Dr. Richard Huffman gently renews zest in soul sacks after leading thorough consultations and exams that unveil each client's medical history, pains, and eagerness to smile for x-rays. Huffman also uses this time to explain the science behind chiropractic practices, which generally aim to treat the "whole person" by addressing misalignments in one of the body's seven spinal columns. Once Huffman has collected and shared adequate information, he treats the client's body to a soothing first treatment that may include a bone adjustment and dose of needleless, pressure-centric acupuncture.
Doctor of Chiropractic Cody Elledge treats more than just backaches and stiff necks—he works to keep the nervous system tuned up and humming efficiently. By maintaining the health of the body's control centers, Dr. Elledge is able to help his patients overcome many a malady without drugs or surgery. Acupuncture treatments complement his holistic treatment regimens, lending to his well-rounded approach to bringing balance to the body.
Doctor of Chiropractic Wayne Maynard uses spinal adjustments, corrective exercises, and lifestyle advice to keep his patients’ bodies in balance. He treats common concerns, such as headaches, backaches, and neck pain, along with more serious issues, such as injuries from accidents. Maynard welcomes patients who are new to chiropractic services and goes out of his way explain the finer points of his approach and the science behind his techniques.
The hospitable, hands-on healers at Brooks Wellness Center have nullified bodily aches and tensions for years, providing a range of relaxing massage treatments. The Swedish massage, one of the most popular massage techniques to not incorporate massage gloves made out of cotton candy, uses light-to-medium pressure and flowing movements to veto gauche stress proposals. Alternatively, the intensive deep-tissue massage uses a series of higher-pressure knead styles to ghostbust loitering phantasms that haunt the nooks and crannies of your vessel. Whatever process you choose, the licensed de-knotters will leave the muscles feeling rejuvenated, sending ripples of unrestrained relaxation to the brain and nearby marmots. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
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.
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.