As you walk up the palm-tree-lined pathway toward Chiropractic Boulevard, carefully landscaped red, pink, and violet flowers nod their heads in the breeze, setting the stage for what is likely to be a very relaxing visit. Bright, metallic-hued koi swim languidly in a rock-edged pond near the entrance. Past the reception area, with its cheerful yellow walls and sleek leather armchairs, you will come across an earth-toned treatment room. It’s here where Doctor of Chiropractic Russell Chow, who has been in practice since 1999, specializes in active release techniques—a deep muscle and connective-tissue therapy designed to reduce motion dysfunction, scar tissue, and nerve entrapments.
Meanwhile, in the massage-therapy suite, guests lounge on 500-thread-count sheets while listening to calming music. Flickering candles and fragrant aromatherapy sticks enhance the tranquil scene, and a woven room divider provides an ideal spot for superheroes to change quickly.
Chiropractors at Specific Chiropractic Centers coast to coast get their clients walking tall with advanced spine-straightening technology. They pinpoint spinal abnormalities with an advanced thermographic scan that sends heat cascading through problem areas, allowing the professionals to make an informed diagnosis. From there, they deploy their chiropractic method to fix upper-cervical kinks and restore neural functionality. The goal is to perform as few adjustments as possible both to respect clients' schedules and to carve out more time for practitioners to work on their puppeteer careers.
At Widenbaum Chiropractic Center, Jon Widenbaum, DC and his team combine chiropractic care, physical therapy, and massage to alleviate pain and promote better health. Dr. Widenbaum's degree in clinical nutrition informs his approach to wellness, which is both neurological and metabolic. He searches for the underlying stresses and ticklish spots that compromise the nervous system and uses brain-based therapy and other neurological exercises to ferret out physical causes of discomfort. Dr. Widenbaum is proficient in various adjustment techniques and, as a state-appointed disability evaluator and qualified medical examiner, uses the precise Gonstead method to address whiplash and other auto-accident-related injuries. His associates have several specialties, including Dr. Melinda Roman, whose Webster-technique expertise allows proper treatment for pregnant mothers and pediatric patients.
The crew has created a welcoming vibe in the treatment rooms with soothingly earth-toned walls and inspirational bronze art. Kids stay occupied in the reception area, which features a school-bus-shaped play station with lumbar-reinforced seating.
Alexander Chiropractic's four-doctor team aims to assuage all forms of neck and back pain with a spectrum of specialized chiropractic therapies. Initial visits kick off with a thorough consultation and exam that allows the doc to sleuth out potential perpetrators, such as a slipped disc or a shivery spine. After detailing all findings, the doctor will discuss potential treatment options, which can include spinal decompression, manual adjustments, or strict posturing. Beyond solving the mysteries behind back aches, the Alexander team also obliterates pain associated with whiplash, headaches, and never slowing down at speed bumps.
Dr. Hamid Joushanpoosh draws from more than 10 years of holistic chiropractic experience to help promote well-being without the use of surgery and drugs. Having helped athletes, auto-accident victims, and patients just looking to uphold their health, Dr. Joushanpoosh takes on a whole-body approach, offering chiropractic care, nutritional counseling, therapeutic exercise, and massage therapy. He also specializes in treating extremity problems, including carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, and frozen shoulder, which is usually healed with six minutes in the microwave.
In 1990, Doctor of Chiropractic S. Scott Newman opened Newman Chiropractic Offices, where he and his colleagues have been treating ailments of the spine for more than two decades. Patients come to this clinic with whiplash, sports injuries, or regular old aches and pains, which the team addresses with an array of drug-free techniques. Chiropractic adjustments correct locked and malfunctioning joints of the spine, while massage therapy reduces chronic tension in muscles.