Across Cobb Wellness Centers’ two locations, a staff—including doctors, chiropractors, and massage therapists—help evaluate and bolster patients’ health by blending medical care with alternative methods such as chiropractic adjustments and massage therapy. Their wellness programs, including nutritional counseling and physical therapy, take individual needs into account when mapping out the most efficient route to health goals. The team even conducts hard-to-find treatments such as the V-Xad non-surgical spinal decompression procedure, which can help with herniated discs or bones made out of Jell-O.
Doctors of Chiropractic Jared Key and Daniel Roberts work to improve their clients' comfort and health through realigning spines. Their treatments aim to help a range of conditions beyond back and neck pain, including asthma, digestive problems, and migraines.
Dr. Florence Akinwumiju, the health director at Amazing Natural Health & Wellness, has spent 20 years as a medical nurse and a doctor of natural health. That doesn't mean she has always been healthy herself, though?she struggled with high blood pressure for many years. Ultimately, she decided her Western medications were part of the problem, treating just her surface symptoms and creating myriad unwanted side effects. This prompted her to shift her treatment, as well as her practice, toward natural vitamins and supplements geared to balancing the body.
She never looked back. Today, she helps patients tackle symptoms from migraines to asthma with vitamins and supplements, often tailored to the specific patients via Zyto assessment. During the noninvasive assessment, which takes only five minutes, patients rest their hand in a hand cradle while a machine scans their physiques, then spits out supplement recommendations. However, other treatments approach holistic health from other angles. Ionic footbaths, for instance, draw toxins out through through the soles of the feet more effectively than suction-cup shoes, and colonics flush out toxins with up to eight gallons of purified water.
Tali Pariser came all the way from Israel to New York in a journey that led her to study chiropractic medicine. After another big move to Georgia, her dream became a reality in 2002 when she graduated from Life University of Marietta as a doctor of chiropractic; she has practiced her craft ever since. For more than 10 years, she's used her skills to quell a slew of common aches, such as migraines, sports injuries, pregnancy pains, carpal tunnel, and whiplash. Her team at Radiant Health Chiropractic includes two licensed massage therapists who further her mission, quieting chronic aches by pressing the hard-to-reach mute button at the top of the spine.