Doctor of Chiropractic Malka Carlucci believes in old-school bedside manner—she personally sees every patient who comes into her office and never hurries them through their appointments. Instead, she discusses their symptoms and history in detail before conducting chiropractic exams. When paired with adjustments, these visits strive to address both chronic and acute pain stemming from a wide range of conditions.
Dr. Carlucci treats injuries and whiplash with the same meticulous care as she does headaches, joint soreness, and carpal-tunnel syndrome, as well as long-term back and neck pain. Her services also include therapeutic exercises and medical massage, which can steadily repair and soothe muscles. Lifestyle and nutrition advice complete many of her holistic treatment programs.
At Action Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Brian Ewell extols the body's ability to heal itself. That's why, in helping patients overcome pain, he doesn't use any medications or surgical techniques. Instead, he locates the sources of pain during thorough evaluations and relieves them with gentle, low-risk adjustments and massages—noninvasive techniques that are informed by Dr. Ewell's more than 16 years of experience.
As a former rugby player and collegiate football player, Doctor of Chiropractic Bradley Anderson knows something about soreness. But his patients don't have to be elite athletes to benefit from his arsenal of drug-free healing techniques. At Salt Lake Sports Chiropractic, he combines his chiropractic training with a master's degree in sports science to restore bodies of all ages to their peak physical function. He achieves this goal with noninvasive lasers that heal inflammation and injuries, hands-on adjustments, and rehabilitative exercises.
Out-of-whack backs find comfort under the trained hands at Realignment Spine Center. The team of massage therapists works out kinks during Swedish massages, which employ long, gliding strokes and a dollop of essential oil. Guests can up the experience a notch with the use of aromatherapy and hot towels.
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As a triathlete and chiropractor who has worked with various professional athletes, Doctor of Chiropractic Michael Cerami knows that treating an athlete is different than treating a regular patient, as athletes are under great physical demands and often have limited time to recover from injury. That's why, at Utah Sports And Wellness, he combines what he calls "energy medicine" with muscle testing, bio mechanics, and soft-tissue work to treat athletic injuries and curb the need for surgery. He recommends various supplements, frequency-specific-microcurrent therapy, and the use of his hyperbaric oxygen chamber to keep athletes in peak physical condition and playing in the game, instead of sitting on the sidelines eating dandelions.:m]]
Salt Lake Sport & Spine combines chiropractic care with Active Release Technique. ART treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis elbow are all conditions we treat.