Like sophisticated spies in an action movie, Doctor of Chiropractic Jonathan Abel and his staff brandish a bevy of modern gadgets to accomplish their task. With flexion/distraction hand techniques and mechanical beds, they adjust their patients' spinal columns to nurture healing in misaligned vertebrae. Small, handheld adjustment tools enable them to relieve pain and move joints with low-force manipulations, and low-level lasers saturate cells to stimulate tissue repair. Additionally, Dr. Abel's knowledge of the Graston Technique gifts him with the ability to break apart connective tissues caused by repetitive movements with gentle kneads from a stainless-steel bar.
The staff at Allegheny Physical Medicine combines holistic treatments with state-of-the-art technology to improve patients’ overall health. Doctors of chiropractic perform gentle adjustments to correct spinal alignments with the aim of restoring function and the body’s ability to heal itself. To streamline figures, the staff shrinks fat cells with non-invasive Zerona lasers or diminishes cellulite through mechanical stimulation.
The doctors of Burnett Family Chiropractic & Sports Performance were all athletes before they became doctors. They each have an intimate understanding of the demands and tolls of physical exertion and have devoted themselves to helping patients manage and do away with pain. They offer a variety of chiropractic treatments such as hyperbaric therapy and spinal decompression. Med-spa services, including noninvasive laser-lipo treatments and laser hair removal, are also available.
At Pittsburgh Chiropractic, Dr. Carr runs the wellness gamut by straightening spines, alleviating pain due to injuries, performing physiotherapy, and counseling clients on nutrition and weight loss. Patients kick off their visit with a consultation and a thorough 66-point examination, during which the doctor thoroughly explores bodies in search of problem sources and prehensile Pegasus wings. A skilled technician then snaps two x-rays to reveal the inner goings-on among vertebrae to locate underlying ailments and to provide a visual record that maps long-term spinal health. Patients conclude their visit with a one-hour massage, wherein the massage therapist delves their dexterous fingers into muscles to work out kinks and locate pockets of stress with skillful, intuitive strokes. In certain situations, Dr. Carr may recommend a follow-up visit to discuss findings from the first visit.