The breadth of Taschler Spine & Rehab's list of alternative treatments makes it easier for doctors of chiropractic Jennifer Lee Taschler and Kevin P. Ward to do their jobs. That's because, depending on their patients' needs, they can mix-and-match treatments to create a level of personalized healthcare normally only obtained by having a hospital wing named after you. A particular patient, for example, could complement their deep-tissue massage with therapeutic exercises, spinal decompression, e-stem, therapeutic ultrasound to relax their muscles, or nutritional supplementation. Drs. Taschler and Ward stand by the motto of "Got pain? We have the answer!" They offer traditional chiropractic work which they can augment with therapeutic pillows, lumbar ice packs, and heating pads.
Born and raised in northern Virginia, Dr. Andrew Stynchula first witnessed the rejuvenating effects of chiropractic care when one of his uncles treated his father?a former NFL player suffering from chronic knee pain. Witnessing this simple, yet effective adjustment inspired Dr. Stynchula to pursue a career as a chiropractor dedicated to noninvasive, drug-free therapy.
Although Dr. Stynchula continues to learn about new methods and technologies?including everything from cold-laser to infrared treatment systems?he still embraces the potential of a personalized adjustment. Using no fewer than five distinctive adjustment modalities, the staff at Stynchula Wellness and Sports Rehab Center restores balance and promotes neuromusculoskeletal health across patients' entire bodies.
For a truly well-rounded and holistic approach to wellbeing, the staff also offers services such as nutritional guidance, which encourages patients to alter their diets and occasionally take whole-food supplements. FDA-approved spinal decompression treatments help relieve joint pain and inflammation by loosening restrictive scar tissue surrounding spinal discs. Massages can also help relieve chronic muscle tension and pain while helping patients relax after an all-day game of freeze tag.
Each of the doctors of chiropractic and acupuncturist at Active Care Chiropractic & Acupuncture brings a different specialization to the treatment table: chiropractor Dr. Jong Hee Cho is knowledgeable in auto-accident injuries and posture correction; acupuncturist Hee Jin Kim uses a clean-needle technique to boost immune systems; and chiropractor Dr. Yongmin Lee’s experience heals sports injuries with an ART method. But regardless of their styles, each staffer aims to promote whole-body well-being with drug-free and nonsurgical treatments such as chiropractic, physical therapy, and acupuncture.
Eschewing the idea of invasive procedures altogether, Fairfax Laser Like Lipo uses advanced aesthetic technology to target stubborn fat deposits that slowly respond to exercise and lifestyle changes. Dr. Thang Do oversees the center's dedicated technicians when he isn't providing chiropractic care. Their laser-like treatments can spot-reduce adipose tissue, help contour regions across the body, and improve skin tone by minimizing the appearance of cellulite plus they carry the added bonus of being able to evaporate sidewalk puddles. Fairfax Laser Like Lipo also offers detoxification programs and whole-body vibration sessions.
At Accessible Beltway Clinics, a large team of licensed chiropractors traces chronic ailments to their sources and treats them with adjustments. Using technology such as cold-laser therapy, custom-fit orthotics, and spinal decompression, staffers work to relieve patients’ symptoms through a combination of chiropractic and physical therapy.
Doctors of Chiropractic Nicole and Alexandre “Mick” Sicre perform x-rays, adjustments, and posture analyses inside Active Family Chiropractic's vibrantly hued treatment rooms. Patients recline on special treatment beds as a spinal expert realigns vertebrae that clients have knocked askew by getting injured in sports games or typing on a computer keyboard tied to their back. A weight-loss program incorporates packets of Ideal Protein into patients' diets to help them shed stubborn pounds.