Dr. Jeremy Tremblay first discovered the powers of chiropractic in his 20s, when a several-month bout of excruciating back pain disappeared in only three visits to his local specialist. Ever since, Dr. Tremblay has devoted himself to chiropractic study, garnering a bevy of degrees that have culminated in his current tenure at Quest Chiropractic. An advocate of natural healthcare, the doctor bolsters his chiropractic exams and spine-straightening adjustments with a complete holistic regimen that includes nutritional counseling, massage therapy, corrective exercises, and role-playing games with the office's skeleton model.
Doctor of Chiropractic Scott Solomon's passion for his chiropractic practice is rooted in personal experience. When he was young, he grappled with severe migraines. After undergoing chiropractic care and noticing a great improvement, Dr. Solomon went into the field himself, graduating from Life University and earning licenses from the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and the Pennsylvania Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
Eventually, Dr. Solomon took up his craft at The Wellness Studio & Chiropractic, where he and his staff combine chiropractic care with massage therapy to alleviate ailments such as back pain, migraines, or fibromyalgia. Their chiropractic adjustments straighten crooked spines and improve flexibility specifically so patients can moonlight as contortionists. Massage therapists incorporate hot stones and aromatherapy into their sessions, whereas an acupuncture treatment can further relieve sore bodies.
Doctor of Chiropractic Kimberly Woudsma understands that the best healing treatments should be less traumatic than the problems they’re intended to cure. With that in mind, she studied Atlas Orthogonal, a crack-less spinal adjustment method, at the side of its inventor, Dr. Roy Sweat. Now, she is the only chiropractor in the area to be board certified in this gentle technique, which uses a ProAdjuster wand to deliver mechanical pulses to the body while simultaneously taking computerized readings that monitor patients’ mobility and number of remaining extra lives. In addition to tending to patients, Dr. Woudsma finds time for professional improvement, regularly attending continuing education events to bolster her knowledge of physiotherapy, nutrition, and preventative healthcare.
Lauren Cunha turned to acupuncture to treat digestive troubles in her early 20s. The success she experienced with the effective, low-cost health-care method guided Lauren to attend acupuncture school and, later, offer her services on a sliding scale to broaden the community's access to the treatment. Now a licensed acupuncturist, she helps patients suffering from digestive issues, migraines, insomnia, fatigue, and TMJ. She offers treatments in a group setting, where comfortable recliners are situated near one another so friends or family can receive acupuncture at the same appointment and be close enough to pass the time with a thumb-war tournament.
Doctor of Chiropractic Richard Schwartz believes good health means paying attention to what the body is saying. At Advanced Chiropractic and Wellness Center, Dr. Schwartz and his team of massage therapists gently realign clients' spines, joints, and muscles so the nervous system can relay the body's messages without interruption. In addition to relieving and preventing pain with chiropractic adjustments and massage, Advanced Chiropractic's staff may integrate techniques such as electrical stimulation, ultrasound therapy, and tapping the spine with xylophone mallets.