Doctor of Chiropractic Jeffrey Leverone has built a career around treating back pain using nonsurgical spinal treatments. He and his team draw from methods such as chiropractic adjustments, and spinal decompression back to relieve conditions such as sciatica, bulging discs, or postural problems. The staff is also vested in helping patients lose weight through lifestyle changes and laser-like lipo technologies.
Within a rural private retreat setting bordered by woodlands and a small pond, Between Two Worlds' holistic menders invest in stepwise therapies and meditative technologies in a quest to aid in fully balanced lifestyles and to unite physical and mental awareness. Massage sessions, tailored programs of personal training, and toxin-ousting treatments aim to bridge the cognitive gaps between mind and body. With a strict code of product standards, the center only uses and sells wellness materials that the company leaders have tested themselves for months in advance or that have been teleported from the future with a signed note of efficacy. Several therapies aim to unlock the brain's imaginative potential through the Dagaz visual sound system, which attempts to curb nonproductive thoughts with an immersive series of sounds and colors and to thereby reduce stress.
Chiropractic specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that are caused by mechanical dysfunction of the joints, and their effects on the nervous system. We specialize in a multi-discipline approach to healthcare: We offer Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Nutrition to heal the body.
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Although Doctor of Chiropractic Cameron Macewen of Tritown Chiropractic Offices has been granted hospital privileges at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island, patients won't find any needles or sutures in his office. Instead, he relies on the patients' own body to help relieve pain. During exams, he locates subluxations in the spine that usually point to the source of the pain and eases them out with noninvasive spinal adjustments and rehabilitation therapy. These techniques are designed to trigger the body's self-healing process, eschewing the need for medication.