Jay Heaverlo is no stranger to hard work. After attaining his master’s of science in traditional Chinese medicine, the licensed acupuncturist traveled to China to advance his studies and improve his language skills. He now leads Midwest Acupuncture Clinic, a center that focuses on treating medical problems at their root with herbal medicine and acupuncture. Jay helps his clients gain relief from conditions that range from arthritis and indigestion to headaches brought on by stress or by greeting others with head butts.
Drs. Heather Yost and Dr. Jessa Kane want to help their clients along the road to health, better mobility, and wellness. At Yost Family Chiropractic, where they adjust spines and offer nutritional counseling, acupuncture, and massage, they help patients coping with chronic pain, stress, and injuries. They work to find the root of problems instead of just dealing with the symptoms. Adults, children, and infants alike are treated in the warm and welcoming clinic, and both doctors specialize in prenatal and child care.
The health pros at Absolute Body Cleanse And Detox use a variety of methods to purify a body that’s been tainted with toxins. Footbaths rely on ionic energy to draw substances such as heavy metal or yeast out through the pores, while nutritional supplements can promote cleansing of the digestive tracts and organ systems. The herbal body wrap also helps to detox, while slimming and toning. The use of the Compass biofeedback system offers insight into what areas of function might be lacking and how they might be remedied.
The team at CML Health Centers believes that a person's overall health can sometimes be seen in how they treat their car. They say that when patients come to them, "they often wait until the point of crisis, as opposed to maintaining good health?True healthcare [is like] taking your car in every 3,000 miles to have the oil and tires checked, rather than waiting till the whole thing breaks down." The team at CML Health Centers helps patients avoid these crisis points with expert preventative care.
Through straight-forward, thorough assessments the provider will evaluate patients' posture, function and symptoms to pinpoint problem areas. This collection of data also serves as an objective measure so that along the continuum of care, both provider and patient can measure improvement. The team prides itself on listening to patients and putting their comfort as a top priority. In addition to massage, active rehabilitation and chiropractic sessions that work to relieve pain, aches, and other conditions, CML offers nutritional supplements and lifestyle workshops.
From his office in Johnston, Doctor of Chiropractic Kyle Ellensohn applies a wealth of chiropractic knowledge to soothe clients with achy spines and chronic injuries. He employs a light, specific-prone technique during adjustments to gently remove air pockets between the vertebrae, which let out a faint popping sound and occasional "yee-haw." Dr. Ellensohn is also trained in acupuncture, which he uses to help relieve aches and increase energy flow by strategically inserting fine needles into the body.
Dr. Lindsey Calvert-Downey’s first brush with chiropractic medicine was at the age of 14. She went to see a chiropractor after sustaining several injuries showing horses, and the results made her a firm believer in the practice. Now at the helm of her own clinic, she helps alleviate her clients’ pain and treats fertility issues using chiropractic adjustments, spinal-decompression treatments, and acupuncture sessions. Dr. Calvert-Downey also holds a certificate in animal chiropractic, with a special interest in realigning the spines of dogs, horses, and stuffed animals that have been hugged too tightly.