Glendale Chiro Care's treatment center feels more like a day spa than a medical office. Warm yellow walls lit with soft ceiling lights guide patients to the front desk, where a friendly staff member sits surrounded by therapeutic products, wood-stained furniture, and electric guitars. Relaxation is paramount in the treatment rooms, where Doctor of Chiropractic Gassia Titizian eases any anxieties about her methods before she and her staff ease bodily stresses with acupuncture, chiropractic, nutrition-counseling, and massage treatments. They tend to patients of all ages, including children and those who've just given birth or swallowed an entire watermelon.
Ocean Spa's main studio looks as though a massage party will break out at any moment. Eight beds—each draped in red and white bedding—huddle together, emulating the communal healing experiences common in the Far East. But clients with privacy predilections can opt for a private treatment room separate from the main area. Either way, the experienced massage therapists apply palms and knuckles to muscle knots, tending to tension with custom, full-body strokes. In addition, the team also specializes in reflexology, the practice of addressing bodily ailments through the hands and soles of the feet.
Licensed acupuncturist Arthur Sardoni specializes in pain control and sports injuries at Acudome Acupuncture Center. The disposable, pre-sterilized needles used to direct the flow of chi in the body are thinner than human hair, and typically cause no pain. Acudome clients come in for treatment on a variety of symptoms, including orthopedic problems, digestive disorders, psychological disorders, and reproductive problems. Massage therapy, cupping, and herbal remedies are also available at the acupuncture center.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
Instead of controlling pain with surgeries, the team at Morovati Wellness and Sports Injury helps to banish it completely with a noninvasive treatment that causes, at most, a tingling sensation—gentle electrical pulses. The pulses emanate from the electro-acuscope, which alleviates pain by stimulating injured areas and prompting their cells to regenerate naturally.
Helmed by two chiropractors—Dr. Anthony Morovati and Dr. Janine Abramian-Morovati—the clinic also approaches pain from a more spine-focused perspective. Their FDA-approved, non-invasive SpineMed decompression system helps restore balance to the nervous system, much like learning to slouch backward as well as forward. Myofascial trigger point therapy and herbal medicine round out the clinic's pain-minimizing offerings. For a more aesthetic form of relief, the center also helps remove stubborn fat deposits with the noninvasive Lipo-Light system.
The Joint has a simple mission: 'to improve people's lives with routine and affordable chiropractic care.' Their team of skilled chiropractors operate on an appointment-free basis, helping to ensure that people can receive treatment despite busy schedules, and membership programs help to keep costs low.
This location is a Harkins Chiropractic Corp PC, facility operated and managed by The Joint.