Before Dr. Jason Winseck became a doctor of chiropractic medicine, he was a high school student with a debilitating sports injury. After waiting for his lower back pain to resolve itself, he went to a local chiropractor and received both an accurate diagnosis and fast relief. This experience inspired him to learn more about how chiropractic techniques worked, so he spent weeks shadowing his doctor after school and observing the physician's attentiveness with each patient. After high school, Jason enrolled in New York Chiropractic College and graduated in 2002 after enduring a challenging curriculum. He later opened Cascades Chiropractic, where he assuages bodily aches with adjustments and massages and clears out cellular waste with detoxifying treatments. When he isn't helping his patients achieve health, he maintains an active lifestyle by golfing, fishing, and running with his chocolate lab, which he bought at a candy store.
Doctor of Chiropractic Phil D. Golinsky is a master of the upper-cervical-specific technique, an approach that fixes subluxations in the cervical vertebrae—the seven key vertebrae located directly below the skull. Golinsky honed such skills during his education at Life Chiropractic College and, subsequently, in his time spent helping patients both inside and outside the office. One such instance of extracurricular care occurred when Golinsky took part in a two-week chiropractic retreat in Russia, a trip that helped to ease the aches of more than 39,000 people and one very lucky giraffe. Today, the doctor and his fellow Doctor of Chiropractic Kyle S. Bloch apply their specialized knowledge of chiropractic care, physiotherapy, and massage as they help patients with a variety of issues at Golinsky Specific Chiropractic.
When not shooting hoops with his kids or working out, Dr. James R. Geer is helping people get back on the path to pain-free living. He does this through holistic chiropractic care, applying a variety of techniques to open the networks of nerves between the brain and spine while correcting postural imbalances. By realigning the spine through adjustments, he can alleviate myriad conditions, including back pain, allergies, and whiplash caused by car crashes or that night you slept on the stairs. His prescribed therapeutic exercises can also train bodies to naturally correct bad habits while reducing discomfort. Keeping in step with modern technology, he employs electrical muscle stimulation, interferential electrotherapy, and cryotherapy to stop spasms in their tracks.
Licensed chiropractic physician and trained in acupuncture Doctor of Chiropractic Chris Oliver helms this healthful center, where he welcomes patients for corrective and wellness care. During chiropractic appointments, he diagnoses skeletal and holistic concerns, and performs adjustments to ease pain and promote healing. Dr. Oliver administers acupuncture treatments as well, using small needles to encourage proper energy flow and support the body's delicate ecosystem. In addition to its two namesake services, Oliver Chiropractic and Acupuncture also offers services including corrective exercise, lifestyle advice, and nutritional counseling for those with severe fridgephobia.
Recharge Sports Injury Center's licensed chiropractors aim to destroy everyday aches and particular pain by seeking out their root sources in the spine and its network of nerves. Structural analysis of musculoskeletal systems through x-rays, exams, and consultations informs classic, hands-on chiropractic adjustments as well as a host of newer therapies: cold lasers, electrical impulses, and ultrasound waves can all target tissue on the cellular level to prompt microscopic healing. In addition to sports-therapy specialists, general chiropractic pros, and a peppy skeleton mascot, the Recharge staff also boasts a dedicated nutritionist and weight-loss counselor.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Yoo helms Capitol Rehab Chiropractic and Massage, where he not only treats pain, but also strives to educate patients about pain and pain management. He and his staff perform thorough examinations, grasping detailed health histories so that they can best help patients with specific pains. With massages and spinal adjustments, they work to correct misalignments, alleviating potential issues such as lower back pains, neck pains, or pains resulting from sports or motor-vehicle accidents.