Doctors of Chiropractic Kristi Mauldin and Shenoa Rondeau helm Lexington Family Chiropractic Center, P.A. and Brentwood Chiropractic. Dr. Mauldin treats patients by combining physiotherapy procedures with natural vitamins and supplements. Dr. Rondeau, meanwhile, has a strong interest in helping pregnant woman work toward an easy labor with ongoing chiropractic care. She’s also knowledgeable about radiology and specializes in CBP, a chiropractic method that improves posture to help patients finally be able to carry their briefcases on their heads.
With their combined skills, Dr. Mauldin and Dr. Rondeau treat an extensive list of illnesses and aches, including carpal tunnel, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, and allergies. Their treatment plans often include such techniques as adjustments to realign the spine, rehabilitative therapies and exercises, and spinal decompression. Both chiropractic offices also work in conjunction with a weight-loss facility to help patients slim down through a doctor-supervised program.
Dr. Philip Mahan educates clients and corrects crooked spines with an array of chiropractic techniques. During each exam and consultation, Dr. Mahan reviews each client's medical history, current ailments, and grade-school report cards before taking x-rays, if necessary. Next, technicians concoct detailed reports with the ProAdjuster, which pinpoints any problem areas and creates computer-generated displays to facilitate accurate assessments and track progress during future visits. Clients can opt for a therapeutic massage session to address soft-tissue problems, muscle spasms, scar tissue, or simply to quell the ancient rivalry between muscles and spines.
More than 20 years ago, Dr. Kevin Sharp started honing the skills that earned him the North Carolina Chiropractic Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009. As a fellow in the International College of Chiropractors, Dr. Sharp uses a hands-on adjustment modality—developed by Dr. Clarence S. Gonstead—alongside electrical-stimulation therapy and digital foot scanning. These technologies help Dr. Sharp tailor his treatments to each client while singling out which exact piggy cries, “wee, wee, wee” all the way home. With his guidance, and the help of custom orthotics and a host of online educational resources, clients can continue to heal at home or while driving a dune buggy.