Apex Clinic's medical doctors, chiropractors, and nurse practitioners work together to treat problems such as fibromyalgia, migraines, and injuries resulting from car accidents. They might use spinal-decompression treatments to create space between vertebral discs and alleviate pinched nerves, or Supartz injections to assuage knee or shoulder pain. They can also combat migraines with the Tx360 migraine treatment and help relieve chronic back pain with physical medicine.
As the name implies, the trio of doctors at Brixton Chiropractic and Acupuncture deals out noninvasive chiropractic and acupuncture treatments geared toward vanquishing pain without the use of drugs. They extol the body’s ability to heal itself and attempt to stimulate that property with a combination of spinal adjustments that relieve pinched nerves and sterile needles to reroute the body’s energy. In addition to plying their healing services in the office, they also arm clients with self-care information, such as exercises and proper nutrition.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Pargeter, a graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College, relies on gentle adjustment techniques to realign misplaced vertebrae. One such technique, the prone specific technique, does so without twisting the patient's torso or back. These patient-minded movements pair with x-rays and therapeutic services such as needle or needleless acupuncture to foster overall wellness.
Proper nutrition is key to healthy living, a view espoused by health-food store and co-op OKC Organics. Each week, OKC Organics staffers load share bags with organic fruits and veggies for weekly pickups, so members have healthy ingredients to make dinner with or to pelt at unfunny clowns. They also keep store shelves stocked with organic and gluten-free breads, free-range meats, and vitamins, as well as bath-and-body products. Even ready-made drinks are bursting with nutrients; shakes include metabolism-boosting tea and add-ins that help rebuild spent muscles or encourage healthy blood pressure.
Practitioners at Stretch U employ The Carey Stretch method, which was developed by professional physical therapist John Carey. Through his work with countless professional athletes, including baseball players and golfers, John developed his method to help unblock constricted neural pathways and help boost functioning of the nervous system. Through a combination of stretching muscles, nerves, and the myofascial system, the Cary Stretch method strives to improve athletic performance, increase mobility, and increase range of motion.
Doctor of Chiropractic Allison Lees—a former collegiate soccer player—and Doctor of Chiropractic Kayla Smiley—a former collegiate basketball player—both know the physical toll athletes can face. At their practice, the chiropractors take a special interest in helping people recover from sports injuries, as well as chronic pain in the back and extremities. Dr. Lees is also certified in acupuncture to help further alleviate aches and allergies.