The team at the Orange Coast Chiropractic Group specialize in therapeutic fibromyalgia massage. Because the staff's Keith Kausler has been a practicing chiropractor for more than 30 years, he can now proudly say that he treats several third-generation patients. His previous patients' children and grandchildren now come to him for the latest therapeutic treatments, which Dr. Kausler keeps abreast of during annual continuing-education seminars. In addition to helping kids feel better via chiropractic adjustments, he has served youth in the community as a board member of the Boys and Girls Club of Tustin and the team doctor for several football teams in the Pop Warner program—a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating football and cheer programs for youths around the world.
Fellow chiropractor Ron Vaselenko is also backed by three decades of experience, specializing in areas including spinal trauma, homeopathy, and alternative nutrition. Licensed acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine expert Christine Lee can recommend herbal treatments for specific goals, such as losing weight or pogo-sticking faster to and from work.
Dr. Zhu first started studying Chinese medicine when he was a young boy growing up in Beijing. He graduated from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and became the orthopedic surgeon-in-charge at China-Japan Friendship Hospital. Dr. Hong Guang Xiang—a world-renowned Chinese physician—took notice of Dr. Zhu's skills and shared all his theories with the young doctor. After he came to America, Dr. Zhu shared his knowledge of orthopedics and tui na with students at Samra University of Oriental Medicine. Now the owner of Evergreen Health & Herbs, Dr. Zhu draws on more than 20 years of clinical experience and his knowledge of eastern and western techniques to treat ailments. In addition to acupuncture and acupressure, which redirect and rebalance the body's energy, he can also diagnose disease by simply taking a patient’s pulse or counting their blinks. Complimentary herbal teas with ginseng and jujube quench thirsty patrons while they wait.
Doctor of Chiropractic Sean Milam has a passion for health. His passion led him to chiropractic college and work with professional and amateur athletes. At Milam Chiropratic, Dr. Milam surrounds himself with an expert team of doctors that help heal guests with their specialties, from treating traumatic stress to natural healing through acupuncture or massage therapy to the most-powerful healing method known to man: knock-knock jokes.
The benefits of taking a float beggars belief. As moms-to-be or athletes ease into the shallow, warm, Epson salt water, they immediately feel peace and serenity, along with more tangible effects, such as a reprieve from joint pain and lowered blood pressure. Beginners float for 30 minutes to get the hang of it, while experienced floaters can relax in a tank for up to 90 minutes.
Owner of emerging Om Dr. Kathy Kangarloo fosters an environment where clients can achieve better physical and emotional health through deeper mind-body connections. With more than 25 years of experience, she directly balances the chi through acupressure massages and reiki treatments. She also leads group healing classes where students gain internal calmness with breath control and chakra-balancing exercises.
Located inside Tustin Chiropractic, Dewey Chiropractic attracts patients suffering from an array of bodily aches and pains. The man those patients come to see is Doctor of Chiropractic Brian Dewey, a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic who practices several adjustments.