From back or neck pain to general feelings of malaise, both physical and emotional woes go under examination at Foundation Chiropractic, where Dr. Ryan Adams takes a whole-person approach to seek underlying causes of discomfort. His toolbox is filled with a variety of treatments that can relieve pain, restore balance, and boost overall well-being, rather than simply mitigating symptoms. With the help of his experienced staff, he coddles the spinal column with adjustments, eases muscle and joint hurts with kinesio tape, and disposes of scar tissue with myofascial manipulation before it has a chance to clog internal lint traps.
At Natural Wellness, it's perfectly acceptable to spend an entire conversation discussing nothing but the human colon. That's because, according to their expert team, this final stage of the digestive system can be responsible for numerous health matters. During consultations, their staff will tell patients that a clogged colon may lead to constipation, hemorrhoids, and other problems across the body.
They address these issues through the process of colon hydrotherapy, the center's primary focus. The team sends purified water into the colon—often aided by a light abdominal massage—to clear out toxins and gas. They purify other areas of the body as well, seeping toxins from feet with ionic footbaths and sweating them out with an infrared sauna.
As members of the International Association of Colon Therapists, the certified staff at Fayette Colon Care Center work to improve the health of their patrons while placing a high premium on privacy and comfort. Individual treatment rooms filled with sterilized, advanced equipment and individually packaged, disposable tools become home to guests during the one-hour sessions, during which, filtered, sterilized water flushes the end portion of the digestive tract, helping to remove impacted waste. Sterilized with ultraviolet light, the filtered water can absorb and flush out more toxins due to an absence of chemicals and inorganic substances, unlike tap water, which is often contaminated by video-game plumbers that use its pipes to warp between worlds.