At Chiropractic USA, Doctor of Chiropractic Robert Watson and his staff emphasize the overall improvement of health to trim down risks and achieve wellness objectives. The facility's chiropractic care abides to a whole-person approach, which seeks out underlying causes of pain instead of simply examining what is on the surface. Beyond that, the team guides patients toward wellness by offering lifestyle advice, nutritional counseling, and massage therapy.
As he witnessed his massage patients returning over and over again with the same ailments, massage therapist Richard Aragon realized he wanted to do more for them. Conventional medicine had little appeal, and physical therapy seemed too similar to his massage skills. Ultimately, he landed on the study of chiropractic care. Now he tends to his patients with techniques he's been mastering since 1993, using a whole-person approach that treats both the causes and the symptoms of ailments and doesn't neglect the client's spare hand.
Dr. Paul Pratt is a licensed chiropractic physician who uses a "whole-person approach" to treating patients. This approach involves seeking out underlying causes of disturbances or disruptions in the body, and suggesting interventions and lifestyle adjustments to optimize the patient's health. Dr. Pratt will use the information gleaned from your consult, exam, and x-rays to investigate causes of pain and soreness, and provide you with a corrective spinal adjustment. He will also be able to offer counsel about further treatment options. Wellness Chiropractic Center boasts many satisfied customers whose lives have been improved as a result of treatment. Contact these spinal sages to schedule your appointment.
After having a sledding accident at age 8, Dr. Amanda Smicklas regained her health with the help of a compassionate chiropractor. Years later, that counselor served as the inspiration for Dr. Smicklas?s own chiropractic practice. Inside an airy office where Van Gogh's sunflowers adorn buttery-yellow walls, she works hard to make sure that her family-oriented practice lives up to its cheery moniker. Lavishing each guest in friendly, personalized attention, Dr. Smicklas places an emphasis on having fun, unlike practitioners who straighten up spines by making vertebrae sit through boring after-school specials. Technology is constantly updated to ensure that treatments are as effective as can be and that the office achieves its chiropractic goal of restoring comfort and overall health without drugs or surgery.
Doctors Scott and Melody DeMent, a husband-and-wife team, each followed a different path that led them toward chiropractic care. Scott started out as a chef in New Jersey before he decided to return to Arizona and follow in the footsteps of his chiropractor father. At the same time, Melody’s struggles with headaches and asthma made her turn to the field for her own health. The two met while attending New York Chiropractic College and shortly thereafter started their business, where they specialize in spinal therapies such as decompression and cold-laser treatments.
Doctor of chiropractic E. Talbot Jenkins has been helping patients overcome pain without the use of prescription medicine for two decades. Today, at Pantano Chiropractic, he continues to employ adjustment techniques to treat everything from headaches to dislodged vertabrae. Given the holistic approach, his chiropractic care can yield an array of health benefits, including better posture and decreased tissue inflammation.