Doctor of Chiropractic Felde got his first look at the chiropractic profession when he was only 16 years old, and he never turned back. After incurring a back injury during a jet-ski accident, he sought alternatives to prescription drugs and surgery; his quest soon landed him in the office of a chiropractor, who helped him to recover fully and ignited his fascination with the field. Chiropractic therapy would continue to play an integral role in his life for years to come, helping him to keep up with the physical demands of collegiate rugby and finally leading him to pursue his own chiropractic doctorate.
Today, Dr. Felde owns his own practice, where he draws upon his wealth of personal experiences to help his clients to overcome pain with safe, noninvasive methods. Before each treatment, the doctor gathers a clear picture of his patient’s injuries through neurologic, orthopedic, and chiropractic evaluations. He then sets out to correct misalignments and knead the kinks out of vestigial tails with chiropractic adjustments, massages, and acupuncture treatments.
The chiropractors, exercise therapists and massage therapists that helm each of The Wellness Group's four locations are uniquely qualified to heal what ails you. Whether the pain stems from overexertion, a work-related injury, or a chronic condition such as arthritis, the staffers combine their unique skills to put patients back on the road to a pain-free existence. They can also help patients shed pounds through medically supervised weight loss programs.
At Olympico Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Thomas George draws on his degree from the National University of Health Sciences to help relieve his patients’ pain. Beyond spinal adjustments, he also specializes in a variety of services such as cold laser therapy, therapeutic exercise, electrical muscle stimulation, and weight-loss therapy. By exercising the power of these treatments and using them in combination with each other, Dr. George can help alleviate afflictions that range from neck pain and back pain to fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches.