The chiropractors at Weldon Spring Chiropractic have the knowledge to detect spinal irregularities using only their hands. But they don't stop there. They also reveal the workings of the spine with x-rays and thermal scans, and then correct issues with treatments that range from spinal decompression to pain-relieving cold-laser therapy. Patients with scoliosis can opt for corrective rehabilitative programs that use advanced Pneumex equipment.
Tanea Davis refuses to stay complacent as a nationally certified massage therapist, trained energy healer, and detoxification specialist. She seeks out new massage modalities so that she can adjust her service menu regularly to include fresh techniques such as reiki healing and slimming body wraps. Instead of focusing on the painful spots alone, Tanea listens to her patients to unearth the causes of problems and provide long-term relief and full-body relaxation.
The team at Frontier Integrated Health Center combines chiropractic care, medicine, acupuncture, and nutrition to help clients achieve their wellness needs. Licensed chiropractors help alleviate symptoms of such maladies as carpal tunnel and chronic pain by making adjustments to spinal vertebrae. The team of doctors also specializes in treatments such as spinal decompression, which helps address symptoms of headaches, high cholesterol, joint pain, and tendinitis.
We are board certified specialists in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, and pride themselves on bringing cutting-edge orthodontic technology to their patients. Dr. Brent Bankhead, Dr. Richard McDermott, and Dr. Darren Rodabough are committed to excellent customer service to make you feel comfortable.
SubZero Cryotherapy has only one goal: introduce clients to the mentally and physically rejuvenating benefits of cryotherapy treatments. Originally designed to treat the painful inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis, the center's cryotherapy technology rejuvenates the body by exposing the skin to extremely cold temperature for two to three minutes. Clients stand within an open-topped chamber while a cloud of nitrogen gas and bottled yeti breath envelops them. This cloud dramatically drops the skin's temperature, which stimulates endorphin production and causes the body to redirect blood flow from the extremities to the core. As the body warms up after the treatment has ended, this oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood floods back into the limbs and boosts clients' metabolisms. In addition to triggering cellular regeneration, alleviating muscle aches, and jump-starting the body's natural healing capabilities, cryotherapy can help improve the skin's tone and texture by increasing collagen production.