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.
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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.
When applying their medical weight loss or physical medicine programs, the doctors at Apple Medical Centers know that a surface symptom is often a signal that there's a greater, underlying health issue. They use natural solutions and medical precision to relieve the symptoms, and strive to cure problems at their root causes to ensure patients are completely discomfort free.
On the battlefield, there's no time to linger in the waiting room or wait in line at the pharmacy. Soldiers need fast and effective treatment in order to get back to helping their fellow fighters. It was in this high-stakes atmosphere that Ross Penny learned the ropes of medicine as a combat medic in the first Gulf War. As the conflict ended, Penny bolstered his skills by earning licenses in massage and neuromuscular therapy and easing pain in patients with soft-tissue injuries through a balance of Western medicine and Eastern healing traditions.
Although the therapist channels his 26 years of diverse experience into a range of bodily treatments, he specializes in the technique of neuromuscular therapy. Steady pressure on focused muscle groups mends six physiological factors linked with pain, which range from poor nutrition to posture problems. As tension melts away, ailments such as lower back pain, TMJ disorder, and chronic moonwalk dancing may begin to ease their agonizing hold on the patient's body.
It shouldn’t cost a fortune to erase your regrets. So goes the philosophy of Jerry Manning, the founder of and certified laser specialist at New Image Laser Skin Center. Using a water pistol filled with whiteout and a Q-switched laser with multiple wavelengths, each aimed at a different kind of pigment, Manning helps his patrons fade their unwanted artwork. He also helps cancer survivors to erase the marks of their struggles, providing free removal of radiation tattoos. Alternatively, his lasers can remove the natural marks of aging during fractional-laser skin resurfacing, which boosts collagen production to smooth wrinkles, plump skin, and recreate a youthful glow.