Many people would rather not turn to drugs to treat certain aches and physical maladies. Chiropractic massage offers an alternative method of healing that can help improve your overall well being without relying solely on medication. There are many benefits to chiropractic and massage treatments.
Pro-Care Medical Center's founders dreamed of a family practice where medical doctors and mental-health specialists worked under the same roof. That dream became a reality in 2004, when the center first opened its doors. Today, at Pro-Care's four locations, clients receive comprehensive clinical care—the center's services range from family medical care to weight-loss programs.
At Optimum Foot Care, a team of orthopedic experts help alleviate aches across the entire body with a range of orthotics. Thorough foot-and-ankle evaluations allow the team to choose inserts with just the right amount of arch support, stability, and cushioning to correct unbalanced strides, relieve spinal pain, and protect joints.
Doctor of Chiropractic Ramon Rosales’s chiropractic adjustments are only part of the healing services he offers at his practice. Patients can also find relief from back pain, headaches, and allergies during acupuncture treatments, massage sessions, and therapeutic exercises. When not adjusting backs or the spines of elderly library books, Dr. Rosales spreads his wealth of knowledge during workshops on topics that include carpal tunnel syndrome, staying fit while you sit, and preventing on-the-job injuries.
Regardless of the doctor of chiropractic you see—Hollis Helms at United Chiropractic or Brad Cudnik or Keith Taylor at Pecan Valley Chiropractic—you’ll certainly be in practiced hands. Though they have more than 60 years of combined experience as chiropractors, the trio spends ample time refining their craft in postgraduate courses and training. Their treatment techniques vary slightly by office and include traditional spinal adjustments, decompression, massage, and therapeutic exercises, such as swimming in a pool full of aromatherapy oils.
Licensed massage therapist Samantha Vez set up her Soma Therapeutics shop inside Souk Home Decor Store, where she brings hundreds of hours of experience to the massage table to make clients feel better. After graduating from the Lionheart Institute of Transpersonal Energy Healing in 2003, she has since racked up seven years of practice in a number of modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, and ashiatsu oriental bar therapy. Samantha has traveled as far as South America to study the Isha Judd system, and her passion for continuing her education led her to earn a certificate in reconnective healing. To keep her body in tip-top shape, Samantha also practices Bikram yoga and regularly plays frisbee with her massage table.