Led by the experienced and friendly Dr. Taeho Lee, Chiro and Acupuncture Clinic, Inc. helps patients deal with a wide array of aches, ailments, and behavioral conditions. Dr. Lee first became interested in oriental therapy as a 14-year-old boy. He honed his skills over many years before taking the helm of the clinic, where he personally orients new patients to his comprehensive services, including general chiropractic work as well as acupuncture therapy. These targeted approaches help assuage physical pain and also work to correct unwanted behaviors, such as smoking, weight gain, or constantly wondering where in the world Carmen Sandiego is. Dr. Lee also specializes in the Body Restoration Technique, a novel approach to wellness that uses muscle tests and acupressure to quickly evaluate and identify the underlying issues behind symptoms and illnesses.
The staff of Core Activated Rehab would likely agree with the old saying, “A little goes a long way.” Led by Dr. Jason Mareno, the chiropractic team encourages clients to take small steps and make minor changes to treat everything from injuries to migraines and stress. Most preliminary appointments begin with a thorough chiropractic checkup to determine if there are spinal misalignments, extra shoulder blades, or other potentials problems before the doctor diagnoses and devises a treatment plan. Such plans include sessions with the on-staff massage therapist or changes to dietary and lifestyle patterns. The crew also specializes in sport-specific injuries and treats amateur and professional athletes of all ages.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jay M. Harrison of Lifetime Family Health Center believes in treating the underlying issues of pain and illness instead of focusing on the symptoms. This is why he employs chiropractic medicine, nutritional support, massage, and exercise to help restore his patients' health.
“It is our mission to provide the highest standard of Chiropractic care to our patients and our community. We understand and appreciate the fact that no two individuals are the same and as such, each persons treatment must reflect their specific needs.