Dr. Joel Osten promotes self-healing with chiropractic and acupuncture treatments that focus on restoring motion to creaky spinal joints and soothing irritated nervous systems. As an alumnus of Palmer College of Chiropractic and a fellow of the International Association of Medical Acupuncture, Dr. Osten draws on his extensive experience to relieve achy backs, neck pains, and cramps from human-bowling tournaments. While chiropractic techniques address skeletal issues such as misaligned vertebrae, acupuncture employs ancient Chinese wisdom to redirect energy with fine needles placed at critical pathways on the body. Dr. Osten encourages his patients to try chiropractic care before drugs or surgery and responds to patients’ concerns on his Frequently Asked Questions webpage.
With a chiropractor, physical therapist, and massage therapist on staff, patients at Integrated Rehab find relief from every angle. For back pain and other neuromusculoskeletal issues, the chiropractor manipulates vertebrae in an effort to relieve pressure on the nerves and realign the body. The physical therapist, meanwhile, targets the muscular imbalances that may be at the root of pain and leads patients through functional stretches, exercises, and disco choreography to get them back in shape.
Unlike conventional medicine, which focuses on attempting to treat disease once it occurs, Prairielands Chiropractic Clinic emphasizes improving your health in an effort to reduce the risk of pain and illness in the first place. Most people would rather be healthy and avoid illness, if they could. This is one of the main re
In high school, a football injury ravaged Cary Holl's lower back, causing him severe pain that no treatment seemed able to remedy. He turned to a local chiropractor for help—and the relief was almost immediate. Inspired by the immense weight lifted off his weary shoulders, Cary attended Palmer College of Chiropractic and devoted himself to helping others reach similar epiphanies in chiropractic. Now known as Dr. Holl, Cary works with his staff to carry out services to treat a variety of maladies such as general back pain, whiplash, or tennis elbow—the number-one injury of professional curling.
If Doctor of Chiropractic Jonathan J. Meylor ever needed chiropractic advice, he wouldn’t have to look any further than his own family tree. Dr. Meylor, a third-generation chiropractor with more than 30 fellow chiropractors in his clan, earned his degree at the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic, where he learned an array of techniques including the Gonstead, Thompson Drop, and Prone Specific. With his diverse skillset, Dr. Meylor seeks out the sources of his clients’ discomfort and customizes treatments to target their specific ailments, which can include back pain, allergies, headaches, and whiplash. As a certified acupuncturist, he also alleviates pain and treats conditions such as high blood pressure and dizziness with advanced acupuncture tools rather than needles.
Dr. Young and his team of health care professionals rehabilitate the body with strategies including massage therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, and nutrition. They've adopted the ergonomic stainless-steel tools of the Graston Technique to heal inflamed soft tissue and defend their clinic from ninjas. Dr. Young and staff spread their infectious healing to the community, where they support organizations such as Toys for Tots and the Red Cross.