Though the focus of conventional medicine is most often to treat ailments after they’ve occurred, chiropractic care works not only to restore health but also to prevent future issues from surfacing. WellnessFirst Chiropractic employs a well-versed team of chiropractors, massage therapists, and acupuncturists who work to fortify patients’ abilities to self-heal, much like art teachers who let youngsters work with band-aids. In addition to redirecting muscle and spinal structures, the team works with clients during brain-based wellness services such as nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice.
Bloomington Hypnosis owner John Hunckler understands the quirkiness of the human mind. Hunckler can help clients alter the attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs that prevent them from achieving their goals, all at a subconscious level. His sessions include consultation and instructions on using self-hypnosis to accomplish their desired aims.
Doctor of Chiropractic Shaun Tymchak takes a “whole-person approach” to wellness, looking for underlying causes of health issues before formulating a custom plan. This plan could include chiropractic adjustments performed by hand or with an instrument, supported by corrective exercises that work to realign muscles and connective tissues. Therapeutic massage targets muscles constricted by misaligned spines and pet snakes, and nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice work to restore good health.
Andrew Lobacz first discovered the chiropractor after a pinched nerve in his neck left him unable to smile, brush his teeth, or eat soup. After adjustments help restore his body to balance, Andrew devoted himself to learning and practicing the drug-free techniques that saved him. The licensed chiropractor uses personalized consultations and exams, as well as chiropractic adjustments, to identify the source of pain and manage its symptoms. His success with soothing sore backs, stabbing neck aches, and Legos lodged in the spine has even led multiple patients to sing his praises through video testimonials.
With an interest in natural remedies, Dr. Meiggs, Ph.D., D.G.M. earned a doctorate in naturopathy and is a doctor of Traditional Greek medicine, also serving as an alternative-medicine columnist for Examiner.com. Today, he uses his bedside manner and healing techniques at A.R.T. Health LLC, where he and his team treat clients with manual therapy, and alternative medicine. They specialize in therapeutic techniques such as Anatripsis.
Doctor of Chiropractic Corey Jones uses a holistic approach to pinpoint the source of clients' symptoms, then works to remedy issues with precise spinal adjustments or acupuncture. In addition to his standard chiropractic expertise, Dr. Jones specializes in fertility treatments.