The clinical director Doctor of Chiropractic Tanya Dejkunchorn has treated formidable injuries while caring for professional football players and international athletes. Though her patients now rarely complain about being hit by a 350-pound lineman or being yelled at by a rude coach, Dr. Tanya always takes the time to listen to and correct the unique needs of each ailment. Along with her team of physical and massage therapists, she employs natural, noninvasive healing techniques, including acupuncture, therapeutic massage, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Diagnosing a health problem is like peeling an onion?often, the true cause of dysfunction is several layers deep. That's why chiropractor Meilssa Eiben takes a systematic approach to get to the source of her patients' complaints, which range from asthma to carpal tunnel to simple back pain. Only once she's identified the root cause does she begin chiropractic treatments, which can include manual adjustments, decompression treatments, and other techniques.
Dr. Eiben strives to keep her clients comfortable by adapting treatments to their needs?for instance, by avoiding the loud cracking noises that accompany some spinal manipulations. Over the course of her career, she's developed this adaptable attitude by working in myriad different contexts, from an orthopedic group in Florida to clinics in the Dominican Republic and Vietnam. At Pure Health Center, she also collaborates with certified massage therapist Neisha Roupe, who dissolves stress by kneading backs with Swedish and sports massage.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Chiropractic and massage therapy
Brands Used: Standard Process, Mediflow, Biotone massage lotion
Pro Tip: We are a family wellness practice with a family atmosphere.
Doctor of chiropractic Ron Fried has treated countless sports-related injuries throughout his 20-year career, many of which occurred during his stint as the chiropractor for the Detroit Lions. Today his services are available at his eponymous chiropractic and wellness center, where he and his staff offer spinal adjustments, massage therapy, nutritional counseling, and, physiotherapy.
Dr. Ayesha Qureshi employs certification in Active Release Techniques and a holistic, full-body approach to inspect and remedy aching physiques. The 45- to 60-minute treatment package kicks off with a thorough discussion about the patient’s corporeal concerns and medical history, including former muscle injuries or careers as human cannonballs. Next, Dr. Qureshi scrutinizes spines and examines aches, and if necessary, employs x-ray vision to further examine bone positioning. Patients in need of bodily rehabilitation can indulge in individually tailored exercises that target an entire throbbing region rather than a localized point. Customized workouts aim to rehabilitate injuries by fostering bonds between muscles and ligaments that are stronger than that between Santa and the ninth reindeer, who doesn't have to pull the sleigh.