Led by the experienced and friendly Dr. Taeho Lee, Chiro and Acupuncture Clinic, Inc. helps patients deal with a wide array of aches, ailments, and behavioral conditions. Dr. Lee first became interested in oriental therapy as a 14-year-old boy. He honed his skills over many years before taking the helm of the clinic, where he personally orients new patients to his comprehensive services, including general chiropractic work as well as acupuncture therapy. These targeted approaches help assuage physical pain and also work to correct unwanted behaviors, such as smoking, weight gain, or constantly wondering where in the world Carmen Sandiego is. Dr. Lee also specializes in the Body Restoration Technique, a novel approach to wellness that uses muscle tests and acupressure to quickly evaluate and identify the underlying issues behind symptoms and illnesses.
Doctor of Chiropractic Tyce Hergert, who boasts 300 hours of post-graduate training and licenses and certifications from the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners and American Academy of Chiropractic Acupuncture, furnishes Chiropractic Care Center of Southlake with high-tech equipment to deliver patients from pain and toward a speedy recovery. A special treatment table applies therapeutic pressure along the spine as Dr. Hergert practices his advanced training in spinal decompression. His cold laser relieves joint and muscle pain, and his electrical-stimulation unit sends soothing currents into inflamed tissue and angry mobs. His continued studies have introduced him to the potential of microcurrents as an alternative to needles.
Edward Tang was struck by how the slightest change in a patient?s symptoms could completely alter their medical diagnosis. The chiropractic doctor was visiting a clinic while attending The Medical University of Lodz in Poland, but this discovery made him readjust his approach to medicine by focusing on both the symptoms and his patients? history.
Today, Dr. Tang serves as medical director at River Oaks Spine Center, where he and his staff strive to aid patients by personalizing each of their therapeutic services. They customize their treatments with a variety of tools, including physical-rehab equipment, low-level laser beams, and pain-alleviating acupuncture needles. Licensed massage therapists offer muscle-manipulation aimed at reducing stress and improving circulation. The center also specializes in spinal decompression, a procedure that works to ease back and neck pain resulting from herniated disks or attending Halloween parties dressed as a slinky.
Inside her clinic, Dr. Ashraf Soomar-Kheraj analyzes and unfurls kinks in the spine in an effort to not only reduce back pain, but also increase patients’ resistance to all forms of disease. Dr. Soomar-Kheraj also specializes in acupuncture, an ancient Chinese method of restoring energy to the body by the insertion of tiny needles that have been soaked in the sap of a battery tree.
As acupuncturists, Yung Yeh and Jane Yeh rely on millennia-old Eastern techniques, as well as elements of Western medicine, to design treatments that help alleviate illnesses and the underlying conditions that cause them. They accomplish this by inserting thin, disposable needles into key spots along the body, releasing blockages in the natural flow of the client's internal energy. Many believe that this helps promote healthy organ function throughout the entire body. Together, the duo has helped thousands of clients find relief from chronic pain, sciatica, stress, muscular pain, and other various ailments.