Passionate about his profession, chiropractor Ryan Smith doesn't just perform chiropractic treatments; he loves educating his patients about them too. He begins each appointment with a conversation, during which he gets to know about the patient's problem while explaining how his drug-free techniques can help. Then, he examines the spine with x-rays and his bare hands, looking for pinched nerves, herniated discs, and ingrown tails that can cause pain. Once he's pinpointed the source of pain, he gently nudges the vertebrae into healthier positions.
Dr. Matthew Gianforte, D.C., Dr. Meredith Gianforte, D.C and Dr. Angela Garner, M.D. take into account environmental and lifestyle factors as they counsel patients on health and nutrition, while treating chronic or temporary spinal conditions. Aside from incorporating healthy lifestyle changes, LifeWorks Integrative Health's main goal is to improve body functionality by studying and researching the underlying causes for metabolic and physical dysfunction. The doctors cater to their patients through a number of medical approaches such as therapeutic massages, preventative nutrition programs, medical weight loss programs, chiropractic wellness, functional medicine, trigger point injections, joint pain injections, and physical therapy.
Before taking the helm of Adjust to Health together, Doctors of Chiropractic Aaron Riedel and Lauren Sword met at Cleveland Chiropractic College and became sweethearts. Their shared passion for holistic healing makes them a great team and drives their practice's growth. They make use diversified, activator, and Thompson terminal-point spinal-adjustment techniques and offer cold-laser therapy to reduce pain and signs of aging. In addition to helping their patients stay healthy with general-wellness treatments, they also address chronic and acute conditions, such as allergies, stress, and ice-cream headaches.
The chiropractors at Fountain of Life Chiropractic address chronic pain with adjustments and strive to correct problems via posture correction while also helping patients make changes to nutrition and lifestyle. They also relieve muscular and skeletal maladies with spinal decompression as well as massage performed by certified massage therapists. These treatments have been known to cure afflictions other than back pain, and include maladies such as allergies, headaches, and sciatica.
For Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Anderson, treating patients is a family business. He first learned about chiropractic care from his father, a Doctor of Chiropractic himself, and today brings a personal approach to treating back, spine, and body pain. From manual and activator adjustments to massage and muscle stimulation, he combines different chiropractic techniques in order to best get at the root of health problems instead of simply alleviating their symptoms. As the official chiropractor for the Park University athletic department, Dr. Anderson also specializes in working with athletes dealing with injuries and water coolers suffering from strained spouts.
Whatever the bodily need, patients can relax while receiving care in Active Chiropractic’s recently remodeled private treatment rooms. Neutral tones promote peace of mind, and wall decals of bamboo stalks provide an elegant touch while deterring curious pandas.
This wellness hub's mission is pain relief, and its approach is rooted in hands-on care—literally. Eschewing drugs and surgery for gentler methods, the doctors use their digits to restore and balance spines, nimbly realigning runaway joints, coaxing ligaments back into place, and restoring hats that have fallen off heads. They specialize in active-release techniques, which target tendons and nerves along with muscle tissue. Other methods include traditional chiropractic, kinesio taping, and rehabilitative exercise.