The team at Frontier Chiropractic seems like more of a family than a group who just works together—a welcome feeling that extends to patients as well. The office runs in part on a Patient Bill of Rights put in place to give clients the most effective and efficient experience possible. Doctors of Chiropractic Bret Brown and Kevin Alizadeh are both graduates of Logan College of Chiropractic and work under the belief that every patient's care should come with a satisfaction guarantee. As specialists in the Graston massage technique that helps minimize scar tissue, as well as in chiropractic adjustments, the duo treats a variety of ailments and helps patients quickly get back on their feet.
Rising Lotus Yoga and Massage’s experienced instructors guide students from all walks of life during daily Vinyasa yoga classes to help build strength, flexibility, and tranquility. To help each pupil grow, teachers dispense personalized feedback while walking groups through poses and breathing exercises in a vibrant, dance-like flow. Students of all skill levels, including new students and those recovering from injuries, follow along with instructors, getting pose modifications to make each movement accessible and understandable.
Friday-night flows summon a spirit of giving as Rising Lotus Yoga partners with local charities to donate all of the proceeds to charity. Filled with gentle stretches and easy-to-follow poses, prenatal and restorative classes pepper the schedule with alternatives to athletic Vinyasa sessions. To complement the slate of yoga classes, the studio’s owner, massage therapist Amanda Workman-Lutter, relaxes muscles and treats pain with a variety of massage modalities.
Chris Gubbels, doctor of chiropractic, inspires patients to take charge of their own backbones by teaching them about their bodies through tests and exercises. In his free time, he keeps his own physique in prime condition by entering CrossFit competitions and reinforcing his skeleton with iron rivets. Certified weight-loss coach Darcy Gavaldon heads up a slimming program designed to eliminate fat without shrinking muscle mass.
Applied kinesiology is a safe, non-invasive discipline that evaluates the articulation of clients' structural, chemical, and mental health. Rookie patients begin with a 40-minute session with a specialist, who will evaluate the client's health status before crafting a personalized game plan for the impending three-week cleanse (a $135 value) and give them two canisters of detoxification-support powder (a $116 value). The duo will reunite for two more 15-minute visits during the 21-day journey to discuss progress and sign film-franchise contracts with Jerry Bruckheimer (a $140 value). At the beginning or in the middle of the cleanse a massage therapist will aid the detox process further by administering a gentle, flowing massage to re-activate muscle fluids and cleanse the client's lymph flow for 60 mollycoddling minutes (a $60 value). Properly detoxed patients report body boons such as decreased cholesterol, weight loss, cleared skin, a release of digestive tension, and a sharper, more convincing bird-call.
Acacia's team of expert health-care professionals treats clients to individualized, naturopathic, and alternative health care in a relaxed setting. One-hour acupuncture sessions place patients in the expert hands of Victoria Spaurel, a registered acupuncturist and Chinese-medical-theory enthusiast. Practitioners insert needles into specific pressure points and frayed stitching on clients' bodies, working to balance overall energy levels. Acupuncture therapy aims to treat a wide array of health concerns, including chronic pain, insomnia, multiple sclerosis, bipolar disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, and being filled with helium. Although it improves stress levels and cell-phone reception for many clients, therapy is not recommended for candidates with bleeding disorders or needle phobias. Patients currently taking blood thinners such as warfarin may bruise more easily during their sessions, and clients taking any kind of medication are instructed to inform their practitioners.
Oberg Chiropractic's eponymous spinal physician and his staff restore skeletal balance by manipulating joints and musculature with noninvasive drug-free treatments. An initial exam prefaces visits, determining each client’s best course for chiropractic treatment and proclivity for shouting exam answers out of turn. If needed, x-rays snap an in-depth view of the skeletal system to quickly identify problem areas deserving of attention. A stress-reducing one-hour massage puts muscles at ease, and clients depart with at-home exercises to enhance posture and tune vertebral columns to a perfect chromatic scale.