At Riverside Chiropractic Center, Dr. Reza Pourshadi treats his patients with a holistic approach. Rather than simply soothing symptoms as they appear, the doctor ensures the body is in a constant state of wellness. Through spinal adjustments, posture screenings, and nutritional and exercise counseling, Dr. Pourshadi can help patients adhere to sustainable, long-lasting healthy practices. The center also offers massages, cold laser, and ultrasound therapies to assuage lingering chronic pain in joints and muscles.
For more than 18 years, the licensed practitioners at Harvard Therapeutic Massage have relaxed and healed patients suffering from stress, injury, and chronic pain. Each member of the team specializes in relaxation massage and pain relief therapy. The former uses oils and lotions with a combination of gliding, kneading, and stretching all over the body to help muscles unwind and put minds at ease, while the latter sees therapists focusing on trigger points, helping blood flow to contracted areas in order to bring relief to the surrounding nerves. Select members of the team are also specialized in styles of treatment such as hot stone massage, reiki, and pre-natal massage, which helps bring relief to expectant mothers and unborn babies tired of sitting in the same position for weeks on end.
Dr. Ryan Hewitt is an energetic guy. Apart from running Merrimack Valley Wellness Center, he is a sought after speaker who also travels the country giving lectures on health and nutrition. Dr. Hewitt consistently challenges himself at CrossFit competitions. He combines the power of chiropractic with his love for functional fitness with many of his patients by helping athletes of all levels reach peak performance both inside and outside the gym. His other passion is helping families get and stay well at every age. Dr. Hewitt teaches that healthy living is ageless.
Dr. Hewitt believes patients can live rich, pain-free lives, and that they don't need drugs or surgery to do it. To achieve this goal, he performs corrective care chiropractic services to the spine, which helps free up pinched nerves that can lead to a host of health issues, including sore backs, headaches, and allergies and restore optimal function to the body.
Doctor of Chiropractic Todd Whittemore’s familiarity with chiropractic care dates back to the adjustments he received before he was 10. Years later, chiropractic adjustments came in handy again after a hockey injury damaged his ability to breathe, which a chiropractor remedied. By this time, Dr. Whittemore had already graduated from college and was working as an engineer. But the success of the treatment for that rib, along with subsequent treatments for his ankles, inspired him to enroll in chiropractic school.
As a former engineer, Dr. Whittemore has a head for structure and function, and he applies this knowledge while examining the spine for structural deficiencies. Stow Family Chiropractic's high-tech diagnostic equipment picks up whatever his eyes can't see. Computer analyses reveal any roadblocks in the nervous system, and x-rays paint a picture of backbones, showing any deterioration or slipped disks that might be impinging on the nerves or on patients’ ability to carry their cars to work.
At Merrimack Valley Pain Relief Centers, Doctor of Chiropractic Tyler Lamson doesn't limit himself to chiropractic concerns and boosts patients' wellness in a variety of ways. At his clinic, his chiropractic adjustments and massages help alleviate pain from dislodged discs and conditions such as arthritis. But to help patients away from the office, he also creates nutrition and exercise plans, which can easily be combined for a romantic dinner at the gym.