When Dr. Bruce Watson was a child, his father got injured at his cabinet-making shop. Young Bruce was scared; his dad was in pain and couldn't work. Finally, Grandma suggested that Dad pay a visit to her chiropractor, and a single visit got Pop off the couch and back in the shop. The impact this had on Bruce was tremendous. And after earning his chiropractic degree years later, Bruce again called upon personal experience to decide how to run his private clinic. Dr. Watson asked himself, "How would I like my father (or any loved one) to be treated when they enter a chiropractic office?" Constantly evaluating his answer to this question makes it easy for the doc to maintain Watson Chiropractic's friendliness, attentiveness, and results-oriented approach.
At Telecure, world-class medical care is only a phone call away. Its staff of emergency-room and urgent-care specialists are trained to treat a number of conditions virtually, without an in-person doctor's visit. They are all licensed to practice medicine throughout the state of California and respond to medical consultation calls within 15 minutes. Following their safe, legal phone consultation, clients can pick up their prescriptions from a local pharmacy.
Telecure's service has helped thousands of patients suffering from issues such as cold and flu, allergies, headaches, sore throats, and digestive problems. To ensure participant safety, staffers are trained to recognize red flags for serious issues that cannot be treated virtually. In those cases, they will direct patients to a local emergency room or urgent care provider for treatment.
At the Non-Surgical Pain Relief Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Ron Vernon finds noninvasive ways to help patients overcome pain. While his primary chiropractic services include spinal adjustments and decompression treatments?which he uses to treat pain from injuries, sad movie endings, or conditions such as arthritis?he doesn't focus only on the back. He also coordinates HCG weight-loss programs and administers hyaluronate injections for increased knee mobility.
With hundreds of participating locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-health-care professionals that delivers a variety of dental services. The collective places an emphasis on relationship building—meaning patients can confess their most egregious toffee-apple trespasses while receiving a teeth scrubbing delivered with precision and understanding. Each of the dentists has the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a tooth-stack. Since Right Dental Group encompasses a wide range of offices and dentists, customers can schedule appointments online for any dental service—from routine cleanings and x-rays, to restorative crowns, Invisalign treatments, or cosmetic Zoom whitening—at the neighborhood location they prefer.
Dr. Marie-Jeanne Takis, a practitioner in the Madame Et Monsieur–slimming-salon franchise, helps patients of all ages and body types tone their physiques during one-hour sessions with Electro-Slim's FDA-approved pulsing electrodes. After collecting measurements and discussing treatment goals, a technician adheres said electrodes directly to the patient's skin and bombards areas of cellulite with a rhythmic onslaught of electricity that causes site muscles to contract. Some say this passive exercise bears a similar sensation to that of a deep massage and is as invigorating as hot-wiring an ice-cream truck. Clientele include adults and children struggling with weight issues, gym buffs hoping to tackle stubborn problem spots, and lightning bugs in need of a recharge.
Occupational therapists Dr. Brian R. Foltz and Ross E. Sato founded Pediatric Motor Playground to help children aged 2.5–12 develop physical and academic skills needed to succeed in school. At centers in Lafayette and Danville, the therapists and their team of educational-fitness instructors guide kids through the company's patented Motor Curriculum: 50 straight minutes of activities specifically designed to develop skills such as hand-eye coordination and social interaction. During these sessions, instructors might have kids play basketball, climb on foam-padded gym equipment, exercise with fitness balls, and practice their handwriting.
Dr. Foltz and Mr. Sato aren't comfortable just letting any instructor or animated snowman teach their curriculum. Each educational-fitness instructor completes at least 240 supervised hours of training and must pass both written and physical evaluations.