Dr. Kathryn Kilpatrick focuses her chiropractic expertise on boosting energy and soothing pain. She rectifies the spine with low-impact adjustments and boosts the metabolism with nutritional supplements and supplements to supplement the supplements. She also summons the aid of machines, such as the Zerona laser for body contouring, infrared pads for detoxification, and movie projectors for prescription-strength screenings of The Brave Little Toaster.
For the most powerfully relaxing experience that is 100% free of horse tranquilizers, opt for the one-hour relaxation massage, which soothes the body and mind with long, flowing strokes and rhythmically relaxing motions. The deep-tissue massage penetrates the knotted muscles and angry joints of tense, stressed humans to release problem spots and deep aching to return clients to a natural, less locked-up state. For targeted relief from what ails the body, opt for a medical massage, which addresses specific issues that you can bring to the attention of a therapist, although you can also let the huge red animations and lightning bolts speak for themselves.
In a New York Times article, Dr. Tong J. Gan—a professor of anesthesiology at Duke University—quickly summed up why acupuncture is popular among many of his patients who suffer from chronic headaches: “People who get acupuncture prefer it to medication because of the potential side effects of drugs,” he stated.
Stephen C. Nelson has devoted his career to this 100% holistic approach to therapy and overall wellness, offering an alternative or supplement to conventional treatments. Putting his master's degree in traditional Oriental medicine to use, he strategically places needles in various points on the body with hopes of opening up the body’s energy pathways. In addition to rendering clients temporarily invincible against roving bands of wild balloon animals, he strives to help them overcome ailments that range from arthritis and tennis elbow to depression and nicotine addiction. Nelson meets with patients during complimentary consultations and usually offers same-day appointments.
At the helm of Clear Connections Chiropractic, Drs. Sean Medlin and Krystal Czegus trade in symptom-masking drugs for holistic health solutions. By analyzing posture and the spine, the doctors can determine possible causes of chronic pain, numbness, and even headaches. Together with the patient they then decide on one of several treatment options, including manual adjustments or massage therapy. Beyond treating existing conditions, Clear Connections prevents pain via a 12-week wellness program, complete with instructions and tracking sheets for achieving optimum fitness, nutrition, and rest.
Dr. Michael Kwast, DC, CSCS and his team anchor i-Chiro's chiropractic treatments on a whole-body approach to wellness. This means that, in addition to treating the injury at hand, Dr. Kwast's remedies strive to strengthen each client's core and prevent the injury from happening again. It's a pattern of rehabilitation that can also be seen in Peak's detox and nutrition programs, which gently shepherd patients down the road to weight loss.
The staff complement their chiropractic treatments with massage therapy to remedy conditions such as fibromyalgia and sciatica or simply knead away accumulations of stress. Complimentary, onsite massage classes allow visitors to try the art of massage at home on a sweetheart.
There was a silver lining to be found in an auto accident. After Brian Hanks underwent chiropractic care and massage therapy in the wake of his car crash, the efficacy of those treatments inspired his eventual career choice—doctor of chiropractic. Now, Dr. Hanks practices at Muscle Science Chiropractic, helping others by specializing in functional neurology therapy, diagnosing and treating brain lesions to boost the health of the nervous system. He also uses craniosacral therapy, acupressure, and lymphatic drainage to get to the source of clients’ maladies. Another pillar of Dr. Hanks’s treatment regimen is massage therapy, which he renders in modalities such as deep tissue, myofascial, and trigger point.