At Dunsky Rehabilitation and Spine Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Joshua Dunsky applies a whole person approach to each of his patients. Instead of treating them based solely on their x-rays or relation to Stretch Armstrong, he inquires about lifestyle habits and diet to gain a full picture of health. From there, he recommends treatments that can include nonsurgical spinal decompression, massages, or corrective exercises. To accommodate busy schedules, the center offers morning hours and stays open until 7 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Doctors and massage therapists join forces to address alignment issues, joint stiffness, and muscular tension all within the same visit to HealthSource Chiropractic & Progressive Rehab. Massage therapists correct muscular imbalances in shoulders and backs with hands licensed in therapeutic massage and shadow-puppet recital. Chiropractic consultations provide detailed assessments of the ailments behind each client's particular symptoms, as well as specific instructions for massage therapists and recommended courses of action.
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Down to Earth Acupuncture is a community acupuncture clinic, which means pricing is on a sliding scale and treatments take place in a group setting. While fellow patients lie back in soft armchairs in the practice's living-room-style setting, acupuncturists Emily Konstan and Josh Smolkin insert narrow needles. Both therapists have extensive health-care experience, and both are certified not only in acupuncture but in Chinese medicine as well. They prescribe herbal remedies when necessary.
Doctor of Chiropractic Joseph Dolak uses noninvasive, drug-free therapies to correct imbalances along the spine. By correcting these imbalances, he improves the nervous system and helps the body heal itself naturally. Dr. Dolak and his staff begin by assessing each patient's condition and learning more by either taking x-rays or getting Barbara Walters to interview their spine. The practice's massages can help relieve muscular tension, and the chiropractic adjustments can effect more lasting changes over time by correcting spinal function.