The licensed dorsum aligners at First Choice Family Chiropractic gently tweak vertebrae to adjust sinuous spines and promote healthy lifestyles for skeletal systems of all ages, with an emphasis on pediatric and family care. Doctor of Chiropractic Katrina Sokolowski and her crew review each patients' medical history during an initial consultation and exam, noting chronic conditions as well as spinal columns' weekend work supporting parthenons. The chiropractitioners meticulously analyze vertebrae to identify the proper placement of each back-supporting disk before an adjustment works to unkink skeletons and promote a healthier posture and rejuvenated immune system. With the bodily framework properly aligned, devious disks' attempts to steer straightened torsos off course are run aground with two follow-up adjustments.
Holistic Healthcare in Albany soothes the spines of the Dougherty County community, helping to alleviate persistent aches and other bodily ailments. Under the guidance of Doctor of Chiropractic Judith L. Hatch's masterful touch, problem joints can be shifted beyond their regular field of motion in order to correct specific maladies, including migraines, allergies, fibromyalgia, menstrual irregularities, and bed wetting. Chiropractic work can also reduce life-affecting aches and encourage the body to heal itself after traumatic instances of whiplash and innocent games of backgammon gone awry. Spine-aligning appointments can be scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
After a back injury, it was chiropractic care that changed Dustin Bledsoe's life?and not just in the physical sense. His recovery inspired him to obtain a degree in chiropractic medicine, and today he goes by Dr. Bledsoe at Pathway Wellness Chiropractic Clinic, where he helps others recover from their own injuries.
But Dr. Bledsoe isn't alone in this task. The clinic is also home to Dr. Jeffrey Farrah, who draws on his knowledge to devise treatment plans that incorporate traditional chiropractic care, massage, acupuncture, and a special technique known as Gastron therapy. This last technique uses precise instruments to help the chiropractor detect scar tissue, adhesions, and medieval armor that might be restricting the body's movement.