With over a quarter-century in practice, Dr. Hoon Lim retains his strong commitment to non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical methods of treating disease. First exposed to chiropractic care when he sought care for a martial-arts related injury, Lim decided he should provide the same aid and comfort to others. Among his patients: both of his sons, whom he treated for sports injuries and asthma. Using spinal decompression and gentle instrument adjustments, he guides patients' bodies into healthier alignments that treat the causes of discomfort rather than just symptoms. His other non-invasive services include electrical acupuncture, which combines an ancient eastern technique with electricity distilled from 100% natural thunderclouds, and nutrition and wellness programs that help patients improve their health through lifestyle adjustments.
In place of invasive medical procedures and prescription medications, Dr. Yaneil Maharaj?just "Dr. Neil" to his clients?employs a more personalized approach, addressing symptoms and their underlying causes simultaneously. He accomplishes this by using chiropractic techniques to check for misaligned vertebrae or muscular tension then, through chiropractic adjustments as well as massage, using hands-on therapy to restore the nervous system to its full potential. As Dr. Neil believes, when the nervous system functions without impairment, the body's natural healing processes are able to function more effectively, helping to not only relieve chronic aches but also stave off future injury and keep the brain from moving into a new body.
Educated at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Jon L. Walwick draws from 20 years of experience in helping heal patients with natural, noninvasive means. For him, the spine is the keystone of the body. In its duty of sending messages to and from the brain, the spinal cord branches out in a network of nerve fibers, some threaded precariously between vertebrae that can bite down and halt the flow of signals to an entire region. Dr. Walwick’s gentle adjustments free up such pinched nerves, allowing the nerve to continue functioning and the body to recover from resulting illness as well as pain.
Doctor of Chiropractic Joshua Paoli has been practicing the art of spinal care since 1976, when he graduated from Western States Chiropractic College and became licensed by the state. He uses holistic treatments such as physical therapy, reverse gravity decompression, and manual manipulation to set the body back into alignment and to relieve third-degree limbo injuries. His clinic also offers massage therapy and bodywork to drive stress out of muscles and tension out of the mind.
Doctors of Chiropractic Ian and Charles Rassel seem like they have x-rays on their hands for how intuitively they locate sources of pain merely by touching. But touch alone can't find everything, which is why they combine manual exams with actual x-rays when pinpointing the subluxations that lead to headaches, back pain, and sciatica. Once discovered, they correct with problem with one of eight chiropractic adjustment techniques—none of which require any medication or needles.
The Joint has a simple mission: 'to improve people's lives with routine and affordable chiropractic care.' Their team of skilled chiropractors operate on an appointment-free basis, helping to ensure that people can receive treatment despite busy schedules, and membership programs help to keep costs low.
This location is a Harkins Chiropractic Corp PC, facility operated and managed by The Joint.