The healing specialists at RoseSprings Center take aim at toxins, heavy metals, and other environmental nogoodniks, cleansing blemished bodies and strengthening immune systems with a trio of alternative-medicine treatments. Warm human hides during a half-hour recline on the amethyst bio-mat, a therapy aimed at assuaging musculoskeletal pain and enhancing circulation with its 17 layers of space-age materials. Designed to slide stress and stiffness from surfaces, each bio-mat session targets the amount of calories equivalent to 30 minutes of rowing, jogging, or kangaroo boxing. Once toasty, guests attempt to free tootsies from lingering contaminants with an NRG footbath, a medicinal soak combining bubbly surges of water with crud-busting bioelectrical currents. Maintain spritely steps with a finishing Zyto Compass nutritional analysis, which crunches computer-generated digital signatures to determine what vitamin supplements respond best to bodily systems and which ones will fall on your chi's deaf ears.
Hillsboro Chiropractic Clinic's Ross Coblens consults patients to understand their history and treats the spine and extremities to alleviate pain. During the comprehensive examination and consultation, guests describe their pain to Coblens so he can accurately diagnose the cause of spinal maladies, extremity aches, and the spontaneous growth of dorsal fins. He then customizes a treatment plan to your individual needs—this can include a physiotherapy treatment such as therapeutic ultrasound, muscle stimulation, or a tender chiropractic joint manipulation. Coblens can tailor each session to treat neck pain, back soreness, sports injuries, injuries from automobile accidents, or fibromyalgia, and, if needed, further evaluates patients with x-rays and a quick game of guess my favorite historical figure who suffered from back pain.
Chiropractic doctors Christopher and Huma Pierce, who are also husband and wife, have built two homes: one for their children and one for their patients. The latter, Chiropractic First, LLC, allows the chiropractors to utilize their medical training and passion for wellness on a joint quest to make Portland "the healthiest place on the planet to live." Both Huma and Christopher have extensive experience in treating children, drawing on their expertise as parents and medical professionals to diagnose young patients and move them closer to optimal health and careers as somersaulters. Their youngest patient, at only a few minutes old, was their son Aiden, who required immediate care after birth. Thanks to his father's quick actions, Aiden is now a happy, healthy kid. The Pierces create an environment that's welcoming to all patients, and specialize in helping cyclists suffering from back issues and those struggling to lose weight. This focus allows the pair to use their considerable skills to broaden their healing spectrum beyond the standard sore back or herniated frisbee disc.
The chiropractic team at The Joint...the chiropractic place, operated by Murray Hill Chiropractic, PC, has streamlined the chiropractic process. Virtually every aspect of the visitation is designed around patient convenience. Instead of scheduling appointments, patients simply walk in and fill out paperwork. A doctor is onsite to minimize wait time. During exams, patients stay comfortable in their street clothes or favorite footed pajamas while the doctors examine their spine, searching for subluxations and bulges. They devise a treatment plan that can include chiropractic adjustments, which typically only take about 10 minutes.