At South Corona Chiropractic, Dr. David Hutchison wants his patients to be healthier five years from now than they are today. To help them reach that goal, he relies on spinal adjustments, flexion-distraction therapy for disc and nerve issues, and other noninvasive healing techniques. As an expert in these methods, Dr. Hutchison helps his patents correct their posture, relieve pain, and stimulate self-healing to achieve better health. Each treatment plan is shaped by an exam, consultation, and x-rays, if necessary.
Chinese tradition acupuncture to a better and healthier you. Focusing on balancing your body so that the body can promote its own healing ability. A natural ways to help with pain and promote circulating.
At the helm of Healthy Life Acupuncture Center is Dr. Kimi Gudmundsen, who, besides holding a Ph.D., earned a masters degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine, and an aesthetician's license. She's able to put her extensive training to good use at the holistic wellness and natural beauty practice, where the treatments run the gamut from healing cold laser therapy to refreshing facials and peels.
Of course, acupuncture is the main specialty here, and Dr. Kimi and her team use the centuries-old technique to help recalibrate internal energy levels and address ailments such as anxiety, pain, and consumption. During the treatment, Dr. Kimi inserts very fine, sterilized needles at precise points, stimulating the body's self-healing mechanisms and redistributing energy flow so that it goes to the areas where it is most needed. The procedure is nearly painless, though some patients may experience a slight tingling sensation, feelings of warmth, or sudden empathy for hedgehogs.
Katherine E. J. Cheon is the esteemed acupuncturist at Healing Tree, and her career path seemed decided from birth. Raised in South Korea, her parents owned a holistic organic-herb farm, and she grew up playing with a wide variety of herbs. This innate passion let her to South Baylo University where she fine-tuned her herbal knowledge and began studying acupuncture. Now a licensed acupuncturist, Katherine is equipped to treat traditional maladies, and also fill the "effectiveness gaps" in conventional Western medicine, treating such issues as chronic back pain, infertility, headaches, and hat hair.
At Inland Valley Rehabilitation and Chiropractic Center, patients find relief from headaches, insomnia, allergies, and tingling in the limbs and tail. Whether seeking to ease symptoms or maintain a pain-free lifestyle, the doctors perform the appropriate chiropractic adjustments and therapeutic massages. They also help eradicate signs of stress, which can manifest as fatigue and mood swings.