Active Care Health Center is a wellness center specializing in chiropractic care, rehabilitation, and massage therapy. All of the chiropractors and massage therapists on staff are licensed and experienced. Active Care believes in providing individualized care to every patient to maximize treatment benefits.
Chiropractic care at The Wellness Group of America has three phases: treatment for relief, treatment to correct the underlying problem, and treatment to prevent further injury. Dr. Uchenna Onyeani handles each of these steps in line with his years of experience in chiropractic care, treating each client with a holistic approach. He leads a team of experienced wellness practitioners, including massage therapists and chiropractors, a psychologist, an acupuncturist, a yoga instructor, and a nutritional counselor. Together, these alternative health experts get to the root of their clients' pain—whether resulting from muscle ailments, spinal issues, or a favorite childhood cartoon being cancelled—and treat them with a range of drugless approaches and holistic services. Many of these therapies can be tailored especially to men, women, or children.
Holistic techniques meet contemporary technology at Partners in Healing, where practitioners aim to improve clients' overall well-being through a balanced, multidisciplinary approach. The center's bodywork sessions often incorporate Swedish, deep-tissue, or hot-stone massage modalities, treating the chronic pains caused by tension-laden musculature along the way. These sessions may also incorporate reflexology, Reiki, or pranic healing techniques to restore balance to the body's natural energy flow. For a more technological approach to wellness, practitioners also harness infrared light energy to improve clients' skin tone, shrink adipose cells, and reveal any images tattooed with invisible ink.
In high school, Doctor of Chiropractic John Kiriakatis sustained an injury that he thought would stall his track-running career, but, after a handful of visits to a chiropractor, he was back to running laps. That sparked his interest in the practice and, for 15 years, he has been a chiropractor himself. He works to realign and strengthen the spinal column, relieving nerves, muscles, ligaments, joints, and bones that may be under stress. He supplements his exams with diet and exercise recommendations, as well as chiropractic treatments, to have his clients moving pain-free.
The doctors at Complete Chiropractic relieve everyday aches and painful injuries with a combination of traditional techniques and advanced technology. The battery of equipment allows them to perform spinal traction to space out vertebrae, which can relieve pressure and reduce spasms. In private rooms, massage therapists draw upon the Graston technique. This method, which was developed by athletes, uses steel instruments to heal the fibrosis and inflammation often associated with sports injuries and falling asleep in bumper cars. When they aren't kneading sinews and cracking backs, staffers use acupuncture, kinesio taping, and cold-laser therapy to stimulate nervous systems, stabilize joints, and promote healing.