In more than 75 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 offices, chiropractors receive coaching, the most up-to-date training, and daily reports on the condition of the earth’s enormous spinal column.
Dr. Jeff Rynders refers to his work as "core tension release," an approach to medicine that combines various spinal and chiropractic techniques to alleviate aches throughout the body. As the sole provider inside his office, Dr. Rynders always treats his patients one on one. And, instead of depending on machines or elaborate Rube Goldberg setups, he relies mostly on his hands to deliver treatments, which allows him to evaluate and rectify many issues right on the spot. Dr. Rynders also dishes out advice on health-related subjects, including nutrition, exercise, stress, and lifestyle choices.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jacob Bastomski first became interested in problems tied to the nervous system when his youngest son was discovered to have a lazy eye. Eager to understand this specific type of dysfunction and learn interventions that could help his son avoid surgery, Dr. Bastomski went back to school and completed a post-graduate course in neurology. Today, he relies on the holistic practice of neurology to treat neck and back pain, as well as help patients simply maintain their health. His office boasts high-tech gadgets such as deep-muscle lasers, a DeLorean that sends patients back to less achy moments of their lives, and a VAX-D decompression table, which Dr. Bastomski uses to complement services such as spinal adjustments and nutritional counseling.