Before taking the helm of Adjust to Health together, Doctors of Chiropractic Aaron Riedel and Lauren Sword met at Cleveland Chiropractic College and became sweethearts. Their shared passion for holistic healing makes them a great team and drives their practice's growth. They make use diversified, activator, and Thompson terminal-point spinal-adjustment techniques and offer cold-laser therapy to reduce pain and signs of aging. In addition to helping their patients stay healthy with general-wellness treatments, they also address chronic and acute conditions, such as allergies, stress, and ice-cream headaches.
Dr. Matthew Gianforte, D.C., Dr. Meredith Gianforte, D.C and Dr. Angela Garner, M.D. take into account environmental and lifestyle factors as they counsel patients on health and nutrition, while treating chronic or temporary spinal conditions. Aside from incorporating healthy lifestyle changes, LifeWorks Integrative Health's main goal is to improve body functionality by studying and researching the underlying causes for metabolic and physical dysfunction. The doctors cater to their patients through a number of medical approaches such as therapeutic massages, preventative nutrition programs, medical weight loss programs, chiropractic wellness, functional medicine, trigger point injections, joint pain injections, and physical therapy.
Equipped with an extensive knowledge of Oriental medicine, licensed and experienced acupuncturist Margaret (Peggy) Older pinpoints pain with ancient medical artistry and soothing techniques. First, clients undergo a professional evaluation as the acupuncturist employs Chinese diagnosis techniques, asks related health questions, and ensures the patient isn't a balloon. Next, a 60-minute acupuncture session eases stress and strain on a specific area with fine, sterile needles. Acupuncture has been safely practiced in China for centuries, and claims to treat a wide variety of maladies, such as headaches, back pain, and Mongolian invasions.
Not one to rest on his hard-earned academic laurels, Optimal Health Center's presiding chiropractor Dr. Stephen Gradwohl continues to bolster his Doctor of Chiropractic degree with advanced studies in orthopedics and sports chiropractic. Fellow Doctor of Chiropractic Dr. Amy Bates takes a holistic approach to patient care and specializes in women's health.
This commitment to unceasing education pays off for their patients, who benefit from a combination of traditional chiropractic spinal adjustments, nutrition counseling, and lifestyle advice. The doctor and his staff focus on treatments that complement one another and heal the body holistically, accounting for psychological needs with personal consultations and dramatic reenactments of classic feel-good movies.
One member of that staff, licensed massage therapist Jessica Williams, works to knead tension and discomfort from muscles with a range of treatments. Depending on the needs of the patient, she might put to use warm river stones, aromatherapy products, or the long strokes of Swedish massage. She also has experience working with athletes and expectant mothers.
Sean Bennington uses his own experience with pain and recovery to help others stop hurting and regain control of their lives. Since no two patients are exactly alike, Bennington uses a variety of treatments to restore healing and function. He employs joint injections, for example, to reduce joint friction and inflammation and promote stability with stronger muscle tension. Other treatments can break up scar tissue and help stabilize joint structure. In addition, the Cornerstone staff makes sure clients can perform as much care as possible afterward in their own homes.
As the name implies, the licensed chiropractors and wellness professionals of KC Sports Docs place a special emphasis on healing athletic injuries. But that's not all they do. They also help clients from all walks of life maintain a healthy, active lifestyle with chiropractic exams, adjustments, and massage therapy.
One exemplary member of the staff is Dr. Steven Flanery, who has worked with Olympic athletes as well as the University of Missouri's football and wrestling teams. Trained in active release techniques that help break up adhesions, Dr. Flanery considers his job done only when he has fully eradicated pain. He and his peers at KC Sports Docs understand that the body is a single, interconnected organism, and they design their treatments with this in mind. Rather than waste their time checking the expiration date on each individual vertebra, they strive to promote overall wellness and achieve lasting results.