Dr. Kevin Davis leads the team at Raleigh Chiropractic PA, performing chiropractic services that can set bodies to their correct stance, and massage therapy that can make muscles seem like real muscles again. Their goal for all of their patients is long-term health, and so they focus on the details?tracking the results from each adjustment, observing the effects of their care over time, and counting to make sure patients have the same number of vertebrae with each visit.
Dr. Jeff Lissenden—known as Dr. Jeff to his patients—helps clients overcome back and neck pain through alternative treatments that eschew pharmaceuticals and surgery. A personal trainer and graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Dr. Jeff possesses more than 20 years of experience in helping restore bodies that have become misaligned due to injury, chronic misuse, or one too many group shots in photo booths. During first visits, he thoroughly assesses each patient to develop a tailored treatment plan, which may include a variety of hands-on chiropractic techniques and massage to help reduce pain. He also offers specialized care to help patients recover from injuries caused by auto accidents. Beyond restoring bodily alignment, Dr. Jeff oversees a hormone-balancing weight-loss program that has helped some of his patients lose as much as a pound per day.
At Liringis Chiropractic’s two locations, Drs. Steve Liringis and LaTanya Bowman nudge pained physiques closer to ache-free existence with general chiropractic care, corrective exercises, lifestyle advice, and nutritional counseling. Dr. Liringis's first taste of chiropractic care came after he suffered a neck injury playing touch football and one of his teammates remedied the soreness with an adjustment. His continued fascination with the medicinal field led him to graduate from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1979 and found Liringis Chiropractic in 1980. Joining Dr. Liringis in his fight against chronic pain, Dr. Bowman calls upon her experience in sports medicine to help patients achieve optimal health without having to swallow pills, eat a bushel of apples daily, or devour an entire treadmill.
In practice since 1982, Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Willen builds on treating spines with services that can help fibromyalgia, fight chronic-fatigue syndrome, and assist pro athletes in recovering from injuries. At Diet Triad, the doctor sets his sights on helping patients achieve weight-loss goals through a combination of education, detoxification, and exercise. Oxygen-enhanced workouts and whole-body-vibration sessions can obliterate calories and boost circulation, and seminars and one-on-one sessions with health professionals teach clients how to set their hormones into fat-burning mode. Ionic foot treatments pull out potentially harmful toxins, and supplements nourish the body's vital systems with healthful nutrients.
For nearly three decades, Dr. Brad J. Buxton has kept his office up to speed on emerging chiropractic tools and techniques. In his office, the traditional image of chiropractors cracking and popping backbones is replaced by a tableau of computer-guided decompression and adjustment therapies. The office’s ProAdjuster sensors analyze the spine, revealing subluxations and graphically charting the results on a monitor. During DTS decompression treatments, clients relax on the padded traction table while a computer-controlled belt and harness system gently elongates the spine. The resulting vacuum produced inside the expanding disks draws in oxygen to decrease inflammation, which can ease discomfort from injuries.
The practitioner at Advance Wellness Chiropractic takes a six-pronged approach to health. This double hat trick of treatments includes keeping the body's structure in alignment, electromagnetic therapy, nutritional advice, emotional therapy, detoxification, and the addressing of allergies with supplements. The chiropractor here evaluates each patient on an individual basis to create a treatment plan that matches their needs.