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.
At NOVA Family Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic David Ingram carefully examines spinal columns, seeking out the root causes of patients' chronic pain or disease. He develops a custom plan for each patient, and then makes spinal adjustments that address specific discomfort or simply work to leave patients feeling better all over.
Whole Health Medical Center's team of recognized doctors harnesses natural and organic products to help patients feel better, relax, and lose weight. Developed centuries ago, Chinese and natural medical treatments—including acupuncture, cupping, and moxibustion—can treat ailments ranging from asthma to diarrhea to urinary-tract infections. Conversely, the staff also treats patients with today's most modern procedures, such as laser skin-fat reduction and anti-aging Botox injections. Pairing Old-World practices with New-World technologies, Whole Health Medical Center is well equipped to treat modern-day patients and time-traveling swashbucklers.
Doctors of Chiropractic Nicole and Alexandre “Mick” Sicre perform x-rays, adjustments, and posture analyses inside Active Family Chiropractic's vibrantly hued treatment rooms. Patients recline on special treatment beds as a spinal expert realigns vertebrae that clients have knocked askew by getting injured in sports games or typing on a computer keyboard tied to their back. A weight-loss program incorporates packets of Ideal Protein into patients' diets to help them shed stubborn pounds.
Stepping into Hideaway Massage is like stepping into a seaside resort at dusk. Candlelight flickers against framed prints of starfish, seahorses, and nautical maps hung on blue and sand-colored walls while tinkling chandeliers hang above heated massage tables. Inside a private single suite, a fireplace crackles, its light casting a warm glow and keeping stressed-out Santas from stopping by uninvited. Within this relaxation haven, seven nationally certified massage therapists drape their clients with sheets as they unfurl more than 10 varieties of massage, employing everything from Swedish strokes to hot stones. Aromatherapy oils may fill the senses and heated towels may help ease clients' transition into a calm state of bliss, but either way, as their muscles unknot they can stay hydrated with complimentary spring water. Therapists also apply many of the same treatments to pairs during couples massages and soothe skin and muscles with add-ons such as seaweed body wraps, foot scrubs, and head massages.