The chiropractors at Weldon Spring Chiropractic have the knowledge to detect spinal irregularities using only their hands. But they don't stop there. They also reveal the workings of the spine with x-rays and thermal scans, and then correct issues with treatments that range from spinal decompression to pain-relieving cold-laser therapy. Patients with scoliosis can opt for corrective rehabilitative programs that use advanced Pneumex equipment.
Tanea Davis refuses to stay complacent as a nationally certified massage therapist, trained energy healer, and detoxification specialist. She seeks out new massage modalities so that she can adjust her service menu regularly to include fresh techniques such as reiki healing and slimming body wraps. Instead of focusing on the painful spots alone, Tanea listens to her patients to unearth the causes of problems and provide long-term relief and full-body relaxation.
Doctors of Chiropractic Joshua Fink, Matthew Fink, and Brad Mawer, the trifecta at the core of Midwest Family Wellness, draw from diverse areas of expertise to treat the children and adults who walk through their doors. Dr. Joshua Fink sheds light on health issues in lectures, Dr. Matthew Fink is certified in active release therapy and Logan basic technique, and Dr. Brad Mawer is an NSCA-certified strength and conditioning specialist.—each of them well-versed in the art of chiropractic adjustments. In their office, they rehabilitate spinal joints and muscles, design dietary counseling and personal-training programs, and direct a staff of massage therapists who knead tension and pain from the whole body or specific areas. When not treating clients, the doctors helm workshops on topics such as family health, children's nutrition, and ergonomics.
While working for 13 years as a massage therapist, Valerie Gibson used yoga to keep her own body healthy and in shape. Eventually, she realized she had a desire to teach yoga as well, becoming a certified instructor. While yoga kept her strong, she longed for a bit of fun and cardio in her routine. She soon discovered Zumba, quickly seeking a teaching certification there too. Inspired by her own fitness routine, she started Zuga Fitness as a gym where clients could find Zumba, yoga, and massage all in one place. Now, with the help of her staff, she offers classes seven days a week, helping students of all fitness levels discover a passion for fun-focused exercise.
The therapists at Well Kneaded Massage recognize the importance of a balanced mind, body, and spirit, which is why they have devoted themselves to massage therapies, energy work, and healing touch treatments. They specialize in nine different types of massage, including Swedish, hot stone, deep- issue, and chakra balancing, during which a therapist combines the properties of deep-tissue massage, foot reflexology, and subtle energy work. They also offer additional harmonizing treatments, including beeswax ear candling and reflexology for the hands, feet, and ears.
In practice for more than 14 years, Dr. Ken Inchiostro of Wolfrum Crossing Chiropractic believes that all walks of life need chiropractic care, even those that walk on all fours. At his clinic, he provides adjustments to animals with muscoskeletal problems just as gently as he provides adjustments to his human clients. At Wolfrum Crossing, he and his staff dole out acupuncture, massage therapy, and spinal decompression in order to quell such common ailments as joint pain, whiplash, carpal tunnel, headaches, and spinal degeneration.