At MFC Spine & Sports, Doctor of Chiropractic Eric Murphy and his staff have more than a few pain-relief tricks up their sleeves. Their chiropractic techniques include the Diversified method, trigger-point therapy, and spinal decompression, just to name a few. For patients who want a second helping of holistic treatment, MFC's team also performs massage therapy.
Andi Kohn’s relationship with traditional Chinese medicine began as a patient wowed by the healing effects its methods had on her. The experience motivated Andi to become a practitioner herself, a dream the licensed acupuncturist has fully realized with Source Qi Acupuncture & Wellness.
With Source’s namesake treatment, Andi uses fine needles to stimulate the body’s natural energy, aiming to relieve patients of ailments ranging from digestive disorders to anxiety. She complements acupuncture with other staples of Chinese medicine, including heat therapy, herbal consultations, and cupping. Andi even uses acupuncture to assist clients with weight loss, incorporating weekly or biweekly treatments into regimens of healthy eating and herbal supplementation.
Part teacher, part doctor, and part mother, Dr. Phyllis Books focuses on non-chemical approaches to medicine. Her proprietary neural-therapy method is designed to treat myriad conditions, ranging from TMJ to balance problems to her specialization: dyslexia. Customers can also obtain services such as migraine relief, allergy elimination, and ionic foot detoxification.
As a child visiting his grandfather's small clinic in Garland, Dr. Eric Wu witnessed the rejuvenating benefits of traditional acupuncture therapy firsthand. Then later in life, when an automobile accident had left him with chronic pain, Dr. Wu found relief in the form of chiropractic care. Because of these past experiences, Dr. Wu embraces both approaches at his practice, knowing that a combination of chiropractic sessions and acupuncture treatments tends to have a synergistic effect upon a person's health.
Chiropractic care and acupuncture share the common goal of jump-starting the body's natural healing capabilities, albeit by different means. During chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Wu checks for any misaligned vertebrae, which can place pressure on the spinal cord and interfere with the nervous system's function. Correcting these alignment issues facilitates uninterrupted communication between organs and helps alleviate the constant aches and fatigue that can interfere with everyday life. Alternately, acupuncture treatments focus on points of stagnation in the flow of the body's natural energies. These blockages can be removed by inserting needles, applying fingertip pressure, or using electrical stimulation. Dr. Wu specializes in needle-free acupuncture, opting instead to stimulate pressure points with a low electrical current, making the treatment ideal for children and adults afraid of needles. Needle-free treatment is also helpful for treatment of sensitive points on the head and face. Both chiropractic sessions and acupuncture appointments promote a sense of holistic wellbeing, without resorting to unnecessary medications, surgeries, or tongue-depressor prescriptions. Instead, they aim to relieve existing symptoms while also bolstering the body's ability to stave off future complications.
At Great Bear Medicine Acupuncture & Wellness Center, Dr. Tiodoso Bear Bustillo knows just where to put each of his pain-battling needles. He draws on more than a half-decade of training in traditional Chinese medicine and Western pharmacology, which helps him combat a range of bodily ailments. Before administering any of his signature acupuncture, cupping, or thermal therapies, however, he consults with clients to tailor each treatment to address individual needs.
BackBone Health Restoration's Doctors of Chiropractic draw from more than 20 years of combined experience and a focus on preventive care when treating patients to their repertoire of spinal adjustments, acupuncture, and nutritional counseling. Not content to simply mask symptoms with medicine, the doctors draw on their training in anatomy, nutrition, and spinal sleuthing to consider each patient's entire body and lifestyle in relation to their ailments. From there, they're able to make appropriate chiropractic adjustments and dietary suggestions to prevent recurrence and promote lunch-break limbo parties.