At Dunsky Rehabilitation and Spine Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Joshua Dunsky applies a whole person approach to each of his patients. Instead of treating them based solely on their x-rays or relation to Stretch Armstrong, he inquires about lifestyle habits and diet to gain a full picture of health. From there, he recommends treatments that can include nonsurgical spinal decompression, massages, or corrective exercises. To accommodate busy schedules, the center offers morning hours and stays open until 7 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Since graduating from New York Chiropractic College in the mid 1980s, doctor of chiropractic Peter G. Hill developed an itch for understanding and treating automotive- and sports-related injuries. To scratch it, he attends conferences and forums on concussions, which are typically less conspicuous than other injuries such as a whiplashed neck or deflated ego. Alongside injury recovery, Dr. Hill addresses all kinds of aches and pains with adjustments, muscle work, physical therapies, and nutritional counseling.
Doctor of Chiropractic Todd Whittemore’s familiarity with chiropractic care dates back to the adjustments he received before he was 10. Years later, chiropractic adjustments came in handy again after a hockey injury damaged his ability to breathe, which a chiropractor remedied. By this time, Dr. Whittemore had already graduated from college and was working as an engineer. But the success of the treatment for that rib, along with subsequent treatments for his ankles, inspired him to enroll in chiropractic school.
As a former engineer, Dr. Whittemore has a head for structure and function, and he applies this knowledge while examining the spine for structural deficiencies. Stow Family Chiropractic's high-tech diagnostic equipment picks up whatever his eyes can't see. Computer analyses reveal any roadblocks in the nervous system, and x-rays paint a picture of backbones, showing any deterioration or slipped disks that might be impinging on the nerves or on patients’ ability to carry their cars to work.
The founder of Newton Chiropractic and Wellness Centre, Dr. Julie Burke and Dr. John Coleman believe that health is best pursued by reducing the risk of pain and illness rather than merely treating symptoms. With their fellow professionals, they help keep patrons limber and hale with NSA spinal adjustments, massage, HydroMassage and detox services. After helping with physical ailments, wellness coaching helps guests further enhance their quality of life, rethinking diets, exercise regimens, and the amount of time spent cursing at pigeons. Newton Chiropractic and Wellness Centre practices a unique “gentle touch” form of chiropractic, known as Network Spinal Analysis (NSA).
Although Doctor of Chiropractic Cameron Macewen of Tritown Chiropractic Offices has been granted hospital privileges at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island, patients won't find any needles or sutures in his office. Instead, he relies on the patients' own body to help relieve pain. During exams, he locates subluxations in the spine that usually point to the source of the pain and eases them out with noninvasive spinal adjustments and rehabilitation therapy. These techniques are designed to trigger the body's self-healing process, eschewing the need for medication.
Stacy McCain, help patients to maintain healthy, pain-free lives with non-invasive chiropractic care. Sufferers of stiffness, low back pain, or migraine headaches may reap the benefits of thorough chiropractic examinations, which send the doctors sleuthing over spinalscapes in search of bulging disks and stuck-on “Kick Me” signs. The treatments emphasize progressive rehabilitation, a method which allows doctor and patient to work together to track the effectiveness of treatments.