Dr. Wendy M. Robbins knows that spinal health can affect the entire body—causing everything from back pain to different-length legs. At Robbins Chiropractic Center, she works to keep spines on the straight and narrow, helping her patients lead happier and healthier lives. One technique she uses, the Thompson Method, requires the patient to turn his or her head, while the chiropractor notes how the movement affects leg length. The results help Dr. Robbins pinpoint vertebral subluxations without using invasive procedures or the power of ESP. However, she also draws upon advanced technologies, examining spines with x-rays before making manual adjustments or using a spring-loaded tool that gently and precisely realigns vertebrae. These adjustments can help relieve ailments including lower-back pain, migraines, and arthritis.
Wellville Massage & Healing Arts founder Kim Dupre believes that only a calm mind and body can properly focus on healing and rejuvenation. Their mission is to make on-going bodywork available for everyone, by offering accessible pricing. She has designed her center around the principles of relaxation, helping clients slip into a stress-free state while the friendly staff works its holistic-healing magic. In addition to massage, which is Dupre's specialty, available therapies include couples massages with hot tub sessions, essential-oil-infused raindrop therapy, and steam treatments that help cleanse toxins.
At Chiropractic Wellness at Brier Creek, you can align your body-buttress with the steady-handed skill of a force-utilizing X-wing pilot moonlighting as a professional Jenga-stacker. In addition to obtaining a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Chiropractic Wellness’s Dr. Craig T. French has 16 years of experience in the field. Utilizing his many years of backology experience and strong, walnut-crushing turkey stencils, Dr. French steamrolls stressed back areas with the speed of a mechanical dog-racing lure.
Dr. Nathan Blakenship adheres to the traditions of chiropractic care in that he eschews all drugs and surgery. Since receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1998, Dr. Blankenship been focused on helping patients heal, specializing in particular in realigning the upper cervical spine during orthospinology procedures. The Dr. now practices at University Chiropractic, which is equipped with technology designed to track down and root out clients' sources of pain—all without breaking the skin. Thermography imaging detects points of elevated heat—a surefire sign of irritation—which shows the seasoned staffers exactly where to target their treatments or warm up their room-temperature coffee.
With a wealth of experience and education supporting her, Deborah Bird uses various methods to delve into patients' subconscious minds and root out possible psychological deterrents to quitting smoking or reducing stress. Aiming to improve their overall well-being, she focuses on reducing her clients' stress and provides tips on how to lead a healthier life in addition to performing hypnotherapy. Those seeking to improve their athletic or academic performance, overcome fear, manage pain, or enhance their relationship can also turn to Deborah, who, as a yoga teacher and still life painter, is skilled in the art of creating a safe, welcoming environment for therapy.