Though his roots (and sports allegiance) are planted in Philly, Dr. Tom Steigerwalt's path to chiropractic medicine took him trekking across the country. His time in Marietta, Georgia found him leaving Life University with magna cum laude status, a degree in chiropractic, and a beautiful wife named Kelly. From there, a one-year internship in St. Cloud, Florida instilled in him a desire to open his own practice and never experience sunburn again, and so he headed north to Avon to found Stags Family Wellness and help Ohioans live lives free of pain. Beyond alleviating back woes through spinal care and massage therapy, and providing peripheral neuropathy pain relief, his practice specializes in helping clients achieve total health through weight loss, and anti-aging treatments.
Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Tomshack founded HealthSource, a network of more than 380 practices across the country, based on his innovative treatment protocols and rehab techniques. One such trademarked therapy is his Progressive Rehab, which works to strengthen the area of the body that is causing the pain, rather than numbing it with medication or introspective lectures on mortality.
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Since 2005, Doctor of Chiropractic Jay-P Fite has been intervening in spinal troubles with his tried-and-true methods of chiropractic correction. When treating headaches, neck pain, and lower-back pain?the predominant source of patient complaints and roller-coaster-technician daydreams?Dr. Fite relies on the diversified technique, which requires manual thrusts of troublesome vertebrae to urge them back into place. His Thompson-method adjustments, meanwhile, involve cradling patients on a specialized table comprised of adjustable spinal supports, which afford greater precision and comfort.
Jeff Caldwell strives to promote holistic health and well-being in clients by employing treatment modalities intended to restore balance throughout the mind, body, and spirit. Polarity therapy is one approach, incorporating elements of Eastern and Western modalities such as ayurvedic medicine, reflexology, deep-tissue work, joint articulation, and stretching to support a person's natural healing processes. Jeff's attempts to alleviate chronic pain and discomfort aren't limited to polarity therapy, though. He can also use reiki, acupressure, and craniosacral therapy depending on the client's particular needs.
Licensed chiropractor Dr. Gary Van Skyhock steers the ship at Universal Treatment and Recovery Center, where he and his staff treat patients using a ?whole person" approach. Instead of simply treating individual symptoms, Dr. Van Skyhock susses out the underlying issues causing pain or discomfort and works to ameliorate these problems via chiropractic treatments and lifestyle adaptations or changes. In line with this thinking, the center offers chiropractic adjustments, nutritional counseling, massage therapy, and postural screenings to ensure optimal nerve flow and overall good health.