Guru Chiropractic's dedicated spine aligners and massage therapists treat pained physiques with spinal and joint adjustments as well as massages to re-energize clients with active lifestyles. Guru's skilled practitioners mix chiropractic techniques to target different clients' ailments, and show patients a series of home exercises and stretches to alleviate whiplash, slip-and-fall injuries, and difficulties licking one’s own elbow. Staffers can also relieve soreness with sports, deep-tissue, and pregnancy massages.
Dr. Braxton believes that going to the doctor should and can be fun?as long as visits are focused on compassionate healing. It was while recovering from a basketball injury that Doctor of Chiropractic Mel Braxton heard his calling to a career of holistic healing. For the past 13 years, Dr. Braxton has trained and practiced with the goal of becoming a specialist in sports medicine, physical rehabilitation, chiropractic care, massage therapy, acupressure, and nutritional guidance. His background as a former athlete gives him added expertise when it comes to sports injuries and rehabilitation and his 6? 7? frame gives him the strength and reach to adjust even the most wayward of spines and Christmas tree toppers. During appointments, Dr. Braxton listens to his patients and works to find the root cause of their ailment, all with the goal of setting people back on the path to overall health and wellness.
Raindrop Bodyworks, a spa and holistic health center nestled in the heart of Culver City, contains a staff of experienced spa technicians, certified massage therapists, and chiropractors who soothe beleaguered bodies inside and out. Massage therapists employ a lively blend of Eastern-, Western-, and European-style techniques such as soft-tissue, deep-tissue, and reflexology, melting tense muscles with a blend of deep kneading and broad effleurage strokes. Certified instructors teach students the best practices for bending their bodies in 10 yogic styles such as Vinyasa flow, hatha flow, tai chi, and specialty classes for teens and expectant mothers. Spa therapists tend to skin ailments during a trio of body treatments and use botanicals such as lavender, geranium, and chamomile to soothe and attract wild squirrels that appreciate the finer things.
Doctor of Chiropractic Andrea Bradshaw of Relax Holistic practices chiropractic medicine on patients ranging from senior citizens to professional athletes and UFC fighters. Dr. Bradshaw uses a variety of techniques to treat pain, including nonsurgical spinal decompression and acupuncture, and also gives nutritional recommendations.
If you're looking to relieve chronic back pain or make it easier to perform everyday tasks, all without surgery, chiropractic treatment may be the answer. Through the ChiroMassage Centers's list of affiliates across 25 states, patients enlist the help of a licensed doctor of chiropractic, eschewing drugs or invasive treatments for targeted spinal adjustments.
Areas of chronic pain stand little chance against the specialist's careful manipulations, which may help increase range of motion, restore joint function, and prevent vestigial tails from drooping in an unseemly fashion. The knowledgeable doctors not only get to the source of illness and discomfort with joint and spinal treatments, but also help their clients prevent future issues with education and wellness instruction.
At Premiere Chiropractic & Sports Medicine, Dr. Homan Dibagohar and his staff utilize their experience in chiropractic and physical therapy to alleviate common and uncommon causes of skeletal and muscular ailments. Before commencing with their signature noninvasive, drug-free treatments, the doctors first spend time talking with patients about the troubles at hand. Then, based on this chat and the revelations unearthed during a comprehensive exam, they tailor treatments to bring personalized relief. Sessions may include traditional therapies—such as adjustments and massages—as well as technological treatments such as electro-therapy, which eases aches with gentle electric pulses patients can later use to charge their smartphone.