Dr. Rebecca Long didn’t always want to be a doctor, but family ties drew her into the profession. At her sister Dr. Lara Long’s graduation, her father delivered an inspiring commencement address that included a story about how chiropractic helped to heal an infant. In that moment, Rebecca realized that she could help just as many kids by becoming a chiropractor, and, three weeks later, moved to California to start at Life Chiropractic College West.
Today, along with colleague Dr. Michael Groves, the Long sisters practice chiropractic medicine out of their eponymous clinic. Their services range from spinal correction to nutritional counseling. They perform these services for patients of all ages who suffer from sports, auto, or pogo-stick injuries. All three doctors share a passion for volunteering and bringing chiropractic to foreign countries, and together they hope to one day open a clinic in Africa to help children suffering from AIDS.
Dr. Mary Beliy?s approach to wellness includes detoxification and holistic bodywork. Dr. Beliy once practiced as a medical doctor in Minsk, Belarus, but decided to pursue a more holistic path and became a doctor of naturopathic medicine in the United States. She relies on her wealth of Western- and alternative-medicine knowledge as she helps her patients improve their lives with nutritional and lifestyle advice. Some of the services they offer include: detoxification, healthy lifestyle, colon hydrotherapy, B12 injections, and nutrition response testing.
Acupuncturist Dr. Ke Zang of ACI Clinic & Wellness Center has been holistically addressing ailments for more than 20 years. And even though time has passed, he still treats patients today using many of the same traditional techniques he practiced in Chinese hospitals. Only now, Dr. Zang isn't working alone. He's joined by chiropractic physician Dr. Allison Zang-Greene and a team of fellow healers, all of whom seek out drug-free solutions for clients' migraines, chronic pain, digestive issues, and other maladies.
Diane Garris of Healing Energy Massage calls the body a "complex bio-machine," and believes it functions interdependently with the mind and spirit. She seeks to bridge the gap between Western medicine and other healing traditions, believing that they can work in tandem with one another for a greater effect. As such, her massages are not just meant to relax and de-stress, but to help restore and heal. She also performs energy work to help draw together the mind, body, and spirit, and her aromatherapy treatments work on a sensory level to foster overall wellness.
The team at Good Care Spine Clinic splits its specialties between chiropractic care, acupuncture, and massage therapy to help clients alleviate their pain. The treatments right physical discomforts such as out-of-whack backs, carpal tunnel syndrome, and numbness in the limbs or phantom limbs. The staff?s services also focus on lowering stress levels and combating sleep disorders.