Both Doctors of Chiropractic Andrew Sands and Steven Schwartz have experienced first-hand the power of chiropractic healing. Dr. Sands injured his shoulder lifting weights at the gym and was rescued from intense pain by a nearby chiropractor. Dr. Schwartz, who suffered from crippling migraine headaches while he was in high school, only found pain relief after visiting a local chiropractor—not from traditional medical therapy or medications. Their experiences made them want to enter the field themselves so they could learn how to relieve pain and perform the profession’s secret handshake.
Now, at Whole Life Health and Wellness Center, they offer a variety of techniques that help others live pain-free. They take x-rays (if medically necessary), adjust spines, and offer clients sessions in their infra-red sauna, which uses radiant heat to loosen tight muscles and increase blood circulation.
His parents named him Sherwood Swartz, but Dr. Wu Dhi’s name change was not made in vain. A student of various Chinese medicine traditions, Dr. Dhi received several designations from each school; one such name was Wu Di, meaning “has no enemies.” A Tibetan lama, however, later changed that moniker to Wu Dhi. The addition of an h may seem insignificant to the untrained eye, but that little consonant is actually a prestigious honor indicating wisdom. Today, a practitioner of Chinese medicine for more than three decades, Dr. Wu Dhi helms Whole Life Health and Wellness, where he demonstrates his wisdom through a variety of holistic treatments, including acupuncture, herbal medicine, and body-mind clearing.
Doctor of Chiropractic Marc Weinberg believes that the only way to truly treat patients and alleviate their weight-loss and chiropractic woes is to get to know them. That’s why the 20-year veteran encourages every visitor to his office to speak with him in a one-on-one assessment, during which they fill out a comprehensive questionnaire and discuss their history, goals, and favorite medical-textbook publishers.
Dr. Weinberg also believes that health problems are often best solved with natural treatments and aids. So he realigns skewed vertebrae and adjusts spines to alleviate discomfort or other bodily maladies without invasive treatments. He also supervises weight-loss programs so that patients can learn how to lose weight without surgery, and combines the programs with natural body wraps and multiple pats on the back.
Many chiropractic patients enjoy the trademark cracking sound of a spinal adjustment, while others find it a bit unsettling. Doctor of Chiropractic Charles D. Helfeld?or Dr. Chuck as his patients call him?can do both. His traditional spinal adjustments deliver precision pressures that yield an audible crack as misaligned vertebrae snap back into place. But he also uses the Activator technique, which accomplishes the same feat without producing any audible cracks or internal monologues.
Coming from a family tree that had been sprouting medical practitioners for three centuries, Dr. Lev Sudakov has other people’s well-being in his blood. He founded Ocean Drive Chiropractic and Wellness Center in 2008 with the goal of helping his clients "get their lives back" through chiropractic care's potential to soothe chronic pain and other maladies. Drawing inspiration from his ancestors' tradition for patient-focused care, Dr. Sudakov harnesses the newest of technologies, such as Class IV K-Laser therapy, ultrasounds, and electrical muscle stimulation to treat his clients.
Dr. Sudakov uses massage therapy to banish stress, amplify the effects of chiropractic treatments, or soothe muscles sore from giving piggyback rides to Abraham Lincoln’s statue. His bilingual staff also offers nutritional counseling, helping everyone supplement the office's wellness-boosting treatments.
The staff at Le Mont Sinai Chiropractic and Wellness strives to impart their patients with lifelong health. They do this by treating chronic pain with chiropractic methods and massage. Previously, their treatment methods have quelled the aches of patients suffering from sports injuries, car accidents, work-related injuries, and other medical conditions.