At ProActive Health & Wellness, a skilled staff revitalizes worn-down or overstressed bodies through chiropractic care, nutritional guidance, and massage therapy. The expert hands and trained eye of a licensed therapist perform customized massages and chiropractic exams, helping to identify sources of discomfort and pinpointing your coccyx’s reading comprehension level.
New Life Fitness World motivates calories crusaders with personal trainers and more than 140 hours of group classes. Launch fitness plans in a one-on-one training session before bounding into any of the four locations' exercise courses, such as cycling, Zumba, and Piyo, a combination of yoga, Pilates, and trick yo-yoing. After land-based laps around the indoor tracks, or the aquatic equivalent in the indoor heated pools, fit fiddles can indulge in a sauna steam, a hot-tub soak, or a tanning session. Towel service and locker rooms facilitate transitions out of the gym, while childcare frees parents from the stress of pushing strollers while jogging on the treadmill.
The story behind 19 Dollar Chiropractic's name is short and simple: spinal adjustments for walk-in patients cost just $19. That, paired with the clinic's $45 massages, helps Doctor of Chiropractic Michael McKellar and his staff introduce more patients to the benefits of chiropractic care. In addition to traditional techniques, the clinic also hosts noninvasive laser therapy treatments that alleviate pain caused by everything from recently tweaked backs to chronic conditions such as being a Hartford Whalers fan.
In 1984, Doctor of Chiropractic William Goss was at a crossroads. He knew he wanted to help people as his life’s work, but was undecided between dentistry, medicine, and chiropractic. The appeal of improving health through holistic means won Goss over, and he now runs Goss Chiropractic Clinics, where he works alongside chiropractors Greg Fountain and Adam Willemin to right wronged backs. The staff also offers medical massages and K-Laser therapy, which is far superior to OK-Laser therapy, which is only so-so.