The eastern medicine experts at the Jaseng Center for Alternative Medicine use non-surgical methods to assist patients and improve their health and quality of life. Using ancient holistic and natural healing methods, acupuncture aficionados aim to alleviate muscle aches and stresses. During each acupuncture consultation and session, trained professionals attempt to return the body's balance of yin and yang by inserting hair-thin pins into specific points, which restore the flow of "vital energies" that your body needs to successfully stay awake during lengthy foreign films. Jaseng's pristine, brightly lit offices offer an oasis of relaxation and continued comfort to needle-wary patients.
Text neck may sound like a gimmicky condition, but Doctor of Chiropractic Jonathan Sweeney would say otherwise. Texting tends to draws the neck forward, resulting in a posture that can cause muscle strain, as well as more serious problems such as disk hernias and pinched nerves.
To undo the effects of text neck, sports and work injuries, and other function-impacting issues, Dr. Sweeney and his team take an integrative, holistic approach that considers the whole body. Based on initial examinations, the staff—which includes massage therapist Kelly Allen and eclectic-health practitioner Dee Dee Torre—decides what treatment or combination of treatments would have the most positive impact on each patient. This might include chiropractic adjustments done alone, or in conjunction with therapies such as massage, rehabilitative strength training, or reiki healing that aims to infuse patients with healthful energy.
When Doctor of Chiropractic Fataneh Hooshdaran meets someone with a health complaint, she goes on a hunt for the underlying cause of the problem. She then works to correct it with spinal adjustments, rehabilitative exercises, or by recommending broader lifestyle changes, and unlike pill-stuffed pi?atas, she does not fill her patients full of medications. She also treats overall health with soothing therapeutic services such as massages, paraffin baths, and moist-heat therapy.
Dr. Mike Rogerson lends his last name and skilled hands to his practice, Rogerson Chiropractic Family and Sports Clinic. Atop his cushioned tables, he employs sports massage and chiropractic techniques to treat injuries and chronic pain at both the muscular and skeletal levels. He has worked on ballet performers, Ironman competitors, and is the official chiropractic doctor of the Silicon Valley Roller Girls, the local semi-pro roller derby team.
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.
For nearly two decades, Doctor of Chiropractic Jay Ebadat has helped his patients battle headaches and back pain with natural treatments that promote self-healing. Using techniques such as the Diversified method?s manual thrusts or the Activator method's handheld spring-loaded tool, he corrects spinal misalignments with gentle adjustments. Dr. Ebadat?s focus on health extends to the community at large with free Back Basics classes, where he furnishes participants with a greater understanding of spinal care and gives tips on how to avoid piggyback-ride requests from sumo wrestlers.