At Brackeen Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Paul Brackeen works to empower patients. After performing in-office services such as chiropractic adjustments, the practice's medical workers teach patients how to complete corrective exercises on their own. Along with nutritional-counseling sessions, they hope to help patrons lose weight and improve their health by tapping into their own strength. In treatment rooms, FDA-approved Zerona machines purr across bodies, harnessing the power of lasers like a mad scientist trying to impress a date.
After injuring himself during a high-school soccer game, Shawn Pomeroy couldn't shake an aching head and neck. He eventually saw a chiropractor to treat the pain, and found that it subsided after regular adjustments. Now a chiropractor himself, Dr. Pomeroy hasn’t lacked for loyalty: he still sees the same doctor for his weekly appointment. His nearly 15 years of experience have only strengthened his belief in the power of spinal science, which he practices at two welcoming offices.
Pomeroy Chiropractic Wellness approaches back, neck, and head ailments from both preventive and rehabilitative angles. The staff scout for subluxations—misaligned bones putting pressure on nerves—with exams and x-rays, soothe muscular tension with massage, and educate patients on proper spinal care by demonstrating how to floss between vertebral disks. As for adjustments, Dr. Pomeroy can utilize his hands or a chiropractic instrument to try to correct backbone imbalances. His focus on family care means that both parents and children can benefit from his personalized, gentle treatments.
Military Knotz Massage owner Heather Robertson and her team of licensed massage therapists tailor their treatments to meet each individual's needs. With soothing strokes and gentle or firm pressure, they dissipate pain and erase tension. Even those with the toughest muscle knots will feel more relaxed after their massage session.
A Kansas native, Hancock Spine & Rehab’s chiropractor, Dr. Nathan Hands, graduated from Kansas State University and Palmer College of Chiropractic and is certified in the specialized Graston Technique. He uses this modality to heal soft-tissue injuries such as sprains, tendonitis, carpal tunnel, and tennis and golf elbow. Dr. Hands also works to improve his clients' health in all aspects of their lives, from offering tips on diet and exercise to explaining that the safest way to play football is for all the players to be in armored vehicles. In addition to his Graston Technique work, he renders more traditional chiropractic techniques facilitated by new technology.
Dr. Randy Babcock doesn?t just treat symptoms. Instead, he takes what many chiropractors call ?the whole-person approach,? identifying the underlying causes for a problem, which can also nip future problems in the bud. At Trinity Chiropractic, he uses this method to deal with back pain, herniated discs, arthritis, and inflammation. His solution may include decompression or Newlife laser treatments, which gently pull apart the spinal discs so that they reform to their original shape, or, in cases of confusion, into the shape of a laser?s spine.
At DuCharme Chiropractic, Dr. Steven A. DuCharme helps clients whose spines are aching due to injury or trying to massage themselves. Dr. DuCharme draws from extensive certification and experience in the filed of chiropractic medicine, with a specialization in treating sports injuries. A wide range of treatments and modalities assuage aching backs and chronic pain throughout the body, with procedures such as mechanical traction, decompression, and hot- and cold-pack therapy.