Optimal Wellness Family Chiropractic?s savvy spine specialists, including Doctor of Chiropractic Michaella Walter, who was featured on Examiner.com, and Doctor of Chiropractic Jennifer McCarthy and Doctor of Chiropractic Elizabeth Biehl, tend to a wide range of ailments by mitigating subluxations in the spine that may hinder the nervous system and overall well-being. The doors at Optimal Wellness Family Chiropractic are wide open to every type of humanoid, including pregnant women and children, whose complaints of colic, earaches, and allergic reactions may lessen with treatment.
Chiropractic alignment for new and existing clients treats musculoskeletal complaints and aims to prevent disks from slipping due to athletic activity or mislaid banana peels in the spine. Helmed by therapists Michelle, Randilynn, Amber, Tonya and Guistina, who share years of experience, the adjoining massage center supplements spinal services by relieving chronic aches in joints and stimulating circulation for faster recovery time.
For more than five years, founder of Renaissance Chiropractic Life Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Stephen Upchurch, suffered from lower-back pain and sciatica, often going for days with numb hands and the inability to stand. His standard medical treatment involved taking pills, but these evinced little change in his condition until he submitted himself to chiropractic care. Inspired by his dramatic transformation, Dr. Upchurch entered Life Chiropractic College, where he mastered the spinal-manipulation techniques that helped restore his own health. Dr. Upchurch uses these natural methods to assuage the aches of his clients and continues to receive regular adjustments himself to gird his active lifestyle and prevent his vertebrae from fossilizing. Also available through his practice are nutritional counsel, lifestyle advising, and therapeutic massage.
After a back injury downed him on the varsity football field of his high school, David Sinawi sought medical treatment. Thanks to the handiwork of a skilled chiropractor, he soon recovered and discovered a passion that would shape his professional life.
Now the chiropractor behind Complete Spine & Joint Center, he offers his patients the same quality treatment he received, employing diversified chiropractic techniques, massage therapy, and spinal rehabilitation. He also uses lifestyle-advice sessions and nutritional counseling to help patients identify and eliminate unhealthy habits, such as riding on the butler's shoulders to work instead of walking.
Doctor of Chiropractic Daniel Tominello has been a believer in the healing potential of spinal care since the age of 10, when he received his first chiropractic treatment. Since then, he has gotten taller, graduated from the Life College School of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia, and logged more than 15 years practicing holistic medicine. Dr. Tominello takes satisfaction in helping his patients find relief from pain, and refers them to other healthcare providers when they have an ailment outside of his wheelhouse.
As a marathoner and former college football player, Doctor of Chiropractic Thomas Kopsch understands the unique demands athletes put on their bodies. Although he expertly treats everyone, from kids to seniors, he brings a special passion to patients that present him with sports injuries, stretching problems, and fantasy-draft questions. Dr. Kopsch remedies misalignments of the joints and spine using a variety of adjustment techniques, in addition to offering pain-relief treatments that make use of low-level laser therapy.
Dr. Jeff Allyn has been a practicing chiropractic physician for more than two decades. In 1994, he opened the doors to his own practice at Berkley Chiropractic Clinic. Here, Dr. Allyn and his staff manage issues with muscles and bones in an honest, ethical fashion, zeroing in on each individual's unique needs. The process typically starts with a free consultation, which enables Dr. Allyn to pinpoint problem areas and determine whether or not a patient is actually just two pranksters stacked on each other's shoulders. From there, the doc and his staff decide if chiropractic manipulative care is an option, and if other forms of therapy, such as massage, could also be helpful.