Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Tomshack conquered myriad fields and the skies before pursuing the art of chiropractics. After graduating from college, Tomshack became an officer in the U.S. Air Force, received his MBA, and finally graduated summa cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Calling upon his newly mastered spinal savvy, Tomshack opened his own practice, whose enormous success led to a gradual expansion and eventually became the nationwide network that exists today. At each HealthSource location, teams of licensed chiropractors, massage therapists, and physical trainers work in unison to help provide comprehensive care, restore ailing statures, and lead masterful renditions of the hokey pokey.
Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Tomshack founded HealthSource, a network of more than 380 practices across the country, based on his innovative treatment protocols and rehab techniques. One such trademarked therapy is his Progressive Rehab, which works to strengthen the area of the body that is causing the pain, rather than numbing it with medication or introspective lectures on mortality.
Rose-sugar body scrubs, herbal body wraps and facials, heated-stone massages—whatever the service, pampering the guest is the first priority at Mona Lisa Spa & Salon. Along with skincare and massages, the staff beautifies guests with hair- and nailcare services. Spa packages—such as the rejuvenation package that features a combination of an herbal facial, herbal body wrap, and sea-salt body scrub—provide the ultimate pampering for a day focused on relaxation and beauty.
Licensed massage therapist Lauren specializes in Swedish and deep-tissue massage, helping to relax the tight back and neck muscles of her clients in her Edwardsville clinic. Each Swedish massage uses flowing strokes to relieve stiffness, and each deep-tissue massage harnesses the power of deep, sustained pressure to relieve stress and pain. Better Health & Performance Chiropractic animates a functional philosophy with its services, such as rehabilitative exercises and movement-based assessments normally only used in job interviews for the person in the office that does everyone else’s daily exercise.