Both of the doctors of chiropractic at Okemos Family Chiropractic can attest to the benefits of chiropractic care. Dr. Craig Heinrich says it has alleviated his back pain and boosted his overall health, and Dr. Kirby Perrault notes that his wife’s spine has restrengthened after years of instability. They treat a laundry list of chronic pains, including carpal tunnel, slipped disks, tennis elbow, and pogo-stick ankle. After a consultation, they prescribe the proper treatment from a list of techniques including traditional spinal adjustments, massage therapy, and detoxifying footbaths.
Massage therapist Aja Fortenberry trained in the 1,100-hour Baker College program, where she learned to incorporate Swedish massage, active stretching, and deep therapeutic bodywork to ease tension. Now, with more than 10 years of experience, Aja provides clients with her healing touch at Verity Life Massage Therapy. She offers her signature Swedish massages in 60- and 90-minute iterations as well as short chair-massage sessions.
At Delta Chiropractic Center, Doctors of Chiropractic Roost and Dail solve back problems with the help of computerized techniques, which has helped them gain recognition from City Pulse and become the official chiropractic office of Lansing's semipro football team. During the exam and consultation, the doctors determine the best course of healing action and read bones' most telling diary entries. The one-hour massage helps to relieve musculoskeletal pain, encourage circulation, increase range of motion, and bring up the patient's relaxation quotient by 10 points on a scale of one to beach. Delta Chiropractic Center realigns body kinks with a variety of techniques, including the ProAdjuster, for which Dr. Roost is the only Class III-certified ProAdjuster doctor in mid-Michigan. A handheld device connected to a computer, the ProAdjuster gently taps the body to analyze and realign the spine with a combination of current technology and traditional chiropractic adjustment techniques.
The dedicated team of spinal professionals at Innate Chiropractic bolster back health through a variety of services. Whether they are diagnosing and correcting spinal joint dysfunction or employing the Diversified Technique, which is commonly used for manual adjustments, the dedicated staff devise gentle, effective solutions to eliminate pain and rehabilitate clients. Their practice includes chiropractic technology that has benefited members of NASA, U.S Olympians, and professional athletes.
In addition to bettering spinal health, Innate Chiropractic soothes tension and taut muscles through a variety of massage modalities. During massage sessions, therapists combine gentle pressure with deep-tissue techniques to reduce pain and increase range of motion, while finding clients' hidden sore spots to reduce overall tension. Through chiropractic work and massage treatments, the practice can treat ailments such as allergies, asthma, stress, and cooties.
Total Health Chiropractic’s well-rounded team of chiropractic doctors, nutritional coaches, and rehab assistants uses its vast knowledge of the human body to improve each client’s overall well-being. The staff aims to not only eases bodily aches with adjustments, decompression therapy, and 50 forms of spinal traction, but also to help clients reshape their physiques with weight-loss programs, Power Plate machines, TRX fitness classes, and boot-camp classes. The center uses advanced technology to further analyze clients’ physical conditions, including digital x-rays and BioSpace’s InBody520, which measures body mass, body fat, and body water.
Doctors of Chiropractic Denise Rassel, Jean-Guy Daigneault, Randy Randhawa and Renee Maurer employ a handful of chiropractic techniques, including the diversified method, which is a hands-on adjustment, and the activator method, which uses a handheld instrument that delivers a low-force thrust into jammed-up areas. The adjustments alleviate headaches, herniated disks, symptoms of fibromyalgia, and allergies to pollen and doctors? offices.