If Drs. Ajay Syam and Scott Cohen were superheroes, their utility belts would be filled with some impressive gadgets: ultrasound tools, x-ray machines, and physical therapy implements to name a few. But, seeing as how all that gear couldn't possibly fit on a belt, instead they house it in their two offices. There, they aim to alleviate pain in their clients, treating everything from carpal tunnel syndrome to sports-related injuries.
Unsurprisingly, the chiropractic duo tends to focus on the spine. They examine vertebrae for subluxations, or misalignments, and administer adjustments accordingly. Their methods can reduce pain in the back, neck, and shoulders, and could be supplemented by massages performed by other staff members. They also treat recurring symptoms caused by arthritis and fibromyalgia, as well as work injuries caused by sumo-wrestling a finicky photocopier.
Chiro Cleveland's massage therapists have one primary focus for their patients?their' muscles. According to the family-owned and operated clinic, dysfunctional muscles are the most common cause for neck and back pain, which sends a signal to the brain that it should be addressed. To treat muscle tension, Chiro Cleveland often uses effective massage techniques. Each patient is examined by a highly-trained and skilled medical massage therapist to identify potential causes of pain. Once located, the source of pain is administered with targeted massage therapy, ranging from a rigorous deep tissue massage to softer approaches. Aiming to make every patient feel healthy and renewed, therapists also outline post-treatment procedures for quicker pain relief.
Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Tomshack founded HealthSource, a network of more than 380 practices across the country, based on his innovative treatment protocols and rehab techniques. One such trademarked therapy is his Progressive Rehab, which works to strengthen the area of the body that is causing the pain, rather than numbing it with medication or introspective lectures on mortality.
Nathan Baxter found his dream career in a not-so-comfortable way: by getting a concussion. In a high-school wrestling practice, his opponent tossed him into a solid metal door, and when he woke up, he had whiplash, as well as a nasty bump on the head. When his prescription didn't seem to help with the problem and he continued to miss school, his family doctor referred him to a chiropractor, and a few adjustments later, he was sleeping soundly and back in class. That experience set him on a path that would lead to founding his own chiropractic office, and to 5 years of helping other people overcome their injuries, structural problems, and discomfort.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Marucci is well-versed in the subject of injuries?he's been through a fair share of them himself. Chiropractic care was a huge part of his injury recovery, and he wants to help his patients find that same relief. Adhering to the belief that natural remedies and preventive care can supplement the body's ability to heal itself, Dr. Marucci and his team provide a range of chiropractic services. Through myriad approaches, they work with patients to help relieve issues such as chronic fatigue syndrome, headaches, and sports injury.
At Synergy Chiropractic, Drs. David Klosterman and Ryan Zimmer entwine the holistic approaches of chiropractic, acupuncture, nutrition, and massage therapy. They believe in the body's ability to self-heal, and they eschew drugs and needles in favorite of non-invasive treatments designed to stimulate this ability. Chiropractic adjustments correct impingements in the spinal cord by gently nudging discs into healthier positions, and acupuncture aims to unclog the body's energy pathways to promote overall physical and mental wellbeing.