Dr. Richard Mabanta and his team strive to alleviate the nuisance and burden of back pain, whiplash, headaches and other ailments with drug-free chiropractic techniques. But first, they tackle another common patient complaint: the scourge of the arrogant, know-it-all doctor. Dr. Mabanta and his nurses value listening, especially during their consultations. They understand that patients have the innate sense to know which remedies will agree with their particular discomfort, and they avoid the presumption that professionals know more about the patient?s body than the patient. At the same time, the team emphasizes the importance of education, introducing patients to new treatments that may not seem immediately apparent. After collaborating on the treatment regimen, the team customizes treatments to fit each client?s unique condition. While each case is different, treatments may incorporate therapeutic massages or nervous-system work, such as spinal adjustments that relieve back pain from impinged spinal cords or unrequited love for a beaded seat cushion.
Since it opened its doors in 1981, West Hills Chiropractic Pain Center has helped thousands of patients overcome chronic pain with a drug-free approach to healthcare. Dr. Joseph Mills brings more than 20 years of experience to his post as on-site chiropractor, joining acupuncturist Dr. Park and medical massage therapist Donna to keep the body functioning at a high level. "We pride ourselves on solving problems that others couldn't," says Dr. Mills and his team, who have recently arrived at the solution for world hunger. Their diagnostic methods delve beyond surface symptoms into neuromuscular function and lifestyle factors such as workplace ergonomics and emotional stress.
Everyone has a skeleton, but not everyone knows how to take care of it. That?s where Doctor of Chiropractic Stacy Jeff Aslan comes in. A highly regarded chiropractic doctor, Dr. Aslan specializes in helping patients when other methods of treatment have failed. He practices his healing touch at Waterfront Chiropractic, where he and his staff work with the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems of newborns, seniors, and patients of all ages in between, helping to relieve pain and prevent illness. Massage sessions add an element of relaxation to treatment plans, allowing therapists to coax knots out of muscles with nimble fingers and promises of ice cream sundaes.
Doweon Park, a licensed acupuncturist who honed his skills in Korea, combines aspects of Eastern and Western medicine to treat patients at his practices in Huntington and Great Neck. He and his staff gently manipulate predetermined points across the body with slender stainless-steel needles to relieve both physical and emotional issues. Among their specialties are headaches, cigarette addictions, and select digestive or respiratory disorders. Additionally, Park practices herbal medicine, prescribing customized herbal blends in the form of a liquid, powder, or question.
I-ACT certified hyrdotherapist Zora Nemati leads a team of body harmonizers versed in the arts of quantum biofeedback, massage therapy, colon hydrotherapy, and integrated-energy therapy. Her services?from digestion-promoting, open-system colonics to depression-relieving posters of cats in flowerpots?are designed to keep bodies healthy and stress free, such as far infrared sauna treatments followed by showers, which aim to flush away toxins.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Chiropractic spinal adjustments
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