For more than 30 years, the ladies at Women's Workout & Wellness have cultivated a supportive environment in which women can focus on health, fitness, and wellness. Whether grooving through Zumba sessions, pushing weight sleds, performing lifts, or sweating, students find plenty of challenges in the center’s classes. Staffers gauge fitness level by analyzing BMI and testing cardio, strength, flexibility, and the ability to karate-chop airborne cucumbers. Experts also lend advice on nutritional intake and help clients set personalized goals. Before and after sweat sessions, ladies can suit up and cool down in the spacious showers and locker rooms at each location. Daycare is available at some locations for a nominal fee.
Dr. Jeremy Leimback, D.C., tends to the muscles and spines of his patients at Back Works Chiropractic. Leimback performs treatments that range from the traditional, such as chiropractic adjsutments and exercise rehab therapy, to more specific, as in the myofascial release technique. Myofascial release, a form of deep tissue massage, can help to quickly release tension from muscles, relieve inflammation, and alleviate spasms.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jeffrey Haynes combines chiropractic care with a number of other services to help his clients reach total wellness. Manual adjustments and corrective exercises put spines back in order and alleviate joint pain. He specializes in treating athletic injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, and neck and lower-back disc herniations. Nutrition counseling will cover such issues as proper nutrition, dieting, and which Flintstone vitamin tastes the best, and lifestyle advice rounds out the package by introducing ways to lessen stress.
Chiropractors Dr. Brendan Lee and Dr. Eric Soule have been in business for about 17 years, but despite the large number of clients they’ve amassed over that time, it’s very rare that a client has to wait more than a few minutes to see them. That’s because their two offices have a no-wait policy, and staff aim to usher patients from the lobby into large, private treatment rooms as soon as they arrive.
During appointments, the doctors consult with patients about their health history, then analyze chronic pains caused by injuries, accidents, or medical conditions. Drawing upon a wealth of chiropractic knowledge, doctors will then decide on one of several treatment options and make adjustments to the skeleton or recommend massage therapy that can remove tensions and toxins from soft tissues. In addition, they also practice acupuncture to treat the nervous system, which controls the patient’s ability to walk, run, and hopscotch, among over things.
The staff at Mind Body Healing Center treats their clients' emotional and physical health, because they believe that the body works as a system. It's this belief that has formulated their holistic approach, whether they are offering up couples therapy or a Swedish massage. During appointments that address the mind, Christina Samycia, PsyD delves into issues such as depression and anxiety and their effects on a patient's overall health. Body-healing sessions include massages that loosen tight muscles and relieve stress and acupuncture treatments that work to heal injuries and help clients feel more connected to their pet hedgehogs.
Dr. Christina Creevy-Knox, the board-certified chiropractor at Proper Balance Health & Wellness Center, believes that holistic care can often prevent the need for invasive surgeries and serious medications. Working to treat the body as a whole, she and her staff offer chiropractic care, massage therapy, nutritional counseling, and physiotherapy services to support the body’s natural healing ability. The professionals at Proper Balance can also assist clients with weight loss and treat chronic pain with acupuncture.