Growing up, Doctor of Chiropractic Caleb Runne’s parents emphasized good health. In fact, his father was a chiropractor. So as an adult, Dr. Runne wanted his own family to reap the benefits of a similar lifestyle. He followed in his father’s footsteps, and the two even practiced together for several years after Caleb graduated from chiropractic college.
Despite a lifetime of experience, Dr. Runne remains open to learning new techniques. When he received an upper cervical correction years ago, he realized: this method is effective but underutilized. Dr. Runne quickly adopted the skill and soon saw patients improve in ways he’d never expected—their blood pressure normalized, digestive problems disappeared, and lost nervous function returned. Today, Dr. Runne continues to use upper cervical correction to eradicate aches and pains, coupling it with trigger-point therapy to further identify and treat troublesome spots.
Offers health economics phone consultations designed to optimize health as measured on important blood tests. Typical consultations include topics ranging from optimal HDL (good form of cholesterol) levels and how to achieve them, optimal hormone levels, cancer risks from high serum glucose levels, optimal vitamin doses,
A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Clark Eckert realigns spines and treats tense muscles with prescription-free pain relief. During the first-day exam, patients undergo a two-hour vertebrae vetting with orthopedic and neurological tests, which include a series of simple muscle maneuvers to uncover backbone trouble areas and dormant X-men. All exams come complete with a consultation, as well as x-rays for patients with suspicious skeletal structures. Post-assessment, patients can soothe exam anxiety with the one-hour massage, or save the pampering for a later date. Eckert Chiropractic Center offers weekday office hours until 6 p.m. with same-day appointments for sudden-onset stiffness.