Direct Connection Chiropractic owner Penny Richardson began her career after her son Miles's health was saved by chiropractic care. At a year old, he began suffering from ear and sinus infections, asthma, and allergies. After rounds of ineffective antibiotics and allergy shots, a friend of Penny's recommended chiropractic therapy. Within three months, Miles was off all medication and breathing treatments, and he’s remained healthy for more than 20 years. Her son’s transformation inspired Penny to get her chiropractor’s license and work to give her patients a chance for a new beginning with nonsurgical and noninvasive chiropractic treatments. With meticulous adjustments, the doctor helps align spines in adults and children, getting to the root of pain and discomfort. In addition to her chiropractic exams and adjustments, Dr. Penny also offers weight-loss and facial services to help achieve shapely curves and toned, glowing complexions.
Brandon Maxwell doesn’t treat symptoms. Instead, he takes a proactive approach to health, treating the entire body as a harmonious unit, whether the symptoms are headache, backache, or digestive issues. To do so, he relies on the body’s ability to heal itself. He works to activate this ability with noninvasive treatments such as spinal adjustment, corrective exercises, lifestyle advice, and nutrition—none of which involve the use of drugs or surgery.
Dr. Jeremy Schiermeyer and his staff promote physical well-being with a wide array of services that combine technology with more traditional holistic therapies. LipoLaser treatments whittle waists with low-level lasers and vibrating Power Vibe platforms help to boost circulation and stimulate the lymphatic system. The chiropractic center also uses time-tested holistic techniques, such as chiropractic adjustments, reflexology, and nutrition programs.
In practice for more than 14 years, Dr. Ken Inchiostro of Wolfrum Crossing Chiropractic believes that all walks of life need chiropractic care, even those that walk on all fours. At his clinic, he provides adjustments to animals with muscoskeletal problems just as gently as he provides adjustments to his human clients. At Wolfrum Crossing, he and his staff dole out acupuncture, massage therapy, and spinal decompression in order to quell such common ailments as joint pain, whiplash, carpal tunnel, headaches, and spinal degeneration.
Doctors of Chiropractic Joshua Fink, Matthew Fink, and Brad Mawer, the trifecta at the core of Midwest Family Wellness, draw from diverse areas of expertise to treat the children and adults who walk through their doors. Dr. Joshua Fink sheds light on health issues in lectures, Dr. Matthew Fink is certified in active release therapy and Logan basic technique, and Dr. Brad Mawer is an NSCA-certified strength and conditioning specialist.—each of them well-versed in the art of chiropractic adjustments. In their office, they rehabilitate spinal joints and muscles, design dietary counseling and personal-training programs, and direct a staff of massage therapists who knead tension and pain from the whole body or specific areas. When not treating clients, the doctors helm workshops on topics such as family health, children's nutrition, and ergonomics.
The team of chiropractic physicians at Crosby Chiropractic and Acupuncture Center believes the body should be treated as a whole if it is to be healed. At this busy wellness center, new patients receive a thorough exam that’s designed to source out the root of patient ailments. With those results, a treatment plan can be designed to correct any imbalances in the body. Among the therapies offered, the center’s chiropractic doctors perform manual spinal adjustments and massage therapists complement body work with massage. In addition, the doctors and staff at the center perform acupuncture treatments that include traditional, laser, and needleless varieties to relieve pain.