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As a triathlete and chiropractor who has worked with various professional athletes, Doctor of Chiropractic Michael Cerami knows that treating an athlete is different than treating a regular patient, as athletes are under great physical demands and often have limited time to recover from injury. That's why, at Utah Sports And Wellness, he combines what he calls "energy medicine" with muscle testing, bio mechanics, and soft-tissue work to treat athletic injuries and curb the need for surgery. He recommends various supplements, frequency-specific-microcurrent therapy, and the use of his hyperbaric oxygen chamber to keep athletes in peak physical condition and playing in the game, instead of sitting on the sidelines eating dandelions.:m]]
Salt Lake Sport & Spine combines chiropractic care with Active Release Technique. ART treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis elbow are all conditions we treat.
Led by back-pain savant Dr. John Meadors, Utah Spine + Disc's highly trained staff employs deep-tissue laser technology to alleviate discomfort caused by a number of conditions such as joint strains, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, disc problems, and plantar fasciitis. During brief, 10-minute sessions, technicians aim to significantly reduce pain with warm, noninvasive beams emanating from the Litecure laser system. As a specialist guides the device over targeted areas, gentle light rays infuse subsurface tissues with photons that repair them and improve the 40-yard dash times of damaged cells. Benign beams also work to increase circulation throughout impaired regions, leading the body's natural healing processes to curtail aches by reducing inflammation.
Even in junior high, Doctor of Chiropractic Loren Grover knew he wanted to be a chiropractor, as his personal experiences with back issues planted the seeds for his fascination with the spine. After a skiing accident, severe pain in his lower back sent him to his first chiropractor. Eventually, the pain subsided, but his desire to help others burned strong.
It wasn't until chiropractic school that Dr. Grover experienced the benefits of the NUCCA technique—a gentle spinal-adjustment method designed to balance the nervous system and encourage the body to heal itself. Today at Gentle Pain Care Centers, his decade-old practice, Dr. Grover collaborates with his colleague Doctor of Chiropractic Devin Luzod, who is a NUCCA lecturer, wellness author, and chiropractic speaker. Together they aim to heal bodies plagued by headaches, fibromyalgia, and neck pains caused by accidents or years wearing cement wigs.
The chiropractic team at The Joint...the chiropractic place has streamlined the chiropractic process. Virtually every aspect of the visitation is designed around patient convenience. Instead of scheduling appointments, patients simply walk in and fill out paperwork. A doctor is onsite to minimize wait time. During exams, patients stay comfortable in their street clothes or favorite footed pajamas while the doctors examine their spine, searching for subluxations and bulges. They devise a treatment plan that can include chiropractic adjustments, which typically only take about 10 minutes.
With more than 30 years of experience, Dr. Richard Wright emphasizes a natural path toward total health. Recognizing the symbiotic relationship between the spine and the nervous system, the doctor treats a wide range of health issues without the use of drugs, relying instead upon precise chiropractic adjustments, trigger-point therapy, and specialized drop tables. Working closely with his staff, Dr. Wright matches the appropriate solution to each client, ensuring that clients with bad posture receive adjustments rather than an invitation to a break-dance competition.