Living Well Chiropractic's spine-savvy staff is helmed by Dr. Vivian Ebert, whose 30 years of chiropractic experience and continuing education, including advanced courses in extreme adjusting and rehabilitation, help her to mend and massage backs. The team treats a variety of conditions, including headaches, lower- and mid-back pain, and injuries stemming from automobile accidents, work, or sports. Their motto, "Eat well, think well, move well," applies directly to their method of care—they first assuage immediate pain, then work to maintain spine stability through physical therapy and rehab so that the patient can resume his or her favorite activities. The office prides itself on catering to its patient's needs—the team strictly enforces a "no-wait" policy and recites Shakespearean monologues upon request.
Along with adjusting vertebrae, Living Well's staff focuses on patients' overall health. The center's six-week weight-loss program helps to restore metabolism through better nutrition and one-on-one counseling, telephone, and email support. On Saturdays at 9 a.m., Dr. Ebert can be found heading up her newly formed walking club, “Walk for Health", a free 1–5 mile jaunt or slow-motion hopscotch through town.
Massage therapist Janet Llerena received her certification more than a decade ago, honing her skills in both relaxation and rehabilitative massage ever since. Her services range from corrective soft-tissue therapy and deep-tissue massage for injuries to relaxing Swedish massages and treatments with hot stones.
The care offered at our office goes beyond a temporary fix of your problem. Through wellness education and exploration of new resources you will be able to transform your stress, pain and other problems into gifts that will create new life possibilities!
Specializing in upper-cervical chiropractic care, Doctors of Chiropractic Drew-Montez and Kanema Clark help foster improved communication between the brain and the body. Embracing the concentration of upper-cervical chiropractic care, the Clarks focus on the relationships of the first two bones in the neck and the brains stem. The doctors use digital technology to analyze posture and leg length, identifying imbalances in the nervous system and spine, which they then correct through precise adjustments.
Board-certified acupuncturists Dominic and Carly Leotti believe that everyone should benefit from acupuncture. They operate on a sliding pay scale, allowing clients to pay whatever they can for the group healing sessions. This sentiment of universality is reinforced in the treatment room itself, where a cluster of draped, plush chairs welcome visitors. Here, clients relax together, letting thin, sterile needles in their arms, hands, and feet direct their body’s healing while exuding collectively good vibes.
Led by Doctor of Chiropractic Rob Watkins, the skilled team at SWFL Spinal Care tends to patients' muscular and skeletal systems with chiropractic treatments, massage, ultrasound and stimulation therapies, and heat and ice treatments. Therapeutic or medical massage treatments help to ease tension while potentially bolstering the immune system or helping to control blood pressure, and electrical-stimulation therapies prompt the body to send endorphins via its internal system of keys tied to kites tied to Ben Franklins. A protein-based weight-loss program also assists clients in achieving more svelte silhouettes, helping to suppress the appetite while maintaining muscle mass.