Doctors and nurses at Physicians Weight Loss Centers guide width-whittling in medically supervised weight-loss programs. The programs give clients a jump-start on healthful eating and fitness habits, putting an end to diets composed solely of deep-fried wedding cakes. Diet counselors help clients reinvent their eating habits with the assistance of multivitamins and mineral tablets, which aim to suppress cravings for sugar while boosting metabolism. Vitamin-B12 and Vitamin Cocktail injections seek to increase energy and possible benefits also include strengthened concentration and a more chipper mood.
Some of the more intensive programs include complete doctor's exams, biometrics analyses, lab work, and EKGs. These programs can focus on the reduction of either carbohydrate or fat consumption.
Without resorting to medications or surgical procedures, Dr. Ronnie Piña specializes in helping his patients not only overcome existing aches and pains, but also recover their sense of optimal health and wellbeing. This holistic approach focuses on the spine in particular, identifying the areas where misaligned vertebrae may be inhibiting neurological function and, as a result, causing a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. By using chiropractic adjustments to correct the position of these vertebrae and stretch the tissues in the surrounding area, Dr. Piña can alleviate chronic symptoms—such as shooting pains and stiff joints—while also ensuring that the body is functioning as efficiently as possible. The doctor and his staff also employ a variety of physical therapy techniques as well as nutritional counseling to help patients regain control of their health and wellbeing through holistic means.
The Health Nut helps its clientele stay hale and healthy with a plethora of nutritious and wholesome lunch fare, vitamins, and other body-boosting sustenance. Midday patrons can pop in for a warm bowl of homemade soup ($2.95) and nosh on a chicken-salad sandwich ($4.95) or a whole-wheat chicken quesadilla ($7.25), eschewing less wholesome lunch cuisine such as gummy-bear burritos and pizzas topped with 9-volt batteries. Wash down healthful edibles with a protein shake ($4.25) or smoothie ($3.25), or peruse the retail selection of gluten-free and wheat-free products, including Udi’s bread ($6.25). The Health Nut carries a variety of top-notch, name-brand supplements, including offerings from brands such as Bluebonnet, Nature's Way, and Twinlab, as well as an array of vitamins ($6.95+) to strengthen immune systems against invading germs and smooth-talking bacteria.
HealthSource's team of chiropractors, licensed massage therapists, and physical trainers aid patients in shedding bodily ailments through personalized Action Plans. Staff members work closely with patients to identify sources of pain such as misaligned vertebrae, pinched nerves, arthritis, and office chairs made out of magma. Treatment Plans may prescribe daily exercises as well as spinal adjustments performed by machines or the sure hands of chiropractors raised by machines. During rehabilitation sessions, knowledgeable trainers help patients overcome athletic and trauma-related injury with exercises to reestablish muscle strength and flexibility.
As a certified pain-management practitioner, Doctor of Chiropractic Donovan May welcomes clients young and old into his clinic for personalized chiropractic care. Meetings with the doc begin with a consultation and exam to determine possible causes of maladies such as chronic back or neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches. Next, Dr. May prescribes a series of treatments that may include adjustments, massage, or sleeping on a bed of marshmallows. Though he is adept at handling many kinds of pain, Dr. May specializes in sport-related injuries.
At La Porte Chiropractic Associates, Dr. Victor Peres scrutinizes clients' spines to find the sources of ailments ranging from whiplash to headaches. The office also has computerized instruments that can adjust the backs of patients who prefer digital precision when dealing with their spines.