While Dr. Karrie Vander Sluis' tenure as a board-certified athletic trainer was rewarding, her interests shifted toward the art of chiropractic treatments. She went to Palmer College of Chiropractic to become a chiropractor, and now spends her days adjusting spines and extremities to alleviate patients’ bad backs, tingling limbs, and migraines in the fun, welcoming environment of her own office. Her experience in athletic training and physical rehabilitation helped her build comprehensive treatment program that allow patients to hold adjustments longer between visits, decreasing the amount of time needed for relief and stabilization of the problem area. Dr. Karrie's chiropractic skills have even taken her to Brazil, where she delivered treatment to underprivileged patients.
The staff at Anderson Family Chiropractic employs five traditional chiropractic methods—Activator, Diversified, Gonstead, Palmer, and Thompson techniques—to alleviate chronic aches. Clients can also receive pain relief during a physiotherapy session, where the therapists use high-tech approaches to easing discomfort. Meanwhile, at the adjustable subluxation station, doctors scan the spine and provide insight into the patient's muscle function and nerve system. Anderson Family Chiropractic rounds out its wellness services with nutrition counseling and Magic Eye–seeing pointers.
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.