The team members at Sloan’s Lake Chiropractic aims to improve upon modern health care’s reliance on drugs. They operate under the premise that medications are catchall tools designed to treat pain by numbing the body. Rather than introducing numbness to the body, the chiropractors at Sloan’s Lake seek out pain at its source. To do so, they examine the alignment of the spine and neck with hands and x-rays, looking for pinched nerves that can cause headaches, neck pain, or back pain.
After receiving his MBA and a doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Chris Tomshack opened his own practice. But one wasn't enough. He needed a real challenge, so he opened two more—all while studying the successes of other industries. With this knowledge and experience stowed safely in his hippocampus's glovebox, he eventually launched his own nationwide franchise: HealthSource Chiropractic and Progressive Rehab.
Today, his chiropractors work alongside massage therapists and rehab experts as they craft custom action plans to help their patients overcome common ailments—such as neck pain and headaches—as well as severe conditions. Their Progressive Rehab method combines chiropractic techniques with rehabilitation therapies to relieve nerve pressure and pain. When they aren't nudging rebellious vertebrae, staffers stock a gourmet coffee bar with complimentary treats that always know just what to say.
A family-focused clinic, Alpine Wellness Chiropractic & Massage Therapy has solutions and treatments for clients of every age—including newborns. Doctors of Chiropractic Denesa Pozner and Janea Rather helm the office, each skilled in a variety of treatments, including chiropractic adjustments, corrective exercises, and physiotherapy procedures such as ultrasounds. Dr. Rather's love of running and triathlons has focused her work on athletic injuries that she treats with myofascial and soft-tissue work, while Dr. Pozner tackles a variety of pediatric conditions, combating ailments that range from bedwetting and ear infections to scoliosis and torticollis. She encourages expectant mothers to stop in for prenatal chiropractic care that may help prevent complications.