It was a back injury sustained as a Black Hawk pilot that first introduced Ronald Warner to the powers of chiropractic treatment. After 20 years spent in the army, he felt the call to serve again. And so, finding his pain cured, he became a chiropractic practitioner, determined to help others live pain free. As a former military pilot, he found himself drawn to a type of care that relied on precision and objectivity: a type of care known as upper cervical technique. This form of treatment––which involves making careful and specific spinal adjustments––can be especially helpful to those suffering from conditions such as multiple sclerosis, parkinsons, fibromyalgia, and vertigo.
Today, Dr. Warner also offers a variety of other services to help his clients live better lives. Biofeedback sessions and nutritional analysis help identify and correct imbalances within the body, and hair mineral analysis can help reveal aspects about a patient's diet, such as whether they're getting enough vital nutrients or drinking enough shampoo.
From a young age, Rosibel Kersjes, CMT, absorbed not only the multicultural influences of her native Venezuela, but also the teachings of her Chinese grandfather, an expert in traditional Chinese medicine. After years of witnessing the power of natural healing, she decided to pursue massage and bodywork to enhance others' mental and physical well-being. Beyond state-level and national certifications in massage therapy, Kersjes has trained and been certified in specialty techniques including bamboo fusion massage and cupping therapeutic massage. She is also versed in Ruthie Piper Hardee's Ashiatsu oriental bar therapy, in which she walks barefoot on the back, making deep, sweeping strokes that push out bodily toxins and muscle knots.