The therapists at Idaho Spine and Sports Physical Therapy allow patients return to full mobility after injuries and surgery using noninvasive treatments. Each of their techniques—such as massages and Astym—are designed to work circulation into injured tissue to expedite the healing process. Working one-on-one with patients, the team integrates their treatments to suit specific conditions and age groups.
From the outside, Stillwater Float Center's flotation tanks look a little like spaceships. And, like spaceships, once clients climb inside and spread themselves over the warm, buoyant water, they experience a sensation akin to floating in complete, silent weightlessness. Clients don't have to deprive all of their senses to benefit from soothing float sessions, though, as the tanks come equipped with optional interior lights.
Hypnotherapist Jessica Hixson knows the power of mind over matter. That is why she taps into her patients' minds to solve tough problems. During sessions, she guides the subconscious into a new pattern of thinking, to help people stop smoking, lose weight, and reduce their stress caused by trying to hypnotize themselves. Sessions also help with pain management for such ailments as migraines or IBS.
Doctors of Chiropractic Timothy Dudley and Ryan Weed employ a low-level cold laser to help their patients find relief from pain and reduce their recovery time. They also offer manual spinal adjustments and corrective exercises. It isn’t just back pain that pulls people into the office, however. Clients also seek help for migraines, achy necks, and overworked wings.
The attentive specialists at Advanced Soft Tissue Center, located inside Allante Family Medicine, meet with patients one-on-one to identify and treat the root causes of chronic pain. Non-invasive treatments such as massage and myofascial-release therapy target the body’s underlying web of connective tissues, working to ease aches and release trapped Doctor Octopuses in an average of four visits.
After graduating from Los Angeles Chiropractic College, Dr. Craig Ellison brought a holistic approach to the back treatments he was licensed to perform. He uses the Activator method, a noninvasive technique that emphasizes speed instead of force during chiropractic adjustments to treat both children and adults. Aided by a battery of equipment, including an electromyography scanner, the doctor of chiropractic works to aid in recovery after injuries, accidents, and weekends spent helping Wile E. Coyote move into a new apartment. In addition to adjustments, Dr. Ellison empowers his patients with at-home corrective exercises and nutritional supplements.