Dr. Brice Neff of Arizona's Family Chiropractic devotes himself to finding the source of clients' chronic aches and ailments, which maybe include a few misaligned vertebrae. A devotee of the Thompson Drop table technique, Dr. Neff uses low-force, high-velocity movements to maximize patrons' comfort during each spinal adjustment. Other back-pampering services include VibraCusser therapy, which uses piston-like techniques to relax even the deepest muscles and connective tissues. Massage loosens up muscles in a more traditional fashion, and physical therapy helps alleviate injuries sustained while participating in sports or full-contact fantasy football.
By manually manipulating his patient's spines, Doctor of Chiropractic Benjamin Johnson alleviates chronic aches and pains, improves range of motion, and restores balance to the nervous system. He and his team complement chiropractic adjustments with other wellness services, such as regimens of therapeutic exercises and nutritional suggestions.
Doctor of Chiropractic Radman Rahiminejad and his team of nine other chiropractors work to correct spinal misalignments with treatments that may include spinal decompression, physical therapy, soft-tissue massage, or a combination of all three. Massage therapists also soothe everyday stress by tapping out Morse code lullabies to spinal columns, using techniques that increase circulation and preempt future tension or pain. Weight-loss plans may utilize HCG or B-12 injections to aid in the inch-whittling process, while specialty lab testing can check for other issues such as hormone imbalances or food allergies. BackFit Health + Spine is an integrative practice, with a team of board-certified chiropractors, physicians, physical therapists, and nurse practitioners working together to improve patient health through personalized wellness solutions, including medical weight loss, pain management, and hormone replacement therapy. The Mesa location also now offers spinal decompression.
It runs in the family. Nationally certified doctor of chiropractic Michael Abromovitz follows in the homeopathic caregiving footsteps of his father, medical doctor Alan M. Abromovitz. While Alan was a founding member of the Arizona Board of Homeopathic and Integrated Medicine Examiners, Michael founded Gilbert Chiropractic and Acupuncture Clinic. There, he addresses underlying causes of symptoms, rather than just the symptoms themselves, in private treatment rooms or in a physical-therapy-treatment bay. It?s not just about taking care of a nagging injury or a chronic ache?Michael plies his trade for a more enduring and ever-present sense of health and well-being.
In order to accomplish that bigger kind of health, Michael, Alan, and their team use both high technology, such as x-rays, and the oldest technology of all, the human hands. Their talented massage therapists put to work five modalities ranging from deep tissue to trigger-point therapy. Another keystone of the practice is their spinal-decompression therapy?a chiropractic technique that expands the spine, making it easier to return bulging disks and vertebrae back in place. The technique is popular with Michael and his staff, who use it to treat everything from back pain to spinal arthritis. Their other services include acupuncture treatments, but exclude having a professional baker slather your back with blueberries and knead your back muscles like so many pie crusts.
As a health care practitioner my goal is to educate, inspire, and serve the patient with the best health care available to enhance the patient's ability to become well in the shortest amount of time possible.
I’ve seen a lot of auto injuries, work injuries, shoulder, knee neck and back pain with pain free results
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