Scott Herman draws upon his chiropractic skills and experience to relieve pain according to a whole-body philosophy. His office employs the latest advances in chiropractic technology, such as x-rays that don’t run on coal. Through decompression treatments as well as nutritional counseling, exercise, and massage services, each body leaves Tropical Chiropractic Group's office with a healthy new spring in its step.
Bofshever Wellness Center's Doctor of Chiropractic Harley Bofshever?who has treated more than 18,000 patients and who holds a fellowship in chiropractic pediatrics?rehabilitates the bodies of men, women, and children through chiropractic adjustments. He applies quick, gentle pressure to misaligned vertebrae to push them back into place. Though the loud cracking noise that often accompanies adjustments may sound scary, Dr. Bofshever reassures his clients that adjustments are not painful.
When adjustments aren't enough to battle such conditions as lower-back pain, migraines, and sports injuries, Dr. Bofshever turns to supplemental treatments, such as massage therapy, physical therapy, and laser therapy. He also sees to total-body wellness with nutritional counseling and lifestyle-modification counseling, which may teach a client to cut out soda from their diet or rely on a strongman, instead of their backs, to lift something heavy.
The medical professionals at Stanger Health Care Centers, led by founder Doctor of Chiropractic Jeffrey L. Stanger, treat clients' minds and bodies at six locations throughout South Florida. Drs. Stanger, Botelho, Geisse, Alshon, Tobin, and Weinstein tackle ailments of all stripes—including work, sports, and auto-related injuries—but don't neglect the softer skills. Massage therapists ease tension and promote circulation, psychologists help sort through emotional difficulties, and orthopedic surgeons remind feet that they are, in fact, special.