The dedicated, board-certified duo of Brandon and Megan January use their years of knowledge and training to fight spinal subluxations (misalignments), and disrupted energy through a combination of acupuncture and chiropractic techniques. This treatment package advocates that, with the removal of persnickety spinal and energy disruptions, the human body can heal itself from degeneration, like a wolverine regrowing its metal fingernails. After the initial consultation and exam ($150 value) and x-rays ($200 value), the therapy, adjustment, and acupuncture begin ($50 value). The first chiropractic treatment uses hands-on, low-force technique to optimize overall health by restoring normal functions to the nervous system, ridding vertebra of harmful hangers-on. Immune systems get a boost with intersegmental traction, which stimulates important acupuncture points along the spine and exercises disks. Much to the chagrin of needle maniacs, the Januarys use needleless acupuncture to rout the body's sources of pain, disease, and organ malfunction. Instead, electrical stimulation opens up the express lanes of the body's energy highway. This fast, safe, and easy technique rejuvenates blood flow, puts a bounty on the heads of bodily aches, and forces porcupines to seek employment elsewhere.
Like gardeners cultivating a crop of wildflowers, the beauty team at Wildflower Salon brings the best out of each client's image with careful nourishment and care. Stylists Whittney Patterson, Shannon Butler, Casi Sawyer, and Whitney McCoy don't only transform 'dos with cuts and color, but also call on lengthening hair extensions and smoothing keratin treatments to give clients what Mother Nature didn't, even after they left a sacrificial comb under their pillows.
Meanwhile, nail tech Kindall Bartel draws upon more than 17 years of experience to soften and refine feet with deluxe pedicures and spruce up fingernails with no-chip shellac manicures. For the rest of the body, massage therapist Sonya Yoss kneads out knots and tension during Swedish and hot-stone massages.
Framed woven tapestries hang on the wall of The Chiropractic House's waiting room. Down the hall, outlines of tree branches adorn the black curtains that lead to private exam rooms. Both images—intertwining wefts, branching twigs—reflect the philosophy at the core of Dr. Nic Robison's practice: the body's system of interconnected nerves is vital to its health, with any disruption causing its threads to unravel or its leaves to wither. Dr. Robison and his staff help promote the healthy connection between the nerves and the brain, particularly by correcting misalignments in the vertebrae known as subluxations. Fittingly, the center also branches out to give advice about clients' lifestyles, healthy diets, and vitamin intake.
Chiropractor Justin McGinn trusts that the body knows how to take care of itself. Its innate self-maintenance skills allow it to stave off disease, adapt to its environment, and turn food into living tissue, rather than just into chewed-on food. Through vertebral subluxation treatments, McGinn alleviates stresses on the spine, returning the nervous system to working order so that the body can heal. His handiwork helps patients recover from sicknesses, dissolve aches and pains, and avoid overmedicating.
A nationally certified and licensed massage therapist, Sonia Gibson employs a diverse blend of massage techniques during her sessions. Sonia focuses on every aspect of human well-being so patients don’t wake up feeling like they were hastily assembled by elves the night before. Services include Swedish massages, which aim to alleviate chronic discomfort and promote increased circulation.
At Duque Chiropractic & Acupuncture, Dr. Ermilo Duque works to eliminate chronic pains by adjusting vertebrae He also uses acupuncture to stabilize energy flow and treat diverse conditions. In treating vertebral subluxations, the chiropractor works carefully to relieve pressure and attempt to reduce pain from issues such as headaches or sports injuries.