Chiropractor Aaron Wahl has learned a lot about the body over the years. A graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic, Dr. Wahl also earned his master's in sport science and rehabilitation, gained various certifications, and picked up a hearty dose of traditional Chinese medicine while working side by side with his father, an acupuncturist. Armed with years of knowledge and practice, Dr. Wahl works with patients to discover what may be preventing the body from healing itself. Chiropractic treatments can help to realign the body more easily than monitoring the ruler taped above one's navel, and corrective exercises can prevent such problems from recurring.
Doctor of Chiropractic Phillip Meyers and his wife, professional counselor Emily Meyers, take a holistic approach to health that combines advanced technology with traditional chiropractic and massage techniques. Dr. Meyers, for example, employs the gentle adjustments of chiropractic plus kinesiology to relieve ailments that range from headaches to back pain. Though he relies partly on personal consultations, a subconscious computerized integrative operating system—SCIO—helps him diagnose concerns. For their part, the center’s experienced massage therapists keep busy relaxing tension and loosening muscular knots with talent unheard of since Houdini’s final escape from Earth.
At Wellness Chiropractic, Dr. J.C. Carpenter and licensed massage therapists work to align the spinal column and soothe muscles. Massage therapists employ soft-tissue and deep-tissue techniques, while Dr. Carpenter performs chiropractic adjustments that aim to increase range of motion, relieve migraines and headaches, and eliminate muscle tightness.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Mo has been alleviating pesky maladies one tiny needle at a time with holistic practices and centuries-old acupuncture treatments. Trained in both Western and traditional Chinese medicines, the doctor consults with patients about their ailments, which might include allergies, headaches, or ABBA songs stuck in their head, before searching for blockages in the body's energy flow, or chi. Dainty needles tap into pressure points, dismantling energy barricades and allowing chi to charge unencumbered throughout the body like a Super Bowl MVP racing past the lines for every Disneyland attraction. The initial consultation and treatment last approximately one hour and will be succeeded by a slightly shorter second appointment.
Dr. Carrie Jardine isn't just an advocate of holistic medicine—she's a living testament to its positive benefits. A sufferer of fibromyalgia, anxiety, and obesity, she finally turned to a holistic doctor on a friend's recommendation. Fourteen years later, Dr. Jardine, now a doctor of chiropractic and Chinese medicine, owns and operates the Family Wellness Center. There, she plies her holistic trade through services ranging from ionic detoxification to allergy testing and hormone replacement. Her practice of Oriental medicine provides an alternative outlook on health, helping patients to balance their bodies' electric flow without requiring them to shuffle along carpeted treadmills.
In practice for more than 14 years, Dr. Ken Inchiostro of Wolfrum Crossing Chiropractic believes that all walks of life need chiropractic care, even those that walk on all fours. At his clinic, he provides adjustments to animals with muscoskeletal problems just as gently as he provides adjustments to his human clients. At Wolfrum Crossing, he and his staff dole out acupuncture, massage therapy, and spinal decompression in order to quell such common ailments as joint pain, whiplash, carpal tunnel, headaches, and spinal degeneration.