Doctor of Chiropractic Ed Carlton found chiropractic care at age 23 after he had spent years suffering severe pain caused by an accident and nearly lost all hope. Not only did a chiropractor alleviate his pain, but the experience also inspired him to study at Texas Chiropractic College. Today he works alongside his wife and fellow alum, Dr. Paola Carlton, to alleviate symptoms of ailments such as carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, and herniated disks.
In a caring and personal environment, they employ traditional and technologically advanced methods to heal patients. Far-infrared light treatments soothe aching feet, whereas adjustments help to correctly position joints and eliminate their interference with the nervous system. The chiropractors also use procedures such as electrical muscle stimulation and neuromuscular reeducation to treat maladies caused by the g-forces involved in car accidents. In addition, they employ an advanced LiteCure Class IV system to penetrate deep beneath the tissue with FDA-cleared lasers in an effort to reduce pain and inflammation better than a cold compress filled with melted ice cream.