Though he provides rehabilitation for a range of spinal, joint, and muscle issues, Dr. Tim Gregory specializes in treating sports-related injuries, especially those related to golf. His expertise has earned him roles as a chiropractor to players from the PGA Tour and to Nike Tour athletes, and he’s also a public speaker on golf-swing biomechanics, injury prevention, and how to safely remove snakes from a golf-cart engine. He also turns his knowledge toward his clients at Duluth Chiropractic, where he and an experienced staff perform complimentary, commitment-free first-time consultations. Then, during subsequent examinations, they test the client’s pulse, respiration, reflexes, and range of motion in specific joints. To correct any issues they discover, they might recommend noninvasive chiropractic treatments such as adjustments, therapeutic exercise, and massage.
The chiropractors at Back to Balance Wellness Center are committed to pain relief, working diligently by utilizing chiropractic care, massage therapy, and hyperbaric oxygen-therapy treatments. No pain gets ignored, either: the staff treats all types of back pain, sports injuries, head and neck pain, and prehensile-tail stiffness, and other conditions that might not have even been invented yet. They also make recommendations for how to live and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle as part of their work toward helping clients achieve overall wellness.
Our office specializes in the latest treatments for severe back and leg pain. A doctor to the Alpharetta community for the last 8 years. Dr. Regina Syed has treated over 2,000 patients. Our revolutionary, state-of-the-art office provides immediate appointments, with most patients in and out within 30 minutes or less.
The story behind JiMong Choe's interest in the healing arts begins in Taejun, South Korea, where he was born into a family of doctors and philosophers. His physician father once committed an entire Western anatomy textbook to memory and passed this zeal for understanding the human condition onto his son. After training in Hapkido and philosophy, Choe studied acupuncture with Dr. Lee, Jong Oh, whose grandfather founded Sasang constitutional medicine. This methodology looks beyond a people's physical symptoms to incorporate an understanding of their personality and emotions. In 1978, Choe brought his family to the United States in order to combine his varied interests to help patients overcome illness, addiction, and difficult levels of Tetris.
In addition to acupuncture, Choe specializes in herbal medicine and trademarked services such as his Miracle Body Design weight-loss program. He's been recognized for distinguished service in the fields of martial arts and acupuncture by numerous American and international figureheads, and his resumé also includes stints as a professor of Oriental medicine at Kings Park University in Virginia and as the president of the Georgia State Oriental Medicine Association.
Dr. JJ Anthonijs knew fairly early on that he wanted a career in chiropractic care, as he spent much of his life playing sports and seeing the common injuries that often plague athletes. Today when he sees a patient, he checks that all parts of the skeleton––including ankle and wrist joints––are healthy, aligned, and rust-free before administering a custom adjustment. In doing so, he draws upon his specialized training in the Gonstead, which can cater to both those with injuries and those looking to prevent future aches.
Growing up in Kenya, Akinyi Osano experienced a variety of healing techniques. Her mother used traditional medicine to cure basic ailments, and her father shepherded the family to a western-trained doctor whenever sickness hit. Years later, she learned that the traditional medicine of her people in West Kenya was very similar to traditional Chinese medicine. She was intrigued, and began to educate herself more on alternative healing techniques that bypassed the need for drugs or invasive procedures.
Today, Akinyi is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and licensed acupuncturist with certifications in Chinese nutrition, homeopathy, and a number of other modalities. At Acupuncture Herbs Clinic, she gently treats patients' fertility issues and chronic pain using hair-thin acupuncture needles. To help patients combat pain even further, Akinyi may also integrate cupping treatments, herbal medicine, or body suits constructed out of bubble wrap into treatment plans.