For Dr. Lucas Odahlen, D.C., achieving total-body wellness involves more than just one method, and none of those methods include pharmaceutical drugs. Instead, the doctor and his staff of medical professionals immerse their clients in natural-wellness practices that address and alleviate chronic pain and stress. Chiropractic care tackles issues such as fibromyalgia, work injuries, and carpal tunnel syndrome, while therapeutic massage employs various modalities to simultaneously relax and rejuvenate clients without making them listen to a cat purring for hours. The team also arms clients with natural tools for weight loss and smoking cessation.
The staff at Route 2 Wellness doesn't feel it's enough to simply treat your body?they want to help you understand how it works and why??sometimes??it doesn't. Dr. Casey Walker and his team specialize in chiropractic care, using it to treat anything from headaches to scoliosis, dispensing client education along the way so that people can learn to manage their pain and discomfort.
And by adjusting spines, Dr. Walker feels he's not just diminishing physical strain, but also opening up a main channel that allows energy to flow throughout the body. His team supports this holistic mindset with additional services, such as massage therapy and nutritional guidance for specific ailments. Those needing more serious care can also take advantage of physical-therapy sessions, as well as blood testing for early detection of various diseases or just to be sure your veins aren't empty.
If you're looking to relieve chronic back pain or make it easier to perform everyday tasks, all without surgery, chiropractic treatment may be the answer. Through the ChiroMassage Centers's list of affiliates across 25 states, patients enlist the help of a licensed doctor of chiropractic, eschewing drugs or invasive treatments for targeted spinal adjustments.
Areas of chronic pain stand little chance against the specialist's careful manipulations, which may help increase range of motion, restore joint function, and prevent vestigial tails from drooping in an unseemly fashion. The knowledgeable doctors not only get to the source of illness and discomfort with joint and spinal treatments, but also help their clients prevent future issues with education and wellness instruction.
The licensed massage therapists at Absolute Chiropractic believes that massage therapy is an important complement to chiropractic care. While their chiropractic services focus on the the spine and its impact on the nervous system, massage focuses on the muscles. To help relieve muscle aches and pains, they use a variety of techniques to soothe clients' muscles and help them heal. Available modalities include relaxation, prenatal, therapeutic, Swedish, and sports massages, which can be used either in conjunction with chiropractic care or by themselves.
Husband-and-wife Doctors of Chiropractic Diane and Chris Hayes join forces to relieve a range of painful symptoms with noninvasive treatments, helping to break clients' reliance on unnecessary medications. Although they can use the office's x-ray technology to get a clearer picture of bone structure, the doctors mostly rely on their encyclopedic knowledge of spines, joints, and common Twister injuries when they perform hands-on adjustments or Activator instrument adjustments, depending on the patient's needs. As further proof of their commitment to holistic well-being, they also offer weight-loss programs that help patients develop new eating and exercise habits in order to prevent the onset of serious health complications.
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