Though the focus of conventional medicine is most often to treat ailments after they’ve occurred, chiropractic care works not only to restore health but also to prevent future issues from surfacing. WellnessFirst Chiropractic employs a well-versed team of chiropractors, massage therapists, and acupuncturists who work to fortify patients’ abilities to self-heal, much like art teachers who let youngsters work with band-aids. In addition to redirecting muscle and spinal structures, the team works with clients during brain-based wellness services such as nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice.
Engineered and patented AirFeet insoles support the musculoskeletal system by padding the entire foot. The insoles?which can be worn with all footwear?provide isolated pockets of support for the arch, heel, ball of the foot, and toes. This full-foot system aims to relieve pain in ankles, knees, hips, backs, and, of course, the foot itself.
When Dr. Brian Green has spent more than 20 years working as a chiropractor, and spinal decompression and massage therapy are two techniques that he employs on those suffering from accident injuries, as well as on those suffering from sports injuries and work-related injuries. Yet, he provides more than pain-relief services, offering nutrition consultations and spot fat-reduction treatments that use a noninvasive slimming Lipolaser to sculpt arms, bellies, thighs, or egos with concentrated beams of light.
Avon Chiropractic and Acupuncture's James Keating, boasts not only a doctorate in chiropractic but a master's degree in acupuncture and a bachelor's degree in biology. With this level of education and experience guiding him, Dr. Keating effectively treats his clients while respecting their valuable time—acupuncture sessions last about 30 minutes and can be complemented by 15 minutes of massage.
At Meridian Chiropractic Clinic, Dr. Jeff Yoder and his team quickly and efficiently treat patients with traditional chiropractic techniques and advanced technology. The doctor uses the ProAdjuster, a computerized device that exerts a small mechanical force on the body and measures the response through sensors and software. Dr. Yoder also employs physiotherapies such as muscle stimulation and traction. Nationally certified massage therapist and registered medical assistant Amy Warren complements treatments with a variety of modalities, including prenatal massage, sports massage, and rotator-cuff release, which allows break dancers to more fluidly execute an arm wave.
Fluent in both Spanish and English, Dr. Richard James uses his multi-lingual skills to reach a broader base of crooked spines. He manually adjusts backs, provides massage therapy to calm unruly muscles, and dispenses customized nutritional programs for patients looking to eat healthier meals or only foods that begin with the letter B. His treatment plans also consists of vibration therapy and corrective exercises.