At Dynamic Chiropractic, patients meet with Doctor of Chiropractic Kimberly O’Gorman Raby, a graduate of Life University who specializes in Diversified, Thompson, and Activator adjustment techniques. Her chiropractic services help alleviate physical pain and correct misaligned vertebrae. Augmenting matters are massage kneads from seasoned massage therapist Carole, who has been relieving patients’ pains for more than a decade with her uniquely therapeutic style.
A combination of chiropractic adjustments, massages, and physical therapy helps patients find relief from both chronic and new pain. The staff also works preventatively, offering lifestyle counseling and nutritional advice that introduces more healthful foods to your diet.
When interviewed by Holistic Health magazine in 2006, Dr. Scott Denny proclaimed, “There is a great synergy when conventional medicine and oriental medicine are applied together.” This holistic harmony is readily apparent at Integrative Hospital Associates and MultiCare Clinic, where Dr. Denny has devoted his life to treating acute and chronic health issues with an approach that integrates the healing philosophies of both Eastern and Western medicine. Together with his personable team of chiropractic physicians, nutrition experts, and massage therapists, Dr. Denny works tirelessly to enhance clients' well-being through acupuncture and an array of other therapies designed to help combat addiction, disease, and habitual sleepsurfing. Oriental-medicine techniques, such as herbal medicine and the Gua Sha healing process, work alongside services based in conventional science, such as cold-laser therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
Among other accolades, Dr. Denny is the 11-time recipient of the Continuing Education Excellence Award in Pain Management and has served as the President of the American Academy of Pain Management and the head of acupuncture services at Holy Cross Hospital Feldman Center for Optimal Health. The compassionate doctor has been featured in local news media for his “multifaceted approach” to treating chronic pain and is also the inventor of Dodai Fusion Therapy, a combination of ancient Japanese manual therapy and meridian-based acupuncture techniques.
With the belief that many of the body’s maladies and chronic pain stem from spinal misalignment, Dr. Michael Cohen and his staff dedicate themselves to helping patients achieve overall wellness through drug-free, holistic treatments. Specializing in auto-accident injuries, neck and back pain, and chronic headaches, Dr. Cohen employs such healing arts as K laser therapy and spinal decompression. Both techniques utilize advanced technology designed to reduce pain. The staff also tends to achy muscles during massage sessions with a combination of precise pressures and long, soothing strokes.
Implementing a "whole-person approach" to wellness, Dr. Jan Buchholz and his team of specialists work to discover and defuse the source of patients' ailments rather than simply treating isolated symptoms. A-1 Wellness & Rehab/Barr Chiropractic's multifaceted pain-fighting tactic combines chiropractic care with nutrition and lifestyle counseling, physiotherapy, and massage. Dr. Jan's mixture of treatments has helped numerous patients recover from chronic issues, ranging from a back that'd go out four to five times a year to tear-inducing hand cramps to a 20-year neck ache exacerbated by mimicking Steve and Doug Butabi.
The human body is a machine: an intricate system of individual parts that all rely on coordinated communications from the nervous system. When that system of communication breaks or slows down, the machine may not necessarily shut down, but it will operate at less than peak efficiency. Dr. Roger Verno has dedicated more than 20 years of his life to restoring those lines of communication, using chiropractic care to help improve neurological function and jump-start the body's natural healing processes.
At their core, Dr. Verno's chiropractic adjustments aim to relieve chronic pains while addressing the underlying conditions that caused those problems in the first place. Since these sorts of precision tweaks are especially valuable for athletes, Dr. Verno often lends his therapeutic talents to everyone from football and basketball teammates to triathlon competitors and shot put quality-control testers.
When a relatively simple hands-on adjustment might not be enough to fully address a patient's needs, Dr. Verno and his team aren't afraid to utilize technological assistance. X-ray imaging gives the staff a clearer look at potential problem spots, and computerized spinal-decompression systems help them pinpoint and treat the pinched nerves that can cause lower back pain and sciatica. Cold laser therapy and ultrasound treatments also help the therapists address specialized problems within the body's intricate framework of muscles, nerves, and organs.