Licensed chiropractor Kelly Quach uses modern chiropractic techniques and consultations to ward off chronic pain. Unlike conventional medicine, which only seeks to treat disease after it occurs or send the body back in time to before it was unhealthy, chiropractic treatments and massage aim to balance long-term wellness and wholesome lifestyles. Minimally invasive massage treatments and spinal adjustments reduce chronic pain and correct misalignments, and nutritional counseling, posture screenings, and lifestyle coaching help patients achieve long-term well-being. During a patient's first visit, the chiropractor provides a one-on-one consultation and performs x-rays.
If they had a patient who suffered from constant ear aches, a traditional-medicine doctor would prescribe an antibiotic to relieve the pain every time it happened. A chiropractor would also attempt to relieve the pain, but would do so by fixing the lymphatic-drainage system. That's because the chiropractor would want to prevent the problem from happening in the future.
By treating the root cause of a problem, instead of only treating the symptoms, Doctor of Chiropractic Ali Toontoochi not only gets rid of pain, but also attempts to prevent it from reoccurring. At his chiropractic office, he and his staff use spine adjustments, massage therapy, rehabilitation, and nutritional counseling to restore bodies to optimal function without the use of harsh drugs, surgery, or voodoo.
In 85 offices across the country, chiropractors combine their skills and decades of experience to alleviate soreness and stiffness caused by spinal conditions. In all New Beginnings Chiropractic Offices, chiropractors receive coaching, the most up-to-date training, and daily reports on the condition of the earth’s enormous spinal column.