved onto trees.
Today's Groupon gets you an exam, adjustment, and introduction to Pilates rehabilitation from Butera Chiropractic for $50 (a $150 value). Your spinal salvation will be tailored toward personal health woes including unhealable aches and past injuries, that is, injuries you will go back in time to receive, using the Pilates concepts of core strength.
One morning as Ann Marie was curling her lashes before school, the phone rang. Instead of putting down her eyelash curler, she held it in place as she walked toward the phone, but then tripped over a book and pulled most of her lashes out. Shaken and stirred to action by the incident, she began researching remedies and discovered permanent eyelash extensions. The event inspired her to open Princess Lashes, a beauty boutique where Ann Marie not only augments clients’ lash lines but also certifies other aestheticians in the art of extensions, an art that can be applied during tax season and when trying to make one’s child eligible for the NBA.