Doctors of Chiropractic Fred Renaud and Isaac Birchall combine their experience and know-how to alleviate and prevent pain associated with the back, neck, and shoulders. They quickly treat symptoms with adjustments and develop plans to correct posture and movement to stop the pain from recurring. Their medical skills also extend to treating whiplash and arthritis.
In 85 offices across the country, chiropractors combine their skills and decades of experience to alleviate soreness and stiffness caused by spinal conditions. In all New Beginnings Chiropractic Offices, chiropractors receive coaching, the most up-to-date training, and daily reports on the condition of the earth?s enormous spinal column.
Doctor of Chiropractic Michael Shows works closely with clients to help them improve their lifestyles through holistic interventions and healthy behavior changes. His services range from spinal adjustments and corrective exercises to posture screenings and massage therapy. Nutritional counseling programs generally begin with a one-on-one consultation, which can uncover barriers to well-being, including high blood pressure and spontaneous hiccups.
With 45 years of chiropractic experience between them, Drs. Steven and Sharon Lark holistically help patients of all ages overcome aches and illness through spinal adjustments. The husband-and-wife team gleans insight into what ails their patients with thorough examinations, x-rays, and by placing peas beneath mattresses before gently adjusting vertebrae on one of their plush treatment tables.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Chiropractic adjustment with massage
Brands Used: Biofreeze, Traumeel, Biotone
Pro Tip: At Backworks, we customize every treatment to meet each individual's specific needs and conditions.
Backworks' Doctor of Chiropractic David Markovich, who has treated aches and pains for more than 20 years, prides himself on having the knowledge and experience to help those who haven't found previous therapies to be successful. But he also knows that some people need something different than his care, and he only accepts patients who he thinks he can actually help.
By performing exams, analyzing postures, taking x-rays, and constructing detailed family trees, he ferrets out the ways injuries and soreness manifest in different bodies. After that, Dr. Markovich constructs an individualized course of treatment for his patients.
He conducts the treatments in a setting that he describes as relaxed and informal, "so it does not feel like a sterile medical environment." Assisting him is Marta Pena, a certified massage therapist who supplements chiropractic treatments with massage modalities such as deep tissue and sports therapy.