At Bruce Street Family Chiropractic, Drs. Adam Brookes and Sharon Goodyear dedicate themselves to preventing spinal complications in addition to treating existing conditions. Their foresight stems from a familiarity with such imaging systems as digital x-rays and an Insight Millennium Subluxation Station, which scans for signs of neurological dysfunction. The doctors also seek to create an informed and involved clientele, fully explaining treatment options and teaching patients how to interpret x-rays themselves. Drs. Brookes and Goodyear enlist a number of adjustment modalities as they manipulate vertebrae, ease pains, and head-off future complications, leaving spines as sturdily aligned as a row of dominos in wet concrete.
Dr. Ryan Rullitis is part of a team at Westheights Chiropractic Clinic that have been helping patients live ache-free lives for nearly 20 years. In that time, they've kept their office up-to-date by employing advanced technology, such as specialized scanners used by astronauts to assess nervous system health. But the team doesn't rely on technology alone—they also draw on traditional chiropractic know-how to perform hands-on adjustments.
If the brain is the body's nerve center, then the spine is the highway which carries the truckloads of commands to bodily systems both near and far. At Maher Chiropractic, Dr. Darryl Maher keeps this traffic flowing freely. After identifying problematic subluxations, or spinal misalignments, through exhaustive diagnostic work, he restores spinal integrity with expert adjustments.