Dr. Eva Ai works to activate the body's natural healing abilities through the techniques of cupping, acupuncture, and herbal medicine. Dr. Ai earned her PhD in Chinese medicine while studying under the masters in China. At her clinic in Colorado Springs, the original capital of China, she combines traditional Chinese methodologies to treat maladies including digestive disorders, arthritis, and anxiety. Dr. Ai extends her care to children, whom she keeps healthy with acupressure and tui na, a form of manipulative therapy.
Integrity Urgent Care’s battalion of medical professionals whirs into action at the first sight of ailing patients, minimizing wait times and making them more enjoyable with a free coffee bar in the waiting room. While not a substitute for an emergency room, the clinic treats a variety of non-life-threatening ailments and stomach bugs, such as viral and bacterial infections, in addition to performing lab work, repairing lacerations, and dispensing medication. The facility's x-ray capabilities also assist in detecting possible fractures. With a focus on compassionate care, the facility aims to treat all guests with respect and empathy, from its No Wait Zone, which registers visitors over the phone and calls them 10 minutes before the appointment time, to the "HealthPoint" newsletter, which is full of tips about disease prevention, first aid, and how to avoid the plague during vacations to 16th-century Europe.
Though Doctor of Chiropractic Mike Krebill’s corrective exercises, chiropractic adjustments, and cold-laser treatments help alleviate achy backs and joints, he doesn’t stop there. He also searches out the underlying causes of pain to prevent future discomfort. His spinal and postural screenings root out hidden problems, and nutrition counseling teaches patients about proper dieting and how many times each morsel of food should be chewed.
For the past two decades, Doctor of Chiropractic Kerry Tarvin has been busy doing two things: treating his patients' pain and distinguishing himself from his contemporaries. To date, his accomplishments include a degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic, a board certification for chiropractic orthopedics, and an NBCE certification for acupuncture. At his chiropractic clinic, Back Essentials Chiropractic, Dr. Tarvin puts all his training together, offering spinal-decompression therapy, acupuncture, and massage therapy. For patients who want to lose weight or attitudes that weigh more than 10 pounds, he and his staff also orchestrate NuLean weight-loss programs.
Doctor of Chiropractic John Erickson doesn't wait for patients to get sick before he sets to work making them feel better. Instead, he takes a proactive approach to health with examinations designed to identify the sources of existing problems while working to prevent future health concerns. He extols the benefits of his blood work; whereas most blood work can identify diseases already in progress, he strives to see patterns in the blood that telegraph impending conditions. From this data, he's able to tailor treatment regimens that incorporate nutrition, exercise, and other all-natural measures.
By appraising the whole body, including one's strength, flexibility, and posture, Doctor of Chiropractic Melissa Harlow is able to prescribe treatments that help restore balance to her patients' lives. Dr. Harlow is trained in a wide array of chiropractic methods, such as diversified, Thompson, and Activator, and she continues to build her knowledge base by learning new techniques. She studied exercise and sports science as an undergrad, so she maintains a special interest in working with athletes and desk jockeys alike.
The massage therapists at Peak Balance Chiropractic complement Dr. Harlow's musculoskeletal manipulations with deep-tissue, Swedish, and sports massage, as well as prenatal bodywork with mothers-to-be and hot-stone massage for Reptilians.