Exercise therapy, therapeutic massages, and spinal adjustments are a few of the techniques the trio of chiropractors at Family Practice of Chiropractic perform to help patients achieve pain-free living. They blend these drug-free services into customized treatments designed to balance the body and vanquish pain without the use of medication or surgery. In addition to these direct techniques, the team also doles out advice on nutrition and herbal supplements.
Certified Rolfer Kimberly Richey eases bodies into balance during 75-minute Rolfing sessions. As opposed to massage therapists, who drive tension from muscles, or chiropractors, who realign spines by advising patients to sleep on a ruler, Richey’s practice focuses on the fascia, the soft tissue that surrounds muscles and connects organs to one another. Direct pressure coupled with guided movements work to release tightness within connective tissues, restoring proper movement to the body as a whole. Continued Rolfing sessions can result in improved posture and mobility, reduced pain and stiffness, and increased circulation.
At HealthSource Chiropractic, staff members work with clients to develop written individual action plans to treat joint and muscle pain. A tailored treatment can blend attention from chiropractors, massage therapists, and progressive-rehabilitation staff to leverage the diverse benefits of a variety of modalities in the same visit. All staffers are trained to educate clients about chiropractic care's role in overall physical well-being, using a nifty song that helps you remember what the hipbone is connected to—a USB port.
The hypnotherapist at South Carolina Hypnosis help clients find inner peace by tapping into their subconscious. During the appointment, the hypnotherapist guides clients to a heightened state of awareness. They use deeply relaxing techniques to unlock the subconscious, working to help clients overcome undesirable behaviors and affect lasting change. Hypnosis can be used to help manage pain, improve sports performance, control food habits, reduce stress, eliminate insomnia, or overcome stress.
With hands filled with hot stones and aromatherapy oils, licensed massage therapist Melisa E. Russell devotes herself to relaxing clients. Knowing each individual carries stress differently, she tailors massages to the clients’ unique needs, integrating elements from Swedish, deep-tissue, aromatherapy, and energy bodywork. In addition to confronting tension with her hands, she also relaxes clients with natural nail services, ear candling, and foot scrubs.
After an experience with chiropractic care as a freshman in high school, Sean Phillips knew he would one day become a chiropractor. At Piedmont Chiropractic Clinic, Dr. Phillips, and Dr. Beverly Allison, who has over 20 years of experience, treat patients. Dr. Phillips specializes in helping people overcome injuries sustained in auto accidents, including being rear-ended or slipping on Micro Machines cars.