Dr. Joel Pirmann's passion for helping others heal first grew from a career managing health clubs and teaching fitness to children for a national gymnastics corporation. In his everyday work, Pirmann had sustained minor injuries, each of which were treated by his chiropractor. Through various treatments, a mentorship developed between Pirmann and his doctor, which led Pirmann to a better understanding of health, nutrition, and fitness. After a stint at a physical-therapy center, Pirmann found his calling in chiropractic and graduated from his five-year program in 2000 in just under four years.
Now, as owner of Pirmann Family Chiropractic, the doctor tends to injuries and long-term problems with the belief that, “[the practice] can help the body heal itself by restoring the normal structure of the spine, without the use of dangerous prescription and non-prescription drugs.” To help the body heal, Pirmann combines chiropractic care with massage therapy, nutrition, and rehabilitation exercises. He also educates his patients through “Half Hour to Health” classes provided every Tuesday evening.:m]]
After Doctor of Chiropractic Ryan Hanson earned his degree, he went on to manage a large medical office's rehabilitation department. As he watched more than 200 patients come through each day, he grew disillusioned with what he saw as an ineffective cycle of medications, physical therapy, and surgery that didn't always improve patients' lives. So he decided to open Hanson Chiropractic to offer an alternative?natural health-care solutions that would get to the root of problems without resorting to surgery or drugs.
Today, he and his team help all sorts of patients through chiropractic treatments and massage. In addition to seeing people suffering from injuries, chronic pain, and conditions such as fibromyalgia, they welcome athletes wanting to improve their game-day performance or agility during rounds of Hungry Hungry Hippos.
Doctor of Chiropractic Rod Stafford doesn't wait for symptoms to show up before he treats patients. Of course, he can ply his drug-free chiropractic adjustments to alleviate acute and chronic pain that's already there, but his other mission is prevention. In order to keep bodies functioning properly, he scans nervous systems and spinal cords for pinched nerves and other disruptions in order to minimize the potential for future pain.
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Doctor of Chiropractic John Lee discovered the healing power of chiropractic first-hand after being rear-ended by a drunk driver. The accident introduced him to the horrors of chronic back pain, inspiring him to seek relief from a chiropractor. After undergoing his first-ever chiropractic evaluation and embarking on a course of treatment, Dr. Lee began to not only heal his injuries, but also to correct issues with his withstanding scoliosis?a condition that his traditional medical doctors all but ignored.
Confident in chiropractic?s ability to strengthen the body?s natural defenses and prevent disease, Dr. Lee began his education at Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in San Jose, eventually settling in his native Southern California to build a practice centered around overall wellness. Patients can release painful, pent-up stress with relaxing Swedish or targeted trigger-point massages, locate their spinal misalignments with in-depth screenings, or assuage migraines, sciatica, allergies, and digestive problems with adjustments. Through these time-tested techniques, as well as through the use of computerized stress scans and ultrasound therapy, Dr. Lee aims to treat ailments at their sources and holistically heal entire persons, from their minds to their bodies to the aliens living inside their backpacks.
It's fitting that Life Performance Chiropractic's Nick Weingartner, DC offers his services at two fitness-oriented locations: Riviera Fitness Club and West Coast Sports & Fitness Center. The avid surfer and former football and basketball player designs custom programs to address what he believes are the four critical components of physical health: flexibility, alignment, balance, and strength. His programs include chiropractic massage, adjustments, and therapies as well as circuit- and weight-training exercises. Dr. Nick also recommends dietary changes based on a thorough analysis of a client's nutritional intake, such as consuming more fruits and vegetables and stopping the habit of topping one’s daily vitamin pills with whipped cream.