Surgery is a big decision. That's why True Life offers a holistic alternative to traditional medicine with noninvasive chiropractic services. Dr. Jamie Masyk helms the practice, which uses computerized infrared technology to view the nervous system and customize adjustments to the client's needs. Masyk's expertise has been sought for patients ranging in age from one hour to 97 years??though he has a fondness for treating expecting mothers.
Woolfson Eye Institute’s founder and medical director Dr. Jonathan Woolfson is a board-certified ophthalmic surgeon who has performed more than 70,000 laser vision-correction procedures. Such clinical experience has helped him earn the trust of other medical professionals; he has performed more than 300 surgeries on his fellow eye doctors and trained and certified more than 100 North American LASIK surgeons. He has also fine-tuned the eyesight of professional athletes, including Ovie Mughelli, Curtis Lofton, and Kroy Biermann of the Atlanta Falcons.
Dr. Woolfson draws upon this extensive experience each time he customizes a laser procedure to his patients’ needs. He and his staff of doctors begin every treatment with in-depth consultations, where they determine the lasers, instruments, and novelty sound effects needed to successfully enhance eyesight. Once they’ve completed their procedures, they also offer eligible patients a Lifetime Assurance Plan, granting them free lifetime access to any fine-tuning surgeries.
Doctor of Chiropractic John Ross is happy to recommend other physicians. Though he developed the signature Ross Method of chiropractic treatment and possesses 35 years of clinical experience, he insists on only accepting patients he knows he can treat. If he can't, he will send that patient to another practitioner that he trusts can remedy them. For those he accepts, Dr. Ross' holistic approach can address a range of issues with a combination of chiropractic care, nutrition, massage, and exercise. In his chiropractic consultations and exams, Dr. Ross assesses anatomical ailments and explains varieties of nutritional adjustments, exercise modifications, or vaudeville routines that may help return the body to its former state of painlessness. His staff includes a licensed massage practitioner, who eases the effects of distraught skeletons with neuromuscular massage therapy.
Rather than practicing weight-loss medicine, Blue Sky MD Chattanooga specializes in weight control. Dr. Jack Rowland and the staff of advanced registered nurse practitioners tailor all treatments around changing patients' relationships to food cravings. After a thorough physical, licensed clinicians connect patients to wellness coaches who craft personalized nutrition plans, shape workout regimens, and lend support throughout the emotional process.
Blue Sky also ensures each patient's hormones are balanced, offering additional hormone therapy to combat side effects. Besides helping patients shed pounds and maintain a healthy weight, Blue Sky can further transformations with aesthetic services such as Obagi skin system, Botox and Juvederm. The office accepts accepts insurance for their weight control and hormone therapy services.
Dynamic Medical Centers houses a medical doctor to oversee a team of physicians and nurses to address problems associated with weight loss and food sensitivity. Using the Cutera GenesisPlus laser to eliminate toenail fungus, fully-trained nurse practitioners, who are the primary treatment providers, use light technology to accommodate to fungal problems. Practitioners are also available to combat excess inches by constructing diet and exercise plans supplemented by natural and prescriptive therapies that act as appetite suppressants. One-on-one counseling helps provide encouragement and uncover the root cause of ailments, which often stem from lifestyle habits, negative reactions to particular foods, or rigorous training regimens for the dumpster-diving portion of the decathlon.
At Pinnacle Physical Medicine and Rehab, Doctor of Chiropractic Ted Showalter has seen several sides of the health industry. Before becoming a chiropractor, he spent eight years as an emergency-room nurse, observing the regular use of conventional medical techniques, such as drugs and surgery. With those observations in mind, he began chiropractic school and began to view the body not as a sum of parts, but as a whole, a self-contained system designed to keep itself healthy.
A chiropractor since 1999, Dr. Showalter has gathered an arsenal of noninvasive procedures designed to rid bodies of pain and keep them functioning at their peaks. Apart from spinal adjustments and massages, he checks the body for toxins and helps curb smoking and other addictions with auriculotherapy.