After graduating from Parker College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Jeanna Townsend returned home to Edmond, Oklahoma, and opened Townsend Chiropractic. There, she treats clients of all ages, removing nerve interference with adjustment techniques such as the Gonstead, the Thompson, the Activator, the Flexion Distraction, and the Charleston.
Our Chiropractor, Dr. Millspaugh, can help relieve you of everyday backaches and pains. He can also treat conditions such as: headaches, numbness and tingling of extremities, neck pain, back pain, tension in or between the shoulder blades, low back pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, and many other musculoskeletal conditions.
From start to finish, Brook Sloat tailors each of her massages to the pesky aches, pains, and stress-prone areas that her clients need fixed the most. With specializations in everything from migraine relief to posture problems, she combines modalities such as aromatherapy, deep-tissue work, and reflexology to melt away tension on heated massage tables.
Dr. Emily Taylor not only practices chiropractic. She's living evidence of its benefits. A sufferer of debilitating migraines, her chronic pain disappeared after her first adjustment, inspiring her to pursue a career in the field so she could help others as it had helped her. Her treatments eschew modern solutions to back pain, abandoning methods such as surgery, drugs, or holographic back braces in favor of the body's natural healing mechanisms. Her practice's quaint décor is more reminiscent of a home than a doctor's office, and her patients relax in the cozy waiting room while results from x-rays come in.
The dedicated, board-certified duo of Brandon and Megan January use their years of knowledge and training to fight spinal subluxations (misalignments), and disrupted energy through a combination of acupuncture and chiropractic techniques. This treatment package advocates that, with the removal of persnickety spinal and energy disruptions, the human body can heal itself from degeneration, like a wolverine regrowing its metal fingernails. After the initial consultation and exam ($150 value) and x-rays ($200 value), the therapy, adjustment, and acupuncture begin ($50 value). The first chiropractic treatment uses hands-on, low-force technique to optimize overall health by restoring normal functions to the nervous system, ridding vertebra of harmful hangers-on. Immune systems get a boost with intersegmental traction, which stimulates important acupuncture points along the spine and exercises disks. Much to the chagrin of needle maniacs, the Januarys use needleless acupuncture to rout the body's sources of pain, disease, and organ malfunction. Instead, electrical stimulation opens up the express lanes of the body's energy highway. This fast, safe, and easy technique rejuvenates blood flow, puts a bounty on the heads of bodily aches, and forces porcupines to seek employment elsewhere.
Dr. Joshua Wilson learned the ways of the human spine at Parker Chiropractic College and during his own experience with back and knee pain. Now heading his own practice, he examines patients' posture before correcting misalignment, relieving pain, and helping bodies function properly. He treats patients of all types and ages, from his own sons to a World War II veteran, tending to conditions as diverse as sciatica and removable trick kneecaps.