The licensed massage therapist behind Rub Club & Therapeutic Touch believes in the power of rest and renewal. He offers Swedish, deep-tissue, and prenatal massage to help clients relax and promote healing, working both in his office and through mobile services. Aside from being a calming spot to soothe tired muscles, Rub Club & Therapeutic Touch offers ear candling to clean out toxins and excess wax.
Ashley Nelson, owner of Zen-sational Therapies Massage & Bodywork, has over six years massage experience and is always studying to find the most innovative techniques to incorporate into her sessions. Ashley recognizes that therapeutic bodywork provides numerous benefits to the client if applied on a regular basis. Specifically, she knows massages boost serotonin, the brain chemical in charge of fighting depression, anxiety and regulating sleep patterns. Whether clients are suffering from sciatica, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel, migraines, CP, MS, cancer, or stress related issues, Ashley uses a range of techniques to customize each session to help the client reach their unique wellness goals.
If there is a source of pain to be found, Doctor of Chiropractic Mike Chenoweth can find it. Dr. Chenoweth's thorough, hands-on examinations are informed not only by his experience—more than 40 years’ worth, to be precise—but also by three years of postgraduate training in radiology.
But locating the source of the pain is only half of the chiropractic calling; the other half is treating it. To get patients back to enjoying the full motion of a healthy body, Dr. Chenoweth combines traditional chiropractic techniques—such as adjustments and acupuncture—with advanced ultrasound and microcurrent technology.
With a waiting room complete with toys, Chiropractic Works PC looks as much like a pediatric office as a chiropractic one. Doctors of Chiropractic Be Phetsinorath and Link Nguyen do indeed treat adults—but they have a special place in their office for kids. The duo treats patients young and old with chiropractic adjustments to correct chronic back pain or acupuncture for the common cold. They also offer laser therapy, which may relieve pain so patients can enjoy more freedom of movement. And because the staff speaks Laotian, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese fluently, even clients who don’t speak English will feel at home.