Before Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Miller founded Healing Hands Chiropractic, he excelled in a different arena—basketball. The one-time hoops player from Canada parlayed his love of sports into a career as an athletic trainer, which allowed him to develop therapeutic methods for alleviating the physical maladies of his teammates. This hands-on approach to healing rivaled the kinesthetic euphoria of bounding across the gleaming hardwood court, and inspired him to pursue massage and chiropractic licensing in order to infuse clients with relaxation and assist in recovery from injuries.
Dr. Miller or massage therapist Paula Liberty leads guests past floor-to-ceiling-windows, models of healthy spines, and sketches of what Gumby's spine might look like before inquiring into individual issues and applying a variety of modalities. Dr. Miller educates patrons in free, biweekly seminars on health-related subjects such as yoga, cholesterol reduction, and peace treaties with bees, and also organizes food and coat drives for those in need.
As a chiropractor with additional certifications in soft-tissue techniques, such as the Graston technique and Kinesio taping, Kerri Howerton uses a range of approaches to find the best way to resolve back pain. At Active Body Chiropractic & Wellness, Howerton and her staff work to free patients from the pain and discomfort derived from auto or sports injuries, fibromyalgia, and other issues.
The Rejuvenate Mind Body Wellness Center team members of psychologists, chiropractors, dietitians, massage therapists, and fitness instructors combine their areas of expertise to holistically heal minds and bodies. Their core philosophy states that health is tied not only to diet and exercise, but to emotion as well. By marrying therapeutic treatments such as acupuncture with fitness classes and psychology sessions, patients approach their well being with the correct state of mind while unlocking repressed dreams of drowning in a sea of Twinkie cream.
Dr. Frances Hollembaek's career path has not always pointed in the direction of chiropractic. After earning her undergraduate degree in business administration, Dr. Hollembaek began receiving chiropractic care for better health. A few weeks later, she noticed that all of her recurring sinus and digestive issues were no longer present, and her stress and anxiety levels had dropped considerably. Amazed by her own healing, Dr. Hollembaek decided to change gears and pursue a doctorate in chiropractic.
Today, Dr. Hollembaek owns Chiropractic Wellness Center at Main Street Market Place, where she and her team help others feel as reinvigorated as she does. They correct physical imbalances with services including massage therapy, spinal decompression, and gentle but effective adjustment techniques. The crew can also assist adults with their weight-loss goals, offering seven-day cleanses to promote wellness and food-journaling techniques to confess secret cutlery crushes.
Herbs and microcurrents. That sums up the spectrum of services at Bethesda Chiropractic & Acupuncture Clinic. Doctor of Chiropractic Martin K. Mun practices traditional Chinese-medicine treatments, such as acupuncture, acupressure, and qi gong, as well as more technologically advanced treatments, such as cold-laser and ultrasound therapies. These diverse services are used to treat an equally diverse selection of disorders and conditions, including insomnia, allergies, headaches, neck and back pain, sports injuries, and motor vehicle accidents.
Neck pain doesn't typically come from the neck: it is often rooted in the spine, spinal column, and nerve network. At Midwest Chiropractic and Sports Medicine, Doctor of Chiropractic Sean P. Rogan and his staff uncover the underlying causes of bodily aches and pains so that they not only soothe them, but end them. Dr. Rogan relies on such treatment methods as spinal adjustments, decompression, electrical muscle stimulation, and laser therapy to leave muscles pain-free and relaxed.