Gary Mock alleviates pain with massages and rolfing. He offers deep-tissue massages as well as the Unwinder, a massage designed for those that spend a lot of time at their computers. Alternatively, rolfing is a holistic approach to treating pain that takes the body’s relationship to gravity into account when manipulating its soft tissue. Gary uses rolfing to ease clients' chronic pain, increase their ranges of motion, and help their bodies gain resilience.
Achieving a sense of physical and mental wellbeing requires more than a daily soak in the vitamin jacuzzi. Luckily, the staff at The Wellness Lounge takes a multifaceted approach to fostering that inner and outer balance. The holistic health practitioners work together to provide nonsurgical, medication-free alternatives to traditional medical procedures, all with the intent of helping their clients live healthier, more fulfilling lives.
Those alternatives can take any number of forms. Chiropractic adjustments, for instance, might help restore function throughout the body, while massages can incorporate a variety of specialized modalities to address each recipient's particular concerns. Traditional acupuncture treatments combine with therapies such as moxibustion or cupping to address ailments and promote healing. The clinic moves beyond the purely clinical, too, hosting therapeutic yoga classes that emphasize mind-body connections. And, delivering on the "lounge" half of its name, the center also offers such relaxing touches as an on-site tea room and extremely polite massage chairs.
Doctor of Chiropractic Josh Caldwell and his wife founded UTC Chiropractic as a treatment facility for the whole family. He says that, "Health must be earned and maintained," pointing out that if you're not actively maintaining it, you're losing it. Thus, he works with people of all ages to provide spinal adjustments, relieve pain, and to support an active, healthy lifestyle of beating vegetables to a pulp and then drinking them.