Crowned with the 2010 Erie's Choice Award by Erie Times-News readers, Iadeluca Chiropractic Center boasts a crack team of Doctors of Chiropractic who search spines for signs of trouble and manually adjust sources of strain. Expert hands seek to soothe lower back pain caused by habitual slouching or folding oneself into a suitcase to save on airfare without inconvenient medications or invasive surgery.
Chet Cardinale, a licensed acupuncturist and registered dietetic technician, has trained extensively in acupuncture and herbal medicine both at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine and at the Jiangsu Provincial People's Hospital. At his eponymous clinic, he employs the traditional and esoteric acupuncture techniques he's learned, placing thin, sterile needles along the body's energy pathways and supplementing their healing effects with Chinese herbs and nutritional counseling. He tailors each session to individual patients, aiming to help them quit smoking, reduce energy imbalances, or assuage stress and anxiety.
New Health Chiropractic & Vibration Studio's husband-and-wife team of experienced chiropractors work together to pinpoint the cause of chronic symptoms, marshaling holistic services to help the body heal itself. Chiropractic treatments aim to unblock frazzled nervous systems, improving holistic health and the ability to snake through rush-hour traffic. Other noninvasive therapies, including whole-body vibration and nutritional programs, can reduce cellulite and enhance weight-loss efforts by detoxifying cells and boosting metabolism. The studio's signature total health solution package combines all of the above for a powerful approach that is greater than the sum of its parts.
Dr. Don Foit strives to make chiropractic care easy and affordable for all manner of patients, boldly straightening spines on the fly with no need for regular scheduled visits, pesky queues, or lumbering paperwork. His available and unique unlimited-chiropractic approach allows patients to pay by the month rather than the visit, allowing for regular weekly adjustments within that time-frame (limited to one adjustment per day during office hours). First-time visitors get a new patient’s examination to pinpoint their sources of pain and discomfort, determine a chiropractic plan of action, and gaze dreamily into the eye-sockets of attending model skeletons. After the initial exam, the visiting vertebrate can get started on their month of unlimited chiropractic—or, if the patient prefers, nab a 30-minute massage to melt away muscular knots and kinks like hot bowsprit through whale blubber.
Though Dr. Robert Grobelny holds advanced degrees in acupuncture and chiropractic medicine, his pursuit of knowledge is not limited to the classroom. In 2007, he traveled to Hang Zhou, China, where he assisted in rounds at a teaching hospital. Back home, Dr. Grobelny is one of only three Erie County doctors licensed to practice in both acupuncture and chiropractic medicine. Invoking the nearly 5,000-year-old holistic remedy of acupuncture, Dr. Grobelny treats ailments ranging from arthritis to addiction using tiny, minimally invasive needles. He also diagnoses and treats musculoskeletal-system distress with a discerning chiropractic eye and the deft touch of a neurosurgeon concert pianist.
Before she became a certified reflexologist, Karen Kuehmeier Rosolowski used reflexology to help keep her own children happy and healthy for eight years. She also earned certification in anatomy and physiology, and she continues to expand her knowledge of meridians and energy forces. Inside her massage room, candlelight flickers against Japanese-style room dividers. After clients settle into a cushioned chair or onto a therapy table, they can fall asleep or chat with Karen as she massages their bare feet with reflexology techniques facilitated by lotion or essential oils. While Karen works, she targets the 7,200 nerve endings in feet, which relate to other areas of the body by way of a vast network of blood vessels, tissue, and ethernet cables. When properly executed, reflexology can subdue stress, increase circulation, and strengthen the immune system.