The caretakers of Healing Horizons inspire beauty on the outside and thorough wellbeing on the inside. Their repertoire of treatments includes body scrubs, wraps, and facials that fight outward signs of aging, while health-centric infrared sauna sessions chase out internal toxins by making clients sweat. The rejuvenation haven also caters to couples with side-by-side massage, letting pairs enjoy some shared downtime before the nightly debate tournament.
When Doctor of Chiropractic Sebastian Gonzales was in high school, he played baseball and dreamed about making it to the big leagues. A back injury his junior year nearly crushed that dream. After five months of medication, physical therapy, and home care, he stepped back onto the field and hurt himself again the very first day, a move that caused doctors to recommend surgery. Before opting for the operating table, he happened upon a specialist in active-release techniques, an approach to rehabilitation that builds upon traditional chiropractic treatments by focusing on the soft tissues. After three weeks, the pain was gone?forever, this time.
That experience inspired Dr. Gonzales to become a Doctor of Chiropractic and commit himself to helping others through active-release techniques. He and his team at The Performance Place have helped athletes stave off injury at Ironman competitions, marathons, and other events, helping treat and rehabilitate injuries with programs specific to each individual. Dr. Gonzales?s team also put together fitness programs designed to improve all types of athletes, from long-distance runners who need to build core strength, balance, and endurance to baseball players who need to work up their gum-chewing muscles. For athletes ready for the challenge, the aggressive performance programs push them to the limit. During group workouts, students might find themselves modifying body-weight exercises with TRX suspension trainers, heaving sandbags, or swinging kettlebells.
Dr. Glen R. Cauble sees chiropractic medicine not as a means to fix back pain, but as a gateway to full-body wellness. To that end, he adheres to a three-phase approach, which includes relief care, corrective care, and wellness care during any chiropractic appointment. Ultimately, his goal is to treat the source of the problem as well as the symptoms it presents with chiropractic and rehabilitative services, nutritional guidance, and life counseling. His chiropractic services include advanced spinal adjustments supplemented by massage therapy to alleviate discomfort, and he performs periodic re-evaluations to monitor the treatment's progress. Patients continue their treatment plan outside of the office as well, as the doctor prescribes exercises to perform at home.
Like many kids, Doctor of Chiropractic Steven Peters grew up climbing trees, playing sports, and getting his fair share of injuries. None of them left him debilitated??until he woke up one morning unable to stand up. He was only 17 years old at the time. After one chiropractic adjustment, he walked out of the doctor's office. Though he went on to earn a business degree and have a successful career, he never stopped seeing a chiropractor. The treatments and practitioners nurtured Steve's fascination with the body's innate ability to heal itself. Inspired by this knowledge, Steven enrolled at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, earned his doctorate, and took up his post at Momentum Chiropractic.
At Momentum Chiropractic, he works alongside Dr. Nesrein Sweidan, who learned about acupuncture and Eastern medicine while becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic. Together, they help athletes and active patients improve their performance and heal after strenuous activity or really intense sofa naps.
The team at Neck & Back Pain Specialists believe there are three root causes for unwellness?trauma, stress, and pollution. They work to counteract the effects of that troublesome trio with spinal adjustments, therapeutic massages, and internal cleansing. Chiropractic care has been shown to ease not just neck and back pain, but also fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and jai alai elbow.