HealthQuest's nonsurgical treatments have raised many eyebrows in the sports world, especially around the locker rooms at Ford Field. The center often finds itself the temporary home to some of Detroit's gridiron greats, who take advantage of the staff's non-invasive chiropractic treatments—which combine the power of pulsed laser light and traditional chiropractic care to alleviate knots and aches—to stay in Sunday shape. Non-football clients also find relief, consulting with HealthQuest's doctors on treatments to increase blood flow, decrease inflammation, and promote soft tissue healing.
Rio Massage & Brazilian Waxing's services are simple: they specialize in banishing muscle tension with massages, and unwanted body hair with waxing. Massage therapists are well versed in deep-tissue, medical, and sports massage techniques and apply them to uproot stress buried in clients' shoulders, backs, and wishbones. Waxing treatments help clients showcase hairless bikini zones, bare underarms, and smooth legs.
Doctor of Chiropractic James Wawrow leads the skilled staff at Global Wellness Chiropractic and Laser Centre, which has tended to backs and bodies with wellness programs for two decades. The chiropractic caregivers and certified laser therapists treat each patient's body as a synchronized organism, rather than as a cluster of disparate systems held together with tape. Traditional chiropractic care, including exams and adjustments, can address concerns such as lower-back pain, headaches, and sciatica. But the practitioners also move clients toward optimal health with the aid of low-level lasers, which, when applied to acupuncture points, can channel the body's flow of energy to promote healing.
Dr. Scott Heumann makes it his business to set straight the aches and pains that the human body accrues, as he has since 1989 at Heumann Chiropractic Clinic. Over the years, he's dealt with everything from getting athletes back on the field to helping folks recover after auto accidents or participation in the Nation Lift With Your Back Championships. Whatever the malady patients find themselves beset by, Dr. Heumann gets to the root of the problem with old-fashioned hands-on exams and x-rays when necessary. Then, he charts out a course of action that usually involves spinal adjustments on one of his therapy tables. In an on-going effort to adjust himself out of a job, the kindly chiropractor also teaches his guests a handful of simple things they can do on their own to keep in ideal physical shape, such as performing stretches or always wearing an amulet made of apples to keep doctors away.
If Dr. Grant Schneider has kept a written tally of all of the chiropractic adjustments he’s performed over his 19-year career, he might be running out of ink. His count is currently over 50,000, and he continues to add to it daily at Arbor Crossing Chiropractic Life Center, where he provides relief through this and other methods. After an exam and x-rays, he prescribes the proper treatment plan for joint pain, neck pain, headache, arthritis, auto injuries, and lower-back pain.
For Dr. Gregory Hicks, the phrase "you are what you eat" rings true. The experienced chiropractor has devoted more than 30 years to helping patients overcome ailments with a combination of traditional chiropractic care and custom nutrition plans. During nutrition response tests, he lightly presses on strategic points across the body to trigger a physical response other than the sound of an antique car horn. Dr. Hicks can then ascertain the relative health of organs, muscles, joints, and glands. To get bodies back to full functionality, he outlines a wellness plan that can incorporate a blend of corrective exercises, herbal supplements, and whole-food diets.
SoEmi Therapeutics allows people to indulge themselves with the revitalizing pampering of a thorough massage. Owner and certified therapist Brandy Fukusawa gives clients the options of Swedish, therapeutic, or deep-tissue sessions as well as reflexology and couples massage. Brandy can also bookend massages with a hot-stone facial, foot-exfoliation scrub, or paraffin dip for flummoxed fingers.