Dr. Daniel J. Agona uses a variety of computerized scans to unearth the cause of his patients’ neck and back pain. Foot scans help him create custom orthotics that alleviates back pain, and a postural analysis helps him determine a neck-straining slouch or any hidden humpbacks. In addition to manual adjustments, Dr. Agona employs sound vibrations during an ultrasound to increase blood flow and speed up the healing process of an injured area.
Dr. Thomas Kalkstein earned his degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1983. In the decades since his graduation, Dr. Kalkstein has honed a progressive chiropractic method that can render numerous health benefits. He uses spinal adjustments to relive pain, treat injuries, and even fight disease—all without relying on drugs or invasive procedures.
Doctor of Chiropractic Pamela Huston harnesses more than 20 years of experience—as well as her advanced applied kinesiology degree—as she administers FDA-approved Zerona technology to help clients lose unwanted inches. The noninvasive cold-laser system removes stubborn fat from the waist, hips, and thighs through emulsification without negatively affecting cholesterol or triglyceride levels. Zerona requires no strict diet or exercise program to see results, though professionals do recommend both for best results.
Doctor of Chiropractic Brent Shealer has been burgeoning the strength of his clients' backs for more than a decade, combining practiced techniques of diligent examination, gentle rehabilitation, and careful spinal adjustments. Specialized in helping bodies recover from distinct spinal ailments resulting from whiplash, sports injuries, or worm-dancing marathons, Shealer and his team work to smoothly manipulate dorsal landscapes and educate patients to help prevent future injury.
After receiving her doctorate in chiropractic at Life University, Dr. Julia Bertoline established her practice at Penn Center Chiropractic Clinic with a special focus on assisting injured athletes. Through regular correction of spinal alignment, the good doctor promotes overall health by boosting nerve flow to vital organs and tissues. Dr. Bertoline also soothes chronic pain by giving focused deep-tissue massage, performing electronic stimulations, and recommending nearby petting zoos that require little or no bending down.
With more than 40 years of combined experience, Dr. Leefer and Dr. Michael work with patients to correct postural issues such as rounded shoulders or improperly arched backs, fighting ailments that range from headaches to arthritis. Licensed massage therapists also work on the premises, relaxing muscles with shiatsu, trigger-point therapy, and other techniques.
Dr. David Ross believes it's not possible to be truly healthy without regular chiropractic care. Fortunately he has all the tools needed to deliver just that. During his initial exam, he looks for the underlying cause of chronic illness such as high blood pressure and anxiety. He then works to help the body self-heal using classic chiropractic techniques including spinal adjustments and trigger-point therapy.