The staff at Dynamic Chiropractic Clinic believe that, because it's the body's communication center, the spine’s condition can affect the health of the entire body. During treatment sessions, chiropractors correct the alignment of vertebrae with up-to-date techniques—such as motion palpitation, which detects dysfunctional joints, and active release, which treats overused muscles with motion techniques—that are gentler than past methods and more effective than propping patients up with puppet strings. Other corrective techniques, such as exercises and massage therapy, retrain the muscles to support correct alignment. The clinic specializes in rehabilitating clients with injuries from accidents and other traumas, though they can help patients of all ages and backgrounds maintain good spinal health.
Keith B. Martin, DC has been fine-tuning his skills since 1983, the year he was licensed. Three decades of easing back pain hasn't left him disenchanted with his vocation, though. Through frequent blog updates, he points out new developments in the field, which he then incorporates into chiropractic adjustments and other relieving treatments. With a wide range of techniques, he can tackle nearly any type of recurring pain at his solo practice in Auburn.
We are a chiropractic office that specializes in finding the root cause of symptoms. We locate and treat vertebral subluxations, which is when a bone twists out of normal alignment causing pressure on a nerve and not allowing that nerve to function at its optimal potential.
The doctors at Mercer Island Chiropractic work to relieve minor aches and soreness, but they specialize in tough cases: chronic pain and injuries sustained in accidents are their specialties. At three locations, they restore bodies to health with techniques such as manual adjustments that realign vertebrae and traction-table sessions that coax muscles into blissful relaxation. Patients can also rest easy beneath the hands of massage therapists, who employ techniques such as cupping, reflexology, and sternly ordering tension to exit the body.
Licensed chiropractor Dr. Grace Ndirangu and her support staff help clients purge their bodies of stress and muscular tension as they repose atop touch-free HydroMassage beds. Fingers navigate the intuitive touchscreen to control pressure and speed and isolate ailing areas and bombard them with soothing bursts of water. The jets gush against the underside of the bed's mattress, meaning clients stay dry and need not remove clothing, jewelry, or novelty mustaches. During the massage, guests can listen to music, watch videos housed in the attached computer, or let minds roam free through subconscious pastures laden with easily counted sheep and the lyrics to every No. 1 Billboard hit since 1978.