Doctor of Naturopathy Inge Wetzel assesses the condition of the human body by studying some of its less conventionally considered aspects. She uses a computerized biofeedback system to monitor impulses emitted by the hand, subsequently drawing conclusions about the body’s balance. Similarly, she reads markings on the iris, the colored part of the eye, to screen for problems that span the body. Kinesiology sessions test for weaknesses in certain muscles to reveal physical or nutritional deficiencies, and biological terrain assessments will show stresses on different organs based on the body's internal environment. Dr. Wetzel also offers personalized weight-loss programs.
As a chiropractor with additional certifications in soft-tissue techniques, such as the Graston technique and Kinesio taping, Kerri Howerton uses a range of approaches to find the best way to resolve back pain. At Active Body Chiropractic & Wellness, Howerton and her staff work to free patients from the pain and discomfort derived from auto or sports injuries, fibromyalgia, and other issues.
Neck pain doesn't typically come from the neck: it is often rooted in the spine, spinal column, and nerve network. At Midwest Chiropractic and Sports Medicine, Doctor of Chiropractic Sean P. Rogan and his staff uncover the underlying causes of bodily aches and pains so that they not only soothe them, but end them. Dr. Rogan relies on such treatment methods as spinal adjustments, decompression, electrical muscle stimulation, and laser therapy to leave muscles pain-free and relaxed.