Founded in 1948, the ChiroCenter has succeeded through the decades due in large part to the expertise of their doctors of chiropractic, the ranks of whom now include nine different chiropractors with as much as 35 years of experience. At each of the center's five offices, these doctors alleviate their patients' pain using adjusting techniques whose purposes range from improving biomechanics to reducing nervous-system interference. One such technique is the activator method, a process for fixing subluxations that involves delivering low-force, high-speed thrusts with a handheld instrument that resembles a mini pogo stick or a giant ant pogo stick. These practices treat more than just the back; benefits also include reducing fatigue and improving headaches and sciatica.
Board-certified chiropractor Joel Martenson helms Martenson Chiropractic, a holistic and natural-healthcare center where he uses applied kinesiology, functional medicine, and functional neurology to assess root causes of patient issues. He focuses on structural, chemical, and emotional wellness to treat conditions such as migraines, infertility, back pain, and allergies.
Doctor of Chiropractic Lindsay Daniels first experienced chiropractic care as a patient. After the treatment worked wonders for her spinal pain, she pursued a career as a chiropractor herself. At Go Health Chiropractic, Dr. Daniels seeks to help patients with the same ameliorative care she received as a patient years ago. Today, she lends her expertise to clients that range from athletes to families and children.
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