Doctor of Chiropractic Adam Maddox knows how to restore a spine's curvature using clinical biophysics, and he has the certification to prove it. He first studied the technique during his fellowship, learning that you needed spinal traction to restore the spine's curvature and then a personalized exercise program to strengthen the muscles and atom-sized Atlases that support everyone's spine. Today, at his clinic, Ideal Health Chiropractic, Dr. Maddox continues to practice the nonsurgical spinal-correction technique alongside other chiropractic services such as nutritional counseling, physical therapy, and Webster-technique-aided spinal adjustments.
When Doctor of Chiropractic Daniel Cocks describes himself as a student of the Gonstead school, he's not taking a shot at his alma maters Life University and Sherman College of Chiropractic, he just has an affinity for the Gonstead technique. As a result, he meticulously inspects each patient's body using x-rays, palpations, and his own eyes before devising a personalized course of action. He supplements his efforts with custom orthotics, life coaching, and exercise routines at his clinic, White Marsh Spine and Health Center.
Under the guidance of clinic director Dr. Timothy Gober, DC, the wellness professionals at White Marsh Healthcare and Physical Medicine help patients to identify food intolerances with the ALCAT blood test. During this test, a technician introduces assorted foods, additives, colorings, and chemicals to a vial of drawn blood and observes the reaction under a microscope.