Although Dr. Jeffrey Jensen practices the full range of chiropractic, he specializes in the Upper Cervical part of the spine: the neck. He recognizes this region as the source of many of the most common health concerns, such as headaches and migraines, vertigo, neck pain, and even lower-back pain. Using the Blair Technique, he carefully investigates the intricate workings of the neck and administers gentle adjustments to free up kinked muscles and align vertebrae.
Licensed chiropractor Dr. Brad Hendricks is a firm believer that the spine and the nerves surrounding it can dramatically affect your health. At his offices inside New Horizon Medical, he see patients for a range of ailments, from migraines to carpal tunnel syndrome and injuries caused by trying to massage one's own back. After an initial exam, he zeroes in on the root of pain and discomfort while treating the body as whole instead of just treating the symptoms.
Doctor of Chiropractic Edward Smith believes in treating the cause of bodily woes, not just the symptoms. After a car crash left him with debilitating headaches and medication provided only temporary relief, his pain ceased after seeing a chiropractor. This inspired him to become one himself, and he's earned a chiropractic degree and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification. At Decker Lake Chiropractic, Smith takes the wellness approach with his patients, seeking to understand the cause of pain and problems. This manifests in services that include spinal adjustments, exercises to correct skeletal misalignments, massages, and body-contouring fat-reduction treatments as well as lifestyle and nutritional advice.
Schooled in human biology and in chiropractic medicine, Dr. Brandt Stock tunes up his patients with both skeletal and muscular adjustments. He particularly focuses on helping people with chronic pain through long term chiropractic programs that entail monthly visits. Patients can also visit one of the licensed massage therapists who work alongside the doctor for a Swedish, trigger-point therapy, or deep-tissue massage, each conducted on a heated table.
Licensed massage therapist Emily Sparks attended Eagle Gate College, where she perfected hands-on techniques such as Swedish massage, deep-tissue bodywork, and opening a pickle jar with one finger. Now in the comfort of her own Spark of Life massage suite, Emily can melt stress with a relaxation massage or apply firmer kneads to relieve muscle aches and spasms.
With degrees from Brigham Young University and Cleveland Chiropractic College, Doctor of Chiropractic Mark Aldridge uses holistic treatments to address chronic pain, illness, and general wellness issues. His techniques include manual adjustments and instrument-delivered tune-ups, which he administers after an initial consultation and exam. Massages bolster chiropractic efforts and relax muscles, while nutritional testing reveals stressed body systems or misplaced pencil erasers from elementary school.