Doctor of Chiropractic Dana Zappala believes that the body's well-being is based on the summation of its experiences. At L.A Chiro Spa Malibu, her neuro emotional technique dives into the stresses and traumas of the past that may still be lingering, and by working to resolve these, works to bring the body and mind back into balance. But this is just one facet of the healing approach she and her team operates by. Emotions aside, they also work to ease the physical pain and disruption caused by years of poor posture or one carefree day of somersaulting down the sidewalk. They adjust spines and massage muscles to ease back pain, craft custom meal plans to help relieve digestive problems, and draw from Eastern healing techniques such as acupuncture to guide the body's energy flow.
Dr. Michael McMurry puts teams of boot-campers or personal trainees through their paces as part of his insanely intricate body transformation system. With the help of a nutritionist and certified group fitness instructor, he helps clients beat back the usual obstacles that get between people and their exercise routine.
Each client leaps into the fitness fray with a personalized health assessment, cardiovascular screening exam, and measurements to pinpoint the most effective use of the ensuing six- or twelve-week program. Before the first personal training or bootcamp session starts, clients begin boosting healthy metabolism and cutting out extra calories with simple meal plans, recipes, and a detox diet that takes the guesswork out of going to the grocery store and helps avoid the temptations of travelling frosting salesmen.
Over the ensuing weeks, exercisers cycle rapidly through a dynamic interval training program designed by physicians that replaces reams of weight with lean muscle. A constantly changing roster of exercises, including cardio, plyometrics, and speed drills, keeps muscles on their toes to burn more fat than the first bacon grease-powered locomotive.
Active Care For Everybody. We are a multi-disciplined facility that offers physical therapy, chiropractic,occupational medicine, industrial testing (Pre/Post Employment Testing, Fit For Duty Testing, Functional Capacity Testing, and Agility Testing), nutritional coaching, Athletic training (event coverage) & massage.
Dr. Michael Richey didn’t always have that prefix in front of his name. A personal injury sustained while practicing martial arts caused Dr. Richey immense pain. His doctor at the time suggested surgery, which, according to Dr. Richey, only slightly alleviated the pain that radiated from his bulging disc. He turned to a chiropractor as a last-ditch effort to avoid a second surgery, and—within a week—his aches had subsided. So impressed by his treatment, Dr. Richey decided to become a chiropractor himself.
Today, Dr. Richey is able to practice martial arts on the side, though his career is now chiropractic medicine. At Living Well Family Chiropractic, he primarily targets and treats the joint changes that cause patients pain. Once pinpointed, he can work to readjust the spine into its original, erect position, supplementing treatments with massage, dietary counseling, physical therapy, and lifestyle-modification programs.
Dr. Jon Scott and Dr. Nick Brock have been alleviating chronic pain and realigning crooked spines for more than a decade. The secret to their chiropractic success? Well, for starters, Dr. Scott is certified to practice a technique known as Chiropractic Biomechanics of Posture, or CBP for short. This specialty technique allows him to pinpoint patients' issues more accurately than the traditional method, wherein patients silently act out their problems as charades. At Advanced Chiropractic Rehabilitation, Dr. Scott uses CBP to perform services such as spinal adjustments and rehabilitative exercises. Seeing as how chiropractic is an essentially holistic discipline, Dr. Scott also offers nutritional counseling to bolster his patients' overall health.
For two decades, the practitioners and therapists at Bodysattva Healing Arts Center have focused on the meaning of bodysattva—loosely translated from Sanskrit to mean body awareness. Through what they call the healing arts, the staff aims to awaken clients to the needs and power of their own bodies, yielding a higher quality of life. The healing arts encompass holistic services such as chiropractic therapy, acupuncture, and massage. Their therapeutic philosophy blends classical and modern disciplines of Eastern and Western origins tailored to the underlying issues of each individual. Practitioners rely on their experience and strengths to assess the needs of clients on an individual basis.