Doctor of Chiropractic Shawn Sizemore presides over a practiced crew of licensed massage therapists that brings more than 40 years of combined know-how to Kentuckiana’s curative kneadings. Having spent his childhood in nearby Irvington, Dr. Sizemore brings a local’s charm to each appointment that, when coupled with his demonstrable chiropractic wisdom, sets his patients’ minds immediately at ease. When he and his staff aren’t massaging muscles to hasten the body’s convalescence from weeklong Simon Says tournaments led by snakes, their noninvasive chiropractic treatments work to realign disks and promote overall health. With its emphasis on holistic well-being, chiropractic care can prove effective in healing such diverse ailments as headaches, hip pain, poor circulation, and sinus problems.
An active member of the local healthcare community, HealthSource Chiropractic and Progressive Rehab‘s Doctor of Chiropractic Neil Langschied speaks and presents on topics such as fibromyalgia, industrial safety, and stress. He teaches people how to improve golf performance by adjusting their swing and informs them that continuing to teach the neighborhood kids how to slam dance will likely result in neck pain and stiffness.
He further educates patients at the clinic, showing them that a combination of chiropractic care and progressive rehab is best for targeting both the joints and the muscular system. This approach can relieve symptoms of a number of ailments, including carpal tunnel, migraines, and scoliosis.
At Wolter Chiropractic, patients receive top-notch chiropractic, massage, rehabilitation, and nutritional care to promote overall health and well-being without relying on surgery, drugs, or wishes. During your initial examination, Wolter Chiropractic's founder and doctor, Dr. Wolter, will review your medical history, feel your framework, and take x-rays of your bones to get a sense of your skeleton. After reviewing his findings, he will devise a treatment plan and proceed with your first adjustment.
While playing hockey at the age of 18, Dr. Shawn Martin began experiencing pain in his lower back. A natural athlete, Martin sought help from his family doctor, but found only minor relief from his pains. It wasn’t until his grandfather took him to a chiropractor that Martin found relief from his condition, as well as a new calling in life––to help others to live lives free of pain.
After studying at Palmer College of Chiropractic, he spent seven months traveling to Thailand, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Peru living as a local and delivering chiropractic care to hundreds who may not have had access to it otherwise. Today, his practice sees patients as young as 1 day old and as wise as 97 years of age, who seek out his staff's expertise in everything from spinal adjustments and active therapies to massage. Holding degrees in chiropractic and biology, and certified with the Acupuncture Society of America, Dr. Martin also enjoys educating the community through health classes and staged readings of his spine-theme haikus.
The bona fide bone and muscle experts at Shelby County Chiropractic provide service and care that promote overall health and well-being. During the initial examination, an experienced chiropractor—either Dr. James Stapleton or Dr. David Dahlkamp—will review your medical history, feel your framework, and ask your bones to pose for x-rays (if necessary) to determine whether or not they are filled with caramel. Based on the findings, the doctor will devise a treatment plan to address any issues. After the exam and planning sesh, either on the same day or during a separate visit, you can lie back and enjoy a relaxing one-hour massage from one of Shelby's on-staff massage therapists, who will make you feel as loose and limber as a marionette made out of chocolate pudding.
While lifting weights in high school, Dr. Stephen Graham injured his back. His treatment plan included trips to a chiropractor, and within a month of his first manual adjustment, the amazing results helped him realize that he wanted to become a chiropractor. Now at the helm of his own practice, Graham Chiropractic, he spends his days helping others find relief from back pain through adjustments, alleviating the pain of pinched nerves with computerized adjustment instruments, and through electrical muscle-stimulation treatments.