Chiropractor in Costa Mesa


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  • Michael Thomas Marks DC
    Heller Chiropractic is dedicated to the overall health and well being of our patients and the community. We integrate Spinal Corrective Care Rehabilitation, Sports Therapy, Exercise Therapy, Massage Therapy and Nutrition into a dynamic treatment paradigm.
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    2900 Bristol Street
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Jiri Peremsky Rolfing
    More than a massage technique, rolfing helps set all the muscles right instead of focusing on specific regions of the body. See what's in store for your session with Jiri Peremsky. Rolfing: Tuning Up the Whole Body A typical rolfing session can feel uncomfortable, even intense, but professionals declare that the relief a person feels after the treatment is worth any discomfort they may experience during. Following the teachings of their forebear, Ida P. Rolf, rolfers apply deep, sustained pressure throughout the body to manipulate fascia, a plastic-like webbing that covers and connects muscles. The goal is to grant pain relief by aligning the body as a whole, rather than treating only the places that hurt. Aside from its more intense methods, a few things set rolfing?or structural integration, as it?s more formally known?apart from massage. Clients always keep their underwear on. Rolfers rarely use oils, preferring focused pressure over gliding strokes. And the first treatment begins with a period of observation, where the rolfer watches how his or her client stands and walks, A 10-treatment regimen is standard for most, after which the body is allowed to adapt to its new alignment?and the enhanced breathing, flexibility, and coordination that is said to come with it?for anywhere from one month to a year before returning for tune-up sessions.
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    640 Terminal Way
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Rolfing Jiri Peremsky
    More than a massage technique, rolfing helps set all the muscles right instead of focusing on specific regions of the body. See what's in store for your session with Jiri Peremsky. Rolfing: Tuning Up the Whole Body A typical rolfing session can feel uncomfortable, even intense, but professionals declare that the relief a person feels after the treatment is worth any discomfort they may experience during. Following the teachings of their forebear, Ida P. Rolf, rolfers apply deep, sustained pressure throughout the body to manipulate fascia, a plastic-like webbing that covers and connects muscles. The goal is to grant pain relief by aligning the body as a whole, rather than treating only the places that hurt. Aside from its more intense methods, a few things set rolfing?or structural integration, as it?s more formally known?apart from massage. Clients always keep their underwear on. Rolfers rarely use oils, preferring focused pressure over gliding strokes. And the first treatment begins with a period of observation, where the rolfer watches how his or her client stands and walks, A 10-treatment regimen is standard for most, after which the body is allowed to adapt to its new alignment?and the enhanced breathing, flexibility, and coordination that is said to come with it?for anywhere from one month to a year before returning for tune-up sessions.
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    640 Terminal Way
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Silvana Massage Holistic Healing Arts Studio
    Any ailment Silvana faced as a child was relieved with herbs, oils, and homemade remedies from her family of healers and mediums. With first-hand knowledge of the benefits of holistic healing, Silvana grew up to become as certified massage therapist, reiki master, aromatherapist, and herbalist.? Inside Silvana Massage Holistic Healing Arts Studio, Silvana covers treatment tables with cotton, bamboo, hemp, and beechwood linens, and her holistic approach includes the use of handmade vegan and organic products during massage and bodywork sessions. She focuses on the back, neck, shoulders, and arms to relieve aches, and offers special pre- and post-natal massages. Clients can relax even more during massages with such add-ons as custom aromatherapy blends. Silvana?s trained hands have also unraveled the knotted muscles of famous musicians, including Alicia Keys, Toby Keith, Pharrell Williams, and members of Iron Maiden, while working with Stage Hands Massage Therapy.
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    2787 Bristol Street
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Pacific Coast Chiropractic & Wellness Center
    At Pacific Coast Chiropractic & Wellness Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Ami Shah softens and soothes pain with her gentle hands. Dr. Shah uses applied-kinesiology techniques to identify biochemical and structural blockages, and then she releases these obstructions through gentle, low-velocity adjustments. Dr. Shah uses adjustments help take pressure off the nerves of the spine, and she augments her treatment through detailed nutritional analysis and counseling.
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    2755 Bristol Street
    Costa Mesa, CA US
  • Tabrizi Family Chiropractic
    Drs. Shervin and Gyzel Tabrizi, the duo behind Tabrizi Family Chiropractic, work with their patients to improve health through healthy eating, chiropractic care, and other wellness services. After every adjustment, the Drs. Tabrizi use techniques from chiropractic physiotherapy to work the soft tissue, further reducing discomfort and promoting greater health.
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    3140 Red Hill Ave.
    Costa Mesa, CA US
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