Subzero Cryotherapy has only one goal: introduce clients to the mentally and physically rejuvenating benefits of cryotherapy treatments. Originally designed to treat the painful inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis, the center's cryotherapy technology rejuvenates the body by exposing the skin to extremely cold temperature for two to three minutes. Clients stand within an open-topped chamber while a cloud of nitrogen gas and bottled yeti breath envelops them. This cloud dramatically drops the skin's temperature, which stimulates endorphin production and causes the body to redirect blood flow from the extremities to the core. As the body warms up after the treatment has ended, this oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood floods back into the limbs and boosts clients' metabolisms. In addition to triggering cellular regeneration, alleviating muscle aches, and jump-starting the body's natural healing capabilities, cryotherapy can help improve the skin's tone and texture by increasing collagen production.
HealthSource's team of chiropractors, licensed massage therapists, and physical trainers aid patients in shedding bodily ailments through personalized Action Plans. Staff members work closely with patients to identify sources of pain such as misaligned vertebrae, pinched nerves, arthritis, and office chairs made out of magma. Treatment Plans may prescribe daily exercises as well as spinal adjustments performed by machines or the sure hands of chiropractors raised by machines. During rehabilitation sessions, knowledgeable trainers help patients overcome athletic and trauma-related injury with exercises to reestablish muscle strength and flexibility.
Doctor Gary Lipkin and his trained staff at Longview Chiropractic Center have been helping patients live ache-free since 1984. Their premier therapy is spinal-decompression therapy, which relieves chronic pain caused by pinched nerves, herniated disks, and bulging disks. Dr. Lipkin can complement the therapeutic sessions with other techniques such as gentle spinal adjustments, massage therapy, and physical therapy.
Operating as part of the larger practice at Forney Wellness, Dr. William Wood provides chiropractic care to help patients find relief from chronic pain without resorting to surgery or prescription drugs. This care typically takes the form of spinal adjustments, which involve using manual techniques to locate misaligned vertebrae along the spinal column and then ease them back into their proper position. When misaligned, vertebrae can place pressure on nerves and interfere with the healthy, natural function of the body's central nervous system and Wi-Fi connectivity. Chiropractic adjustments alleviate this pressure, facilitating communication between the brain and organs and restoring a sense of holistic balance throughout the body.
When it comes to the integration of Eastern and Western medicine, Dr. Carlos Chapa might as well be the poster child. He spent nearly a decade learning and practicing Western medicine, first as a medic in the U.S. Marines, then as a civilian paramedic. When he took a sabbatical from his budding medical career to study abroad in China, Dr. Chapa's early interest in natural cures?stemming from visits to his grandmother's small town in Mexico, where she acted as the town healer?took root in the form of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He delved head-first into this new passion, earning his master's degree and then his PhD in Oriental Medicine from Dongguk University in South Korea, which led him to study at one of the world's first hospitals that integrated Eastern and Western principles.
Today, Dr. Chapa brings this integrative approach to clients at Valley Ranch Acupuncture. As a licensed acupuncturist who has treated thousands of patients, he uses this 5,000 year old technique to decrease pain, boost energy, and affect hormone levels in clients, all with the aim of treating the root cause of the issues and not only focusing only on the symptoms. True to his forward-thinking style, Dr. Chapa may even swap out the hair-thin, virtually painless acupuncture needles for a laser. The low-energy beam is used to target the same locations and produce the same results as acupuncture needles, but require no penetration of the skin.