Doctor of Chiropractic Linda Stevens and the team at Stevens Family Chiropractic care for joints, muscles, and minds with a full menu of holistic services. As an alternative to risky surgeries or karate chops to the back, they offer relaxing spinal decompression treatments that help ease the pain associated with bulging discs. Traditional spinal adjustments address issues such as whiplash and migraines, whereas acupuncture treatments aim to improve the flow of energy through the body. Those seeking to get rid of excess body hair and the hassle of shaving may chose to partake of laser hair removal treatments, typically doled out in series of six sessions.
Doctor of Chiropractic Mel Youngs and her staff of licensed massage therapists and aestheticians help clients look and feel better from the outside in. The featured facial begins with a skin analysis, in which a professional skinspert designs a treatment plan based on each face’s unique needs and dreams of making it big in the high-fashion world of surgical-mask modeling. Based on the analysis, the aesthetician creates a reinvigorating regimen personalized to your pores, drawing aesthetic assistance from a range of innovative products. A relaxing cleansing and exfoliation removes dull, dead skin cells and a facial massage stimulates the newer, younger skin to loftier ambitions. Finally, a mask and moisturizer calm pampered parchment leaving the visage fresh, glowing, and ready to reconsider a run for office. A complimentary skin acne analysis is also available upon request.
Led by Doctor of Chiropractic Rob Watkins, the skilled team at SWFL Spinal Care tends to patients' muscular and skeletal systems with chiropractic treatments, massage, ultrasound and stimulation therapies, and heat and ice treatments. Therapeutic or medical massage treatments help to ease tension while potentially bolstering the immune system or helping to control blood pressure, and electrical-stimulation therapies prompt the body to send endorphins via its internal system of keys tied to kites tied to Ben Franklins. A protein-based weight-loss program also assists clients in achieving more svelte silhouettes, helping to suppress the appetite while maintaining muscle mass.
From the soothing cornflower-blue walls to the children’s play area, it’s clear that the team at Estero Family Chiropractic wants you to feel comfortable and welcome. Instead of vials of medicine, scalpels, or shockingly cold stethoscopes, the doctors rely on their hands and patients’ bodies to bring about health and relief from pain. They achieve this feat by first tracking down the source of pain with exams and x-rays, and then correcting issues with noninvasive spinal adjustments.
Living Well Chiropractic's spine-savvy staff is helmed by Dr. Vivian Ebert, whose 30 years of chiropractic experience and continuing education, including advanced courses in extreme adjusting and rehabilitation, help her to mend and massage backs. The team treats a variety of conditions, including headaches, lower- and mid-back pain, and injuries stemming from automobile accidents, work, or sports. Their motto, "Eat well, think well, move well," applies directly to their method of care—they first assuage immediate pain, then work to maintain spine stability through physical therapy and rehab so that the patient can resume his or her favorite activities. The office prides itself on catering to its patient's needs—the team strictly enforces a "no-wait" policy and recites Shakespearean monologues upon request.
Along with adjusting vertebrae, Living Well's staff focuses on patients' overall health. The center's six-week weight-loss program helps to restore metabolism through better nutrition and one-on-one counseling, telephone, and email support. On Saturdays at 9 a.m., Dr. Ebert can be found heading up her newly formed walking club, “Walk for Health", a free 1–5 mile jaunt or slow-motion hopscotch through town.