Witnessing car accidents is just another part of the job for Doctor of Chiropractic Rich Roth, who has been a chiropractor for more than two decades. Granted, these accidents happen in a controlled environment through postgraduate courses at Texas A&M's engineering extension program. With this additional education, Dr. Roth has been better able to ease his clients? aches and pains?working on more than 12,000 injury cases and counting?from his Beaver Creek Health & Rehab office. To help patients achieve pain-free lifestyles, Dr. Roth and his team employ spinal decompressions, laser treatments, and physical therapy as they try to ease symptoms from auto accidents as well as everyday headaches, fatigue, and crippling hiccups. This dedication to patient-first treatment plans helped earn the center certification from the Disc Centers of America.
In addition to providing chiropractic care, the practitioners at Beaver Creek also mend patients with a full host of specialty treatments. These include body wraps developed by doctors at UCLA, self-mastery techniques that target destructive subconscious habits, and regimens designed to lessen the chronic burden of fibromyalgia. The center is also renowned for its alternatives to knee replacement surgery. Developed by the doctors of the Roth family and featured on America Now with Leeza Gibbons, the center's treatments restore mobility without the need for costly and traumatic operations.
Revolution Fitness Systems tailors workout regimens to the needs of the individual client, creating a customized program based on a strategy session. Before diving into workout routines, clients meet with coaches to review workout and injury history, evaluate flexibility and range of motion, and receive a free body diagnostic. The facility features a team of fitness coaches that heads personal-training sessions and two types of boot-camp sessions. One, a strength-based workout, focuses on building muscle, whereas the other, a circuit training workout, focuses on conditioning.
This studio is called Yoga& for a reason. Yes, there are yoga classes (including hot yoga), but students can also participate in stress-relieving Pilates or high-intensity boxing fusion classes. Yoga classes challenge balance and flexibility while decompressing spines, and Pilates also tests the limits of flexibility, but focuses on developing strong cores. At boxing fusion, though, martial arts moves boost cardio endurance and strength, and, paired with stretching exercises, provide similar flexibility benefits.
A team of dedicated instructors impart discipline, focus, and physical strength to kids and adults alike during Wall to Wall Martial Arts's wide range of fitness and martial arts classes. Students master grappling and throwing techniques in Judo lessons, learn vital self-defense skills in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu courses, and build strong cores and limbs while burning calories in Muay Thai kickboxing classes.
More akin to a small, self-contained town than a fitness center, each of Spectrum Fitness?s seven locations kowtows to packed schedules and multitasking parents. A slew of classes arranges social body blasting?customers can tone their torsos with squats, presses, and curls in a BodyPump barbell class or sweat in spinning classes atop a stationary bike equipped with pursuit-style handlebars, adjustable resistance, and a front-mounted E.T. Members of Spectrum Fitness can swing by its Central location and trot on the treadmill until dawn. They can drop off their tykes at the childcare center and take a yoga or kickboxing class. And they can follow a swim by basking in the bronzing light of the tanning bed before sauntering up to the Pro Shop for smoothies.
The staff takes great pains to accommodate newcomers of all ages, levels, and car-stacking abilities. Personal trainers concoct customized fitness regimens during solo and group training sessions, and Silver Sneakers and water aerobics classes bring seniors into the fitness fold.