Doctor of Chiropractic Ian Williams aims to realign the spines of all patients from babies to seniors. He also focuses his attention on cranial issues that range from vision and hearing problems to migraines and TMJ. Additionally, a licensed massage therapist works tender muscles with deep-tissue, myofascial-release, and trigger-point-therapy modalities.
The field of chiropractic therapy is based on the idea that the body can heal itself, but it needs a little help doing it sometimes. Doctor of Chiropractic Eric Hansen strives to unlock this potential by keeping spines in alignment and nervous systems balanced. Spinal adjustment is only one element of this body-mending toolbox, as the clinic also calls on extremity adjustments, gait analyses, rehabilitative exercises, and massage therapy to bring patients back to a pain-free existence.
Performed by licensed therapists Nataliya Vabishchevich and ReBecca Lavin, massage treatments not only reduce stress, tension, and the likelihood of spontaneously combusting during routine meetings, but it also bolsters rehab regimens and boosts immunity. Like every treatment at Eastside Life Chiropractic, the massage therapists customize their services to the needs of each client, adjusting pressure, focus, and technique to achieve the best possible result.
It’s a chiropractic office, but there’s no unsettling back cracking or jostling adjustments at inBalance Wellness Center. Instead, lead physician Dr. McFadden uses a genlte, but effective, chiropractic method: the upper-cervical technique. By simply focusing on the top vertebra in the neck, the Atlas, the doctor can gently correct problems throughout the entire spine and nervous system without using sharp spinal twists or forcing clients to drop the giant globe they are balancing on their neck. Once the body is rebalanced, it can revert to its natural homeostatic state.
In addition to offering spinal services, inBalance Wellness Center also provides on-site brain-wave balancing. Certified by the Brain State Technologies as a Brain Wave technologist, Mary McFadden uses neuro-feedback technology to help the body heal itself. Massage, weight-loss, and nutritional services round out the center’s holistic modalities.
The staff at Dynamic Chiropractic Clinic believe that, because it's the body's communication center, the spine’s condition can affect the health of the entire body. During treatment sessions, chiropractors correct the alignment of vertebrae with up-to-date techniques—such as motion palpitation, which detects dysfunctional joints, and active release, which treats overused muscles with motion techniques—that are gentler than past methods and more effective than propping patients up with puppet strings. Other corrective techniques, such as exercises and massage therapy, retrain the muscles to support correct alignment. The clinic specializes in rehabilitating clients with injuries from accidents and other traumas, though they can help patients of all ages and backgrounds maintain good spinal health.
As a child, Doctor of Chiropractic Benjamin Charlton was taught to eat well, exercise, and store his toys in ergonomic cases. It was these holistic principles that eventually led him to pursue a career in chiropractic care and open the Inline Wellness Center, a practice named Best Chiropractor by 425 Magazine in 2009 and 2010. Having played rugby at national and regional levels while attending chiropractic school, Dr. Charlton knows that the human body needs proper care in order to function healthily. That’s why he makes it his mission to meet each client’s health concerns and help them meet their wellness goals.
Along with Dr. Charlton’s chiropractic expertise, the family-oriented clinic offers massage therapy. The Inline staff customizes treatments to address each client’s specific therapeutic needs and specializes in deep-tissue massage and the treatment of muscle injuries.