Dr. Kara—a former college basketball player—was educated at Parker University's College of Chiropractic. During her clinical internship, she spent three months in Bogota, Columbia as a member of the Colombian Olympic committee, where she provided chiropractic care to athletes and the actors who play them on TV. She finished up her education with certifications in active-release technique, Webster technique, Graston technique, and kinesiotape, all of which are performed on a daily basis at her own practice. She also specializes in helping expectant mothers find relief from discomfort with prenatal massages.
Licensed therapeutic massage therapist Carrie Zala uses her skilled hands to help clients heal and renew their bodies through massage. Along with deep-tissue massage, she also offers myofascial release, sports, lymphatic, neuromuscular, and prenatal massage, among others, to relieve pain and soothe tension held in tight muscles. Inside the calming and private studio room, clients relax and leave feeling refreshed.
Over the course of his career, doctor of chiropractic David Cox of Little Elm Chiropractic has performed more than 40,000 spinal adjustments. Yet, David hasn't limited his skill set to adjustments alone; he relies on a range of noninvasive techniques to rid patients of pain. For example, cold laser therapy invigorates cell reproduction to help heal injuries, and spinal decompression treatments remove pressure from the spine, much like realizing that every day isn't Carry Your Boss to Work Day after all.
The human body is intricate, complex, and surprisingly fragile. It easily sustains injury from high impact events such as sports or auto accidents, or even the simple repetitive motions of a job. Hickory Creek Rehab and Chiropractic's Doctor of Chiropractic Noel Mairena specializes in identifying the root of such wounds, often hidden within layers of tissue and bone. He employs spinal adjustments, medical massage, and rehabilitative exercises, providing pain relief and encouraging the body to mend itself.