The Joint has a simple mission: 'to improve people's lives with routine and affordable chiropractic care.' Their team of skilled chiropractors operate on an appointment-free basis, helping to ensure that people can receive treatment despite busy schedules, and membership programs help to keep costs low.
This location is a Harkins Chiropractic Corp PC, facility operated and managed by The Joint.
Seven days a week, the therapists at May's Foot Reflexology massage specific points on clients' feet, stimulating their nervous systems to boost overall health. The treatment can help the body recover from strain and stress, improve sleep quality, and even prevent issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and a resurfacing childhood fear of "This Little Piggy." For female clients, the therapists include a free upgrade to massage lotion infused with shea butter, jojoba oil, and other skin-softening ingredients.
Doctors of Chiropractic Athanasia and Christopher Angelopoulos recognized a need for chiropractic care in their community, and so they mastered various techniques in order to meet that need. As the leaders of Desert Cities Chiropractic, they practice diversified chiropractic technique, physical therapy, and massage therapy.
At Inland Valley Rehabilitation and Chiropractic Center, patients find relief from headaches, insomnia, allergies, and tingling in the limbs and tail. Whether seeking to ease symptoms or maintain a pain-free lifestyle, the doctors perform the appropriate chiropractic adjustments and therapeutic massages. They also help eradicate signs of stress, which can manifest as fatigue and mood swings.
The licensed acupuncturists of Balance and Harmony Acupuncture blend experience with Eastern and Western medicine as they help their patients toward healthy lives. They strive to return internal energies within the body to proper balance, using services such as acupuncture, moxibustion, and herbal medicine. They use their assortment of alternative medicines in the treatment of maladies such as allergies, addictions, or arthritis.
Twenty-thousand clients. Twenty years. David M. Salse’s experience as a doctor of chiropractic jumps out like a cubicle on the beach. However, his current career began literally by accident. After he was injured in a car crash, Salse sought treatment from a chiropractor—and his striking recovery sparked his interest in the practice. He went on to graduate with honors from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, and now he’s a national- and state-board-certified chiropractic physician and public speaker, seeking to give others similar relief through a range of services, including his specialty: chiropractic massage.
At Salse Chiropractic Center, he uses five massage modalities to alleviate pain caused by everyday stressors, injuries caused by work, sports, or auto accidents, and general fatigue and joint pain. He also performs chiropractic adjustments, leads therapeutic exercise sessions, and makes use of alternative techniques such as microcurrent therapy and electrical muscle stimulation, which aim to heal muscles using their own signals. As a man of science—Salse earned his undergrad in biology and started out as a professional chemist—it’s no surprise that he and his team of health care specialists diagnose issues with x-rays, CAT scans, and MRIs, and correct chronic problems with products such as custom orthotics. The center can receive clients for same-day emergency appointments, and backs up all services with a satisfaction guarantee as genuine as a free-hug coupon from a grandma.