At Broomall Total Health Center, every patient's health is the responsibility of one dedicated man: Dr. Marc Belitsky. Since graduating from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic, the National Board–certified chiropractor has been working to treat conditions such as whiplash, scoliosis, and arthritis. Using equipment such as x-ray machines and computerized muscle testing, Dr. Belitsky determines the source of each patient's discomfort. He then treats said aches with numerous noninvasive procedures, including electrical muscle stimulation and cold laser therapy, a treatment formerly used for evil by Mr. Freeze.
At Concord Medical Spine and Pain Center, Dr. Trent Ryan uses X-rays, orthopedic and neurological physical examinations, and verbal consultations to get to the root of medical issues troubling clients. Combining his insights with knowledge of a client's medical history, Dr. Ryan prescribes a course of treatment that blends 20 types of musculoskeletal adjustments, soft tissue treatments, massages, and physical therapy.
At Chester County Chiropractic & Wellness, Dr. John Woodward has the benefit of the latest technology, making holistic care even more effective. High-tech equipment such as the DRX 9000 accomplishes non-surgical back relief helping bulging & herniated discs.
Dr. Christopher Fiordaliso operates under the premise that the body functions as a single continuous unit whose health is predicated on the brain’s ability to communicate with it. When this communication becomes disrupted by slipped discs or subluxations in the spine, the results can manifest themselves as a range of illnesses, from headaches to digestive issues. He works to relieve these ailments by carefully examining each vertebrae before realigning them with gentle adjustments and massages.
At Frankford Health Associates, a licensed chiropractor works to trace the root of clients' health problems back to their spines through meticulous exams. Then, through careful adjustments of the spine, the chiropractor works to relieve symptoms appearing across the body.
Eye on Wellness founder and coach Ritva Dale focuses on improving clients' state of mind as well as their bodies. Drawing on her nutrition education as well as her life experiences, Ritva provides a holistic view of health and wellness during her nutrition, life, career, and fitness coaching sessions. In addition, she offers training sessions, supplements, and detoxifying footbaths.
Terri H. Ritchie has seen firsthand the power of proper nutrition in nurturing a person's health. Throughout her career, she's worked as a research scientist at the Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital Cancer Research program and in the fields of virology, immunology, and oncology. Since 1995, Ritchie calls upon that expertise to help clients live healthier lives through her private clinical-nutrition practice, Advent Nutrition. Relying on a functional, medical-based approach, she consults with clients to match their specific bodily needs to a nutrition plan that incorporates everything from pre-planned meals to nutriceuticals, ensuring bodies receive a balance of nutrients so they don't grow prehensile tails due to too much potassium.
For Doctor of Chiropractic Scott E. Rosenthal, taking over the family business meant stepping into the shoes of his chiropractor father and helming a practice more than 40 years old. Inspired by his father's work, he set out to straighten backbones and nurture the health of others by learning all he could about chiropractic care. But he didn't stop there—a passion for health and wellness led him to become a registered yoga teacher and earn certification in the Webster technique of pediatric care. His studies also enabled him to become an expert in nutrition and the writer of a monthly column for Living Well Magazine that discusses the pros of a healthy diet, nutritious foods, and breathing.
All of this knowledge serves to bolster the health of Rosenthal Chiropractic's patients. Dr. Rosenthal's chiropractic services for adults, children, and expecting mothers keep them healthy from head to toe, and he performs specific treatments that address more troublesome disc problems. Free, in-office health classes hosted by the staff impart tips on eating healthy, stress reduction, and exercise for corporate workers.