Doctor of Chiropractic Rick Palazzo uses a trifecta of health services to fully rehab injured and achy patients. Chiropractic adjustments alleviate a wide range of ailments, from back pain to headaches and even carpal tunnel syndrome. Those same ailments—along with herniated discs and shoulder pain—also find relief with acupuncture treatments and physical-therapy services such as muscle stimulation and massages.
The staff members at Family Chiropractic & Spinal Health Care Center perform an array of services to care for the bones, nerves, muscles, and connective tissues that make up the body. Some treatments include therapeutic massage, spinal adjustments, and exercise techniques designed to treat pain from common conditions without surgery or medication.
Winner of more than 100 mixed-martial-arts competitions, Tiger Schulmann shares his pride and love for fighting and self-defense with both adults and children in gyms across five states. From first-time grapplers to expert muay thai fighters, students of all fitness and experience levels are welcome to dive into a class at Schulmann’s. At more than 47 locations, adults can take classes in kickboxing, MMA, and jujitsu—the last of which instills students with the skill and confidence to take down opponents of any size, strength, or telekinetic ability. Kids, meanwhile, can learn martial arts for fun, or gain useful experience in bully prevention; the kids’ classes help victims immediately identify and safely diffuse situations when pitted against an aggressor.
At Valley Dental Group LLC, dentist duo Drs. Sheila Bahadori and Allen A. Ghorashi tend to mouths with traditional orthodontic care and cosmetic procedures ranging from teeth-whitening treatments to ceramic restorations. The mouth maestros scare crooked chompers straight with braces and employ porcelain veneers to revamp worn or chipped teeth. The team also distributes take-home whitening trays or performs in-office Zoom! treatments that leave teeth brighter than the sun's first idea, assuming it ever comes up with one.
Being raised in the Burmese fighting styles by his grandfather and working as a professional fighter between the ages of 16–26, Phil Dunlap is fluent in the language of foot and fist. A time would come, however, that would physically challenge him more than any of the 114 professional fights he's participated in. Prior to his 26th birthday, he broke his neck in a car accident, forcing him to step out of the ring for what medical professionals thought would be forever. This didn’t sit well with Dunlap, who had been used to pushing himself since he was a child. On a mission to prove his doctors wrong, he worked long and hard enough to eventually fight again at the age of 36 and open his very own studio, Advanced Fighting Systems.
Today, he and his team lead classes, including Burmese boxing and mixed martial arts, which focus on self-defense and total-body fitness. They put students through standup striking drills and demonstrate how to wrap legs and arms around opponents to develop useful grappling skills for winning a match in the ring or convincing your boss to give you a raise. While the instructors help fighters train for competitive matches, they don't pressure anyone to go in that direction, creating an environment where everyone can feel free to achieve their own goals.
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