Chiropractic doctors Dan Dierdorff and Karima Cooper take a whole-body approach to their treatments, focusing on helping their clients stay well to prevent injury. Patients come to Austin Hillside Family Chiropractic for comprehensive exams, x-rays, and adjustments, and then receive customized care plans to make steps toward a healthier lifestyle. To further help their clients manage and prevent health problems, the staff offers massage therapy, corrective exercise regimens, and nutritional counseling.
Part teacher, part doctor, and part mother, Dr. Phyllis Books focuses on non-chemical approaches to medicine. Her proprietary neural-therapy method is designed to treat myriad conditions, ranging from TMJ to balance problems to her specialization: dyslexia. Customers can also obtain services such as migraine relief, allergy elimination, and ionic foot detoxification.
Doctor of Chiropractic Trevor Botts was well on his way to becoming a psychologist before he met his wife who suffered from migraines. Compelled to find the source of her migraines, he began studying chiropractic. He trained in techniques designed to help the body overcome maladies from chronic pain to digestive issues—all without the aid of medication. Today, he practices these same noninvasive treatments, such as spinal adjustments and massages, that helped heal his wife's migraines.
The team at Four Points Family Chiropractic tackles its patients' aches and pains with a suite of easing treatments. Its licensed massage therapists route out tension with eight types of massage, and a full range of chiropractic treatments is available to further boost health. Each of these treatments aids the body by triggering strategic stimuli, allowing it to generate its own healing effects. This might be done by rerouting nerve impulses or improving brain-body communication with gentle adjustments. There's never medication or surgery involved, and all treatments administered at Four Points are available for patients of virtually any age.