The backbone experts at Pinnacle Chiropractic’s network of seven offices straighten spines to help clients manage pain. A free initial evaluation helps doctors determine the source of each ache, whether it be a sports injury or a work-related repetitive motion, such as giving the intern their daily noogie. Adjustments aim to realign the bones of the spine, and massages release knotted muscles, helping to treat the underlying causes of clients’ complaints. Refusing to limit themselves to the office, Pinnacle’s physicians also unfurl their tender touch at sporting events, festivals, and lunch with stiff-necked in-laws.
By offering chiropractic care, physical therapy, and massage therapy all in one spot, Wellness Defined is better able to address a wide range of its clients' health concerns. Each form of therapy has its own approach and specialized techniques; however, all three share the common goal of providing much-needed rehabilitation and improving clients' overall wellbeing. This common goal means that all three modalities work together to help alleviate the aches caused by everything from back pain and sciatica to fibromyalgia and sports injuries.
The three half-hour workout sessions (valued at $40 apiece) will help pinpoint your fitness goals and set you on a path to achieving them. The certified, professional trainers will give you their undivided, and therefore multiplied, attention to customize each workout to fit your needs. Their instruction is structured to keep clients motivated, happy, and on track or treadmill during the 30-minute sessions and beyond. Also included is one half-hour post-training massage (a $40 value), so push yourself to the limit knowing there's a soothing muscle recharger waiting to enliven fatigued gams and electrify exhausted arms come session's end.
Doctor of Chiropractic Robert Cohen and his team treat chronic pain with holistic spinal adjustments and massage therapy. They are experienced in alleviating tension in the neck and back, reducing the frequency of migraines, and rehabilitating injuries.
The small team of experienced doctors at Streetsboro Chiropractic Clinic work to straighten clients’ spines with thorough but gentle treatments. During the consultation and examination, physicians assess patients' needs by thoroughly inspecting their backs and answering the questions of the vertebrae that shouts the loudest. X-rays illuminate the locations of slipped disks or misaligned columns, and adjustments work to harmonize previously asymmetrical backbones. Finally, clients can ease into a one-hour custom massage with a licensed therapist, who kneads stressed sinew to relieve musculoskeletal pain brought on by years of taunting from regular skeletons.
When chiropractic physician Dr. Vincent Simokovich, DC, was 19 years old, he suffered a sports injury that would change his life forever. He was told he needed surgery on his lower back, but after watching both of his parents endure a lifetime of pain following their own back surgeries, Simokovich decided to forgo the invasive procedure. A relative introduced him to chiropractic care, which not only resolved his discomfort but also inspired a more-than-two-decade career helping others achieve similar relief. Simokovich is currently working on the completion of a diplomate in chiropractic neurology and metabolic function and directs Procare Wellness Center, where he and chiropractic physician Dr. Sam Galati, DC, take a multipronged approach to alleviating chronic health conditions.
Chiropractic physicians Simokovich and Galati—a former Air Force avionics specialist who is also currently pursuing further training in functional and metabolic medicine—maintain a multifaceted treatment philosophy that aims to unveil the underlying causes of illness. They combine neurological treatments such as spinal-decompression treatments, vibration therapy, olfactory stimulation, and adjustments to correct subluxation with lab testing designed to develop strategies based on a client’s metabolism. The duo also uses an innovative, laser-based technique to combat allergic responses commonly triggered by food, pet dander, or prolonged exposure to homework.