The Specific Prone back adjustment eliminates awkward torso twisting, allowing chiropractors to realign spines with a gentler technique. The revelation is realized on a daily basis at Adjust Your Health, where the husband-and-wife team, Dr. Jeffrey D. Carter and Dr. Christina Carter, both doctors of chiropractic, use this progressive method to relieve many types of pain. After graduating from Cleveland Chiropractic College, both doctors gained board certification in physical therapy to maximize their therapeutic toolkit. They continue to broaden their repertoire with new procedures, such as needleless acupuncture treatments that use electrical stimulation to ease pain.
Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Leonardi learned how good biomechanics can bring about more precise putts and more dramatic drives at Blanchard Academy of Golf?an institution founded by a pro golfer turned chiropractor. Dr. Leonardi uses this expertise to get his injured patients back on the green and help those looking to hone their performance with fitness and conditioning tips, as well as swing analyses. He also addresses concerns for non-golfer clients, including backaches and headaches.
The purpose of Gulledge Family Wellness is to maximize the potential of our community. We see people that want to be healthy and feel good, and for whatever reason, they often don't; our mission is to help them do just that. Using the most up-to-date techniques, the family team at GFW can help you maximize your potential.
Dr. Tony Rostberg stands by his chiropractic care and acupuncture so strongly that he and his family frequently are his office's patients. His son Zack received his first chiropractic adjustment at a mere four days old to alleviate his spine of residual stress from birth—Zack eventually earned his doctoral dissertation at five days old. Rostberg himself undergoes treatments with acupuncture when facing illness, trusting his coworkers at Rostberg Chiropractic & Acupuncture to care for his body as he cares for others’ bodies.
Dr. Rostberg tells his patients, “It’s always easier to stay well than get well.” To help them stay in shape, he prescribes regular exercise and proper nutrition in combination with his treatments. He also readily adapts his methods to address and mitigate the specific health challenges of many an individual, whether they suffer from a pre-existing injury or an internal organ-related disease. Outside of actively treating health conditions, the doctor also hosts health talks and workshops to help his patients avoid complicating their issues through common pitfalls, such as eating medical encyclopedias to better understand their afflictions.
As the name implies, the licensed chiropractors and wellness professionals of KC Sports Docs place a special emphasis on healing athletic injuries. But that's not all they do. They also help clients from all walks of life maintain a healthy, active lifestyle with chiropractic exams, adjustments, and massage therapy.
One exemplary member of the staff is Dr. Steven Flanery, who has worked with Olympic athletes as well as the University of Missouri's football and wrestling teams. Trained in active release techniques that help break up adhesions, Dr. Flanery considers his job done only when he has fully eradicated pain. He and his peers at KC Sports Docs understand that the body is a single, interconnected organism, and they design their treatments with this in mind. Rather than waste their time checking the expiration date on each individual vertebra, they strive to promote overall wellness and achieve lasting results.
At Stephens Chiropractic and Wellness, Dr. Andrea M. Stephens and her staff use a holistic and natural approach to help their clients achieve wellness. A licensed doctor of chiropractic, Dr. Andrea uses chiropractic techniques to help fix subluxations of the spine, which can cause stress around nerves and lead to problems such as chronic pain, depression, and allergies. She also specializes in acupuncture and cold-laser therapy, which uses low-level lasers to help alleviate maladies such as migraines, back pain, and arthritis. Resident massage therapist Kaylee Spencer puts her expert hands to work treating patients with therapeutic Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massage, all of which include aromatherapy.