Doctor of Chiropractic Malka Carlucci believes in old-school bedside manner—she personally sees every patient who comes into her office and never hurries them through their appointments. Instead, she discusses their symptoms and history in detail before conducting chiropractic exams. When paired with adjustments, these visits strive to address both chronic and acute pain stemming from a wide range of conditions.
Dr. Carlucci treats injuries and whiplash with the same meticulous care as she does headaches, joint soreness, and carpal-tunnel syndrome, as well as long-term back and neck pain. Her services also include therapeutic exercises and medical massage, which can steadily repair and soothe muscles. Lifestyle and nutrition advice complete many of her holistic treatment programs.
The chiropractic team at The Joint...the chiropractic place 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.
Seeing firsthand the positive effects that chiropractic medicine has had on his clients keeps Dr. Wayne Hansen passionate about his profession. At Solutions Clinic, he delivers these inspiring results by selecting the most suitable treatment plan from a list of specialties that includes traditional adjustments, ice and heat therapy, and the application of kinesio tape to support weak muscles or conceal them with wrapping paper. He can tailor his services to treat a specific condition, too, be it upper back pain, tennis elbow, or carpal tunnel. Solutions Clinic also employs a massage therapist Both Slim Centers locations also offer the Slim-Light treatment. A dietician is available at all clinics to draw up healthy meal plans and show clients the proper way to dead lift a 5-pound bag of apples.
Willow Creek Chiropractic may not be located anywhere near a sunny beach, but during massage sessions clients feel so relaxed it's as if the soothing ocean is just a stone's throw away. These calming treatments are offered by Willow Creek Chiropractic team of licensed massage therapists, who perform five different types of massage modalities. Options range from indulgent Swedish massages to prenatal massages designed to not only de-stress aching mothers-to-be but also to relax babies who are tired from a long day of growing fingers and toes.
The doctors at Natural Health and Wellness dispense chiropractic techniques to help alleviate their clients' achy necks, backs, and limbs. A team of on-staff licensed massage therapist joins the fight against pain during sessions with Swedish and deep-tissue modalities. The experts also outfit feet with custom orthotics and dunk bare flippers in detox baths that pull toxins and old homework papers from the body.
Dr. Craig Campbell melds the traditional treatments of chiropractic with the latest in modern approaches, such as thermographic scanning and spinal-decompression tables. He tracks down slipped discs and pinched nerves that can disrupt the body’s nervous system and ameliorates them with noninvasive techniques. Traction and electrical stimulation join tried-and-true techniques, such as massages and acupuncture, to stimulate the body’s inherent ability to fix itself.
Led by back-pain savant Dr. John Meadors, Utah Spine + Disc's highly trained staff employs deep-tissue laser technology to alleviate discomfort caused by a number of conditions such as joint strains, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, disc problems, and plantar fasciitis. During brief, 10-minute sessions, technicians aim to significantly reduce pain with warm, noninvasive beams emanating from the Litecure laser system. As a specialist guides the device over targeted areas, gentle light rays infuse subsurface tissues with photons that repair them and improve the 40-yard dash times of damaged cells. Benign beams also work to increase circulation throughout impaired regions, leading the body's natural healing processes to curtail aches by reducing inflammation.