Rather than treating individual symptoms, IHS's Doctor of Chiropractic Kevin Schneider seeks out the root source of persistent back, neck, and muscular pain. After mining spines for intel with thorough evaluations and x-rays, he applies precise and gentle adjustments to vertebral misalignments, whipping backbones into perfectly upright baluster dowels. The doctor designs a complete chiropractic-and-wellness program targeted to each client's needs, recommending corrective exercises to be performed at home and pointing patients to optimum health through the clinic's other services, including lifestyle and nutritional counseling, massage therapy, and acupuncture.
At ProActive Health & Wellness, a skilled staff revitalizes worn-down or overstressed bodies through chiropractic care, nutritional guidance, and massage therapy. The expert hands and trained eye of a licensed therapist perform customized massages and chiropractic exams, helping to identify sources of discomfort and pinpointing your coccyx’s reading comprehension level.
A combination of manual adjustments and nutritional counseling boosts the health and wellness of Dr. Rod Beseman’s patients. Headaches, neck pain, muscle spams, and even carpal tunnel syndrome are tackled at Beseman Chiropractic Center. In addition to in-clinic services, the staff teaches patients corrective exercises that can be done in the comfort of their own home or favorite elevator.
Captained by licensed chiropractor Dr. Larry Estebo, Premier Health Chiropractic's team of spine adjusters has been scrutinizing and soothing pained backs since 1983. After discussing patient health issues and treatment options during a brief consultation, doctors perform a chiropractic examination, testing bodily flexibility, posture, and how quickly knees can answer riddles. If necessary, doctors x-ray patients to more closely inspect them for signs of spinal misalignment or degeneration. Following the initial 20- to 30-minute diagnosis, doctors magically transform their digits into masseuse fingers, digging and rubbing into the deepest, tensest contours of client spines during a 30-minute session that unburdens backs of persistent stress knots and lower-back tattoos.
As a child, well before she became a certified massage therapist, Maggie Fritzke loved to give rudimentary rubdowns to her friends and family. Today, she has turned this natural inclination into a true art form, intuitively searching out areas of tension with the long, gliding strokes of Swedish massage. Her skill really shines during her deep-tissue massages, when embedded muscle knots relent under the firm pressure, rocking, and stretching of her hands and forearms. Fritzke can even come to clients' offices to perform chair massages while they're taking breaks or working on patenting new ways to sit in chairs.
The licensed massage therapists at Ideal Massage extol massage as more than just a relaxing luxury. Although their massages can in fact induce sublime serenity, the team focuses more on the therapeutic aspect of massage. They gear their strokes to not only relieve headaches and muscle tension but to boost energy, improve sleep, and increase mental function.