Doctor of Chiropractic Justin Page welcomes patients into a sunny, calming office where he spreads his passion for healthy living, much like a nutritionist who plants veggies in unwitting neighbors’ yards. He recalibrates spines in the comfort of a private room or right next to the waiting area, where chiropractic chairs wait for charges to sit and reap the effects of treatment. Suggestions for pain-busting alterations to daily living ignite confidence in patients as they make their way out the door or through the ventilation system.
After enduring a year of unemployment, Mark Allen faced fear and uncertainty. He walked away from a car crash as a teenager, but on reaching his 30s, the accident's effects—chronic headaches, plus a shoulder problem—continued intensifying to the point where he could no longer work. Unsure of what to do, he visited a chiropractor, and, in a few weeks, his injuries had diminished. Convinced that chiropractic treatments had changed his life, Mark enrolled at Logan College of Chiropractic, graduated with honors in 1986, and opened Plus Care Chiropractic & Wellness Center soon after.
Today, Doctor of Chiropractic Allen and his partner, Dr. April Simmons, work with a team of massage therapists to free patients of musculoskeletal maladies while also educating them on whole-body well-being. At each client's first appointment, the physicians conduct an in-depth consultation covering present and past health concerns, followed by a physical examination including a battery of tests. After analyzing the results, Plus Care's team recommends integrated-care regimens, which may include chiropractic adjustments using equipment such as a Thompson table. Further treatments can range from massage and acupuncture to guidance on how to infuse everyday meals with helium.
While playing hockey at the age of 18, Dr. Shawn Martin began experiencing pain in his lower back. A natural athlete, Martin sought help from his family doctor, but found only minor relief from his pains. It wasn’t until his grandfather took him to a chiropractor that Martin found relief from his condition, as well as a new calling in life––to help others to live lives free of pain.
After studying at Palmer College of Chiropractic, he spent seven months traveling to Thailand, Cambodia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, and Peru living as a local and delivering chiropractic care to hundreds who may not have had access to it otherwise. Today, his practice sees patients as young as 1 day old and as wise as 97 years of age, who seek out his staff's expertise in everything from spinal adjustments and active therapies to massage. Holding degrees in chiropractic and biology, and certified with the Acupuncture Society of America, Dr. Martin also enjoys educating the community through health classes and staged readings of his spine-theme haikus.
Chiropractic adjustments realign the skeleton, lift excess stress from muscles and joints, and clean up the interwoven nervous system. For the last 10 years, Doctor of Chiropractic Patrick Lowe and his devoted staff have taken this natural, holistic approach to health to help ache-and-pain-ridden patients find relief from a variety of bodily troubles including neck pain, migraines, lower back pain, asthma, carpal tunnel, digestive problems, acid reflux, and more. A visit to Lowe Chiropractic & Wellness Center will commence with a consultation and exam to help Dr. Lowe understand your current health concerns. The session includes two x-rays to ensure that every possible pain culprit is located. Using the resulting information, Dr. Lowe and staff can target woes before a relaxing hourlong massage.
While lifting weights in high school, Dr. Stephen Graham injured his back. His treatment plan included trips to a chiropractor, and within a month of his first manual adjustment, the amazing results helped him realize that he wanted to become a chiropractor. Now at the helm of his own practice, Graham Chiropractic, he spends his days helping others find relief from back pain through adjustments, alleviating the pain of pinched nerves with computerized adjustment instruments, and through electrical muscle-stimulation treatments.
Board-certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. Peter Buecker has been consulting with patients and treating pain since 2005. Over the years, he's noticed that people who complain of physical pain frequently suffer from emotional pain and stress as well. At Wellness 360, Dr. Buecker and his team help patients achieve wellness in the body and the brain with services such as massage therapy, nutritional advice, and wellness workshops. Visitors to the practice also can relax the mind and lengthen the muscles during yoga classes.