TL Acupuncture and Wellness uses Eastern medicine keep visitors healthy. Practitioners treat back and neck pain with cupping and allergies and stress with the ancient art of acupuncture. However, TL's practitioners do not focus solely on symptoms. Instead, they concentrate on restoring and maintaining an active state of health.
Active Care Chiropractic’s team, helmed by four doctors of chiropractic, works together toward the common goal of unleashing the body’s self-healing power. All the center's methods revolve around natural care, rather than medication or ministrations from a nurse who is your clone. The doctors tackle aches, pains, and even seasonal allergies by tending spines with chiropractic adjustments. Massage therapists help bodies relax and detoxify with a variety of modalities, and acupuncturists help engender systemic wellbeing in patients by using nearly invisible needles to realign bodies' energy pathways into more healthy patterns.
As one of six Chiropractic Arts & Wellness clinics peppered across Oklahoma, Abel Chiropractic follows the lead of Dr. Abel Harrington in restoring patients to good health. Through chiropractic care, corrective exercises, and other services, such as nutritional counseling, the facility addresses a number of conditions including asthma, allergies, and injuries incurred during auto accidents. Aside from their expertise, the Abel Chiropractic staff also has an arsenal of modern technology at their disposal.
During personal training sessions at Samantha Rayne Fitness, staff ensure that no more than two people are training on the floor at any one time. This lets trainers focus their attention entirely on a client's form and progress. In addition to personal training, the facility hosts group endeavors such as Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing sessions. After intense sessions, clients can take advantage of the gym's massage therapy to help ease muscle aches.
American Chiropractic Association member Dr. Adam Woods and his staff at Woods Chiropractic adjust joints, manipulate muscle tissue, and advise on rehabilitative exercises that foster health in the neuromusculoskeletal system. The chiropractic evaluation (a $100–$150 value) involves an examination of the body's framework to check for potential postural imbalances that may be contributing to physical aches related to carrying fruit baskets atop the head. To create a more in-depth picture, the body's framework is x-rayed (a $100–$150 value, depending on number of images), allowing the doctor to analyze any spinal misalignments and diagnose the appropriate corrective therapy if needed.
Asthma, migraines, and menstrual cramps are not usually ailments that prompt patients to visit a chiropractor. Yet Doctor of Chiropractic Broc Derryberry is confident he can help. Rather than immediately turn to medications, the doc invites patients of all ages and illnesses to stop into his office for a thorough consultation and exam. After reviewing a patient’s medical history, he conducts a physical, neurological, and orthopedic exam, taking notes about the spine, posture, reflexes, and joint motions as he goes and snapping any x-rays that are needed.
With this comprehensive report, he can treat a variety of bodily issues through manual manipulation of the spine. By returning the vertebrae to their normal position, adjustments can relieve symptoms beyond the typical back and neck pain. For example, Dr. Derryberry can help treat numbness, sports injuries, and even asthma and emphysema by releasing tension in the chest. And after each appointment, he and his staff provide a holistic health rundown, offering advice for exercise, diet, and nutrition, as well as a prescription for weekly bear hugs.