Dr. Keith Ripploh of Ripploh Chiropractic has been serving the community of Cincinnati since 2010 including athletes and families alike. Keeping with his devotion to safe, noninvasive health care, the doctor uses digital x-rays, to treat everything form injury to chronic pain.
A licensed pharmacist and clinician, James B. LaValle founded LaValle Metabolic Institute in 2001 to help people discover the benefits of integrated health care. To that end, he has teamed up with Dr. Gary Huber (DO) and assembled a team of experienced medical staff to assist patients to educate clients. They administer nutritional consults and Metabolic Code assessments, which analyze metabolic makeup in order to create a personalized plan for health. The clinic also focuses on hormone-replacement therapy, weight loss, stress and sleep support as well as GI issues.
More than 10 doctors practice at Tristate Orthopaedic Treatment Centers. They specialize in both surgical and nonsurgical treatments for the joints, bones, spine, muscles, and ligaments, from total joint replacement to medical massage.
Doctor of Chiropractic Stephanie C. Owens caters to her clients with numerous chiropractic services and therapies at her disposal, as well as experience from years in the US Army Reserves and working at a VA hospital. In addition to traditional spinal screenings and adjustments, she and her staff administer therapeutic massage therapy, electrical muscle stimulation, and paraffin baths to enhance health and feelings of well-being.
At Thrive Chiropractic Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Pete Haggenjos believes the body wants to feel better. That's why, instead of relying on medication to mask pain, he pinpoints the source of the problem and uses his bare hands to trigger a self-healing effect. Gentle spinal adjustments free pinched nerves that can cause pain and block signals from the brain. Each of his noninvasive treatments are low risk and safe for virtually all ages and conditions.
The staffers at Lose Inches With Lipo LLC need neither surgical tools nor pain relievers to help their clients shed unwanted inches. Instead, they rely solely on low-level lasers to gently break down fat cells. The treatment is noninvasive, can be targeted to problem areas such as the arms, thighs, or abdomen, and, unlike surgical liposuction, requires no downtime.