Dr. Tobin Lingafelter treats back and neck pain with a strategic combination of chiropractic care and detoxification services. With the Solo dome system, clients can detoxify and be relieved from pain using safe, far-infrared heat. Radiant heat penetrates the skin during each 30-minute session, leaving clients with a natural warmth akin to sunbathing or being under a pile of polar bears.
Believing it’s easier to stay well than better from injury, Dr. Ashley Randall preaches preventative care and gentle adjustments. Trained in sacro- occipital technique, Dr. Randall helps cure back and body pain through hands-on, drug free techniques and offers nutritional counseling services. Dr. Rich also caters to chiropractic needs of expecting mothers and children, using adjustments to help heal childhood maladies such as colic, ear infections, and measles on an imaginary friend.
Your appointment begins with a comfortable sit-down likely modeled after FDR's fireside chats, where Big Idea Clinic's leading back master, Dr. Tanase, will get to know you front to (more importantly) back. Tanase is a published author, MedHelp International's first chiropractic panel expert, and longtime member of numerous prominent chiropractic organizations, including the International Chiropractic Association, International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association, and the Upper Cervical Society—a testament to his lifelong dedication to his field, as well as a quirky penchant for joining clubs. His careful examination (total $165 value) will determine the best next step. If you need them or just like the way they tickle your pancreas, you will also receive x-rays (a $60 value).
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Since 2003, Advanced Health & Wellness' resident chiropractor, Dr. Kyle LeBlanc, has unburdened spines of all their aches and pains. During complimentary consultations, the certified doctor discusses each patient's health concerns, and suggests the most effective course of treatment. For patients recovering from auto accidents, for instance, that means chiropractic sessions that help reduce inflammation and increase range of motion.
Dr. Kyle's expertise isn't limited to chiropractic, though—he employs plenty of other soothing modalities, from trigger-point therapy to electric stimulation. In addition to healing pain-stricken patients, Dr. Kyle and his team help clients learn to care for themselves through educational events, such as chiropractic seminars.
Vital Force uses low-impact adjustments that do not involve twisting, cracking, popping, or noogies to straighten out the healing highway, and their space contains peaceful relaxation suites where patients rest so the body can effectively hold the correction. The initial two visits take approximately one hour, and corrections can be monitored on subsequent visits to prevent any interruption in the body's healing process. New patient forms are available for download should a patient desire to fill them out ahead of time or add them to a growing medical-form scrapbook.
Oasis Spa at Spinal Care of St. Louis's Doctor of Chiropractic Nathan Heimgartner oversees a wide range of therapeutic services in finding a balance between extensive chiropractic know-how and holistic health. In the center's private treatment rooms, which eschew clinical starkness in favor of soft lighting and calming pastel colors, Dr. Heimgartner uses thorough chiropractic exams, massages, LipoLaser sessions, nutrition counseling, and movies about baby hedgehogs to bolster feelings of wellness. The resident team of licensed massage therapists eases muscle tension with a bevy of relaxing modalities, aiding Dr. Heimgartner in his quest to rid bodies of back pain, sports injuries, whiplash, and other ailments.