Dr. Thomas Kinsella and Dr. Michael Quintana, the licensed chiropractors at S.P.A.R.C. Chiropractic, want people to know there are alternatives to surgery and prescription medication. Instead, they use Chiropractic Manipulation Therapy, or gentle adjustments, to decrease pain, help the body heal itself, and improve their clients' range of motion. Their clinic also offers functional movement screens, massage therapy, acupuncture, and nutritional therapy.
After sustaining an injury at a previous job, state-licensed Doctor of Chiropractic Frank Frydrych came to the field of chiropractic when he found his prescribed physical therapy didn’t live up to its billing. Rather than continue on an unproductive course, he took charge of his own healing. Today, he applies his findings to help others overcome their own medical issues, often faster than with conventional treatments.
Despite the breadth of healing therapies and procedures at his command, the doctor focuses his skills on the principles of biomechanics. During treatments, he investigates clients' deficiencies and imbalances and corrects them through services such as chiropractic manipulations, pain therapy, and acupuncture. Performed alone or within a multifaceted plan for overall health restoration, the procedures can tackle maladies related to musculoskeletal issues, digestive problems, and sports-related injuries.
Ever since chiropractic care treated the chronic migraines she suffered as a child, Doctor of Chiropractic Brownlie was inspired to become a chiropractor. Though she has been in practice for a quarter-century, she continues to undergo advanced training so that she can attain a specialization in cranial adjustments. She often works with subluxations, using computerized technology as well as manual exams to determine spinal dysfunction and if there is any buried treasure under the skin. Beyond chiropractic treatments, patients can also attend to muscular needs; the service menu includes interferential muscle stimulation and massage therapy.
When several MRIs and doctor's appointments led to Katie Summers's diagnosis of osteochondritis in her right ankle, she was understandably concerned—running was her life. So instead of surgery, she gave acupuncture a shot. It took only one session for Katie to find relief from her pain, and it had such an impact that she decided to pursue exercise science, clinical nutrition, and, of course, acupuncture as a career path. Now in the comfort of Pathways Center for Health & Wellness, Katie can ease deeply rooted pain with a personalized acupuncture session.
The staff at Imagine Holistic Health heals the body without a prescription or surgical tool in sight. Instead, its uses holistic healing techniques—foot detoxes, energy balancing, infrared treatments, Ayurveda facials—to promote the body's self-healing abilities. And because each patient's needs are unique, the trained staffers personalize each treatment.
There are myriad reasons someone might walk into Alpha Rehabilitation Med Center: like weight loss, pain management, or injury healing, among others. Alpha's team includes internists, physical therapists, chiropractors, cardiologists, and massage therapists to tackle these far-reaching problems. Together, they curate a treatment menu that spans conventional and holistic therapies ranging from acupuncture to orthopedic surgery, as well as cosmetic interventions such as laser lipo.