Doctor of Chiropractic Wayne Maynard uses spinal adjustments, corrective exercises, and lifestyle advice to keep his patients’ bodies in balance. He treats common concerns, such as headaches, backaches, and neck pain, along with more serious issues, such as injuries from accidents. Maynard welcomes patients who are new to chiropractic services and goes out of his way explain the finer points of his approach and the science behind his techniques.
American Chiropractic Association member Dr. Adam Woods and his staff at Woods Chiropractic adjust joints, manipulate muscle tissue, and advise on rehabilitative exercises that foster health in the neuromusculoskeletal system. The chiropractic evaluation (a $100–$150 value) involves an examination of the body's framework to check for potential postural imbalances that may be contributing to physical aches related to carrying fruit baskets atop the head. To create a more in-depth picture, the body's framework is x-rayed (a $100–$150 value, depending on number of images), allowing the doctor to analyze any spinal misalignments and diagnose the appropriate corrective therapy if needed.
Asthma, migraines, and menstrual cramps are not usually ailments that prompt patients to visit a chiropractor. Yet Doctor of Chiropractic Broc Derryberry is confident he can help. Rather than immediately turn to medications, the doc invites patients of all ages and illnesses to stop into his office for a thorough consultation and exam. After reviewing a patient’s medical history, he conducts a physical, neurological, and orthopedic exam, taking notes about the spine, posture, reflexes, and joint motions as he goes and snapping any x-rays that are needed.
With this comprehensive report, he can treat a variety of bodily issues through manual manipulation of the spine. By returning the vertebrae to their normal position, adjustments can relieve symptoms beyond the typical back and neck pain. For example, Dr. Derryberry can help treat numbness, sports injuries, and even asthma and emphysema by releasing tension in the chest. And after each appointment, he and his staff provide a holistic health rundown, offering advice for exercise, diet, and nutrition, as well as a prescription for weekly bear hugs.
As the name implies, the trio of doctors at Brixton Chiropractic and Acupuncture deals out noninvasive chiropractic and acupuncture treatments geared toward vanquishing pain without the use of drugs. They extol the body’s ability to heal itself and attempt to stimulate that property with a combination of spinal adjustments that relieve pinched nerves and sterile needles to reroute the body’s energy. In addition to plying their healing services in the office, they also arm clients with self-care information, such as exercises and proper nutrition.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Pargeter, a graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College, relies on gentle adjustment techniques to realign misplaced vertebrae. One such technique, the prone specific technique, does so without twisting the patient's torso or back. These patient-minded movements pair with x-rays and therapeutic services such as needle or needleless acupuncture to foster overall wellness.
Doctor of Chiropractic Marcus Favorite adheres to the traditional chiropractic philosophy: to help the body heal itself. At Favorite Chiropractic, he aims to accomplish this goal by freeing the brain-body communication that can become disrupted by out-of-position vertebrae or really tight shirt collars. Disks can occasionally slip, limiting the spinal cord’s ability to transmit signals to the muscles and organs and causing illness. During adjustments, the doctor applies careful pressure to strategically shift these disks back into place, thereby triggering the body’s natural healing processes. Dr. Favorite’s sure hands and gentle disposition can help alleviate a range of ailments for patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly.