Dr. Ronald E. Rosen invokes more than 20 years of teeth-tending experience to correct crooked ivories and deliver sparkling smiles. Dr. Rosen utilizes an intra-oral camera to meticulously examine each bicuspid and incisor so that patients can observe the process up close and record the footage for mouth modeling auditions (a $110 value). Teeth then will undergo x-rays to help detect molar maladies (a $97 value) before gums and chompers are thoroughly cleansed to eradicate plaque and prepare teeth for corn-on–the-cob season (a $122 value).
Doctor of Chiropractic Todd Whittemore’s familiarity with chiropractic care dates back to the adjustments he received before he was 10. Years later, chiropractic adjustments came in handy again after a hockey injury damaged his ability to breathe, which a chiropractor remedied. By this time, Dr. Whittemore had already graduated from college and was working as an engineer. But the success of the treatment for that rib, along with subsequent treatments for his ankles, inspired him to enroll in chiropractic school.
As a former engineer, Dr. Whittemore has a head for structure and function, and he applies this knowledge while examining the spine for structural deficiencies. Stow Family Chiropractic's high-tech diagnostic equipment picks up whatever his eyes can't see. Computer analyses reveal any roadblocks in the nervous system, and x-rays paint a picture of backbones, showing any deterioration or slipped disks that might be impinging on the nerves or on patients’ ability to carry their cars to work.
Equipment: AWMA, Century, Everlast, Thaismai, Masterline
Students should bring: Loose fitting long pants, t-shirt, bottle of water
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60-90 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: You don't need to get ready to begin training. Just start.