Kirkwood Family Chiropractic is staffed by Dr. Mainieri and fellow certified backologist Dr. Pete Zavacki, each with more than 10 years of active experience treating the ailments of aching spines. The postures assumed in front of computers, over sinks, and while performing cannonballs can place regular stress on backs and contribute to chronic back pain. Kirkwood Family Chiropractic chiropunches such back pain in the face, starting with a thorough examination. Using computerized nerve testing and x-rays (if necessary), Kirkwood will probe deeper into the current state of your corporeal totems.
Sleuthing out clues to move beyond symptoms to root causes, the specialists at 100% Chiropractic expedite healing with a roster of preventive care strategies, from instilling better eating habits through nutrition workshops to combating the effects of stress with chiropractic services and massage therapy. The clinic adheres to a cradle to adult-size cradle philosophy, with programs that address the tiny backbones of infants or rehabilitate bodies suffering from headaches, numbness, or ingrown steering wheels after car accidents. The warm practice, which feels more like a spa than a doctor's office, has on-hand licensed massage therapists who are well versed in relaxation and therapeutic modalities to dismantle unhealthy muscular tension patterns or lower stress. The practitioners ease the transition for new patients with detailed information about the initial visit and what treatments may be recommended.
Pain relief. Boosted brain function. A strengthened nervous system. Restored natural movement. A simple spinal adjustment can produce a wealth of body-bettering effects, and Doctor of Chiropractic Alireza Hirsa at Chirowithin Reach brings this relief to his patients. Dr. Hirsa’s techniques don’t start and end with adjustments, though—he also provides trigger-point therapy and cold-laser therapy after feeding a popsicle to his office’s laser device. Doctor of Chiropractic Alpana Gowda works at Dr. Hirsa’s side, though her specialty is in physical medicine, rehabilitation, and pain medicine. In fact, Dr. Gowda is so well versed and well respected in her field that she co-penned The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Pain Relief, a self-help manual released in 2010.
When Dr. Bruce Watson was a child, his father got injured at his cabinet-making shop. Young Bruce was scared; his dad was in pain and couldn't work. Finally, Grandma suggested that Dad pay a visit to her chiropractor, and a single visit got Pop off the couch and back in the shop. The impact this had on Bruce was tremendous. And after earning his chiropractic degree years later, Bruce again called upon personal experience to decide how to run his private clinic. Dr. Watson asked himself, "How would I like my father (or any loved one) to be treated when they enter a chiropractic office?" Constantly evaluating his answer to this question makes it easy for the doc to maintain Watson Chiropractic's friendliness, attentiveness, and results-oriented approach.
Your appointment with the Headache Doctor includes a one-hour evaluation that incorporates a complete physical and spinal exam with a state-of-the-art diagnostic scanning test. The complete exam evaluates the entire body and the headache symptoms to understand the root of the problem through chiropractic methods. At the conclusion, a complete report of the findings will be issued, and a course of treatment will be discussed from there. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
As a teenager, Dr. Ken Savage turned to chiropractic care to overcome a serious sports injury that would have otherwise required surgery. Today Dr. Savage, alongside co-physician Dr. Jason Bauer, employs a variety of customized adjustment philosophies, which aim to improve his clients’ overall health.
In addition to treating their clients’ spinal concerns, the doctors of Chiropractic First take their health mission on the road, speaking on television, at colleges, and in offices during public speaking engagements. They also offer educational workshops that focus on five factors of good health that include exercising and not constructing your own food pyramid entirely out of marshmallows.