Doctor of Chiropractic Chad Keeney addresses the underlying causes of his clients’ discomfort to help their bodies reach optimal functionality. His chiropractic adjustments restore the body to its ideal alignment, and the corrective exercises he teaches further improve the effectiveness of those spinal adjustments. In addition, nutrition counseling and massage therapy help Keeney’s clients feel healthy, and lifestyle advice services help them avoid illness more effectively than going through life trapped inside a giant hamster ball.
Schluter Chiropractic helps patients find their healthy place with the musculoskeletal adjustments for which chiropractic is known. After a consultation to determine a patient's medical history and areas of discomfort, doctors conduct an initial examination and decide upon a treatment plan. Then, over the course of several sessions, they perform external adjustments to the bones that are meant to relieve pain and improve range of motion.
Before the treatment even begins, though, they put patients at ease with their family-friendly atmosphere. The Schluter family fills almost every role within the office, from the chiropractors to the chiropractic assistants to the office manager.
Doctor of Chiropractic Barrett Newton and the team at Alliance Chiropractic Center target aches and pains with noninvasive spinal adjustments and muscle-mollifying physical therapies. In the first 75-minute session, Dr. Newton uses a chiropractic evaluation that may include x-rays to determine the proper course of treatment for kinked vertebrae and jack-knifed musculature. The doctor gently manipulates the spine to attempt to restore optimal movement during a chiropractic adjustment, and a massage therapist, whose specialties include deep tissue, trigger point, and reflexology, enacts 30 minutes of stress-relieving muscle work on weary surfaces. Follow-up visits, which can last up to 45 minutes each depending on treatments, combine additional spinal alignments with therapies such as a hot-pack application, electrical muscle stimulation, and intersegmental traction, which works to return mobility to rusty joints.
Licensed massage therapist Timothy Hunter specializes in treating headaches, neck tightness, lower back pain, and stress through gentle and direct massage. Tim is adept at tackling overly tense muscles that cut off blood flow, hold in stress, and constantly wonder if they left the stove on.
At Active Approach Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Amanda Kilian preaches total-body healing through careful reeducation of the spine. Dr. Kilian and her staff use a variety of techniques, including manual manipulation, intersegmental traction, and electrical stimulation, to align the spine and the delicate bones affected by it. The resulting balance and alignment help bolster the body’s innate ability to heal and ease lower-back pain, headaches, and sciatica. The office staff can also augment treatments through B12 injections, acupuncture, and gentle, restorative massage therapy.
Your Titleist training begins with a 45-minute evaluation, which includes DVD instruction from Tracy Phillips, a professional golf instructor and—along with Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, and Brian Harmon—a two-time Rolex Junior Player of the Year. Then, a DVD of your swing will be sent to Dr. Tyler Bachman, a licensed chiropractor and Titleist-certified instructor. In a one-hour session, Dr. Bachman will do a full evaluation of your range of motion, core muscle strength, and joint stability to help you help your health healthen the health of your golf swing. Afterward, Dr. Bachman will give you your DVD so you can continue the learning process in the comfort of your own home or little-used cistern. Contact Tracy to set up your first appointment.