Doctors John Woodward and Tiia Furniss share more in common than a doctorate in chiropractic medicine—each suffered debilitating conditions, such as back pain and headaches, as children. Both of them thought they'd find no relief, having gone through traditional treatments with no positive results. Then they were taken to chiropractors and received holistic care that treated the pain as well as the cause. It's what inspired them to go into the chiropractic field, and what keeps them inspired to help others today.
At Chester County Chiropractic & Wellness, they have the benefit of the latest technology, making holistic care even more effective. High-tech equipment such as the DRX 9000 accomplishes non-surgical back relief helping bulging & herniated discs. Through spine decompression, which is performed by creating a suction force in discs, the treatment pulls water, oxygen, and nutrients in and rebuilds spines naturally. The treatments last a total of five weeks – two weeks of daily sessions and three weeks of two-to-three sessions. The precise process helps eliminate risk of additional injury. Laser therapy is also offered to reduce inflammation and improve nerve function.
The exterior of the office that houses Nardone Chiropractic Center is both charming and misleading. A white two-story former home disguises the center, so it isn't surprising that the inside is so warm and inviting—plants, framed art, and elegant hardwood floors populate its surfaces. But what one can't tell from the outside is that some of the latest in chiropractic equipment fills this building. For example, during spinal-decompression therapy, a certified clinician uses a physiotherapeutic device to alleviate stress on vertebrae and make the lower back feel better—like a child after being named to the board of directors of a candy company for her birthday.
Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Nardone, an adjustment expert who has been treating people in the Chester County area for almost 10 years, teams up with a dedicated staff to render a host of these types of noninvasive treatments. In addition to spinal-decompression therapy, they render chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, and Active Release Techniques muscle therapy. Dr. Nardone also performs chiropractic adjustments to correct spinal joints, increasing flexibility and relieving the surrounding muscles.
At Trinity Chiropractic, Dr. Joseph Gaglioti and his staff practice structural chiropractic care, which fosters wellness by returning the spine to its normal position. Using specific corrections and instruments, they work to realign the spine, helping to relieve secondary conditions associated with an out-of-whack back. Some examples of secondary conditions are pain and numbness, carpal tunnel syndrome, half-hearted shrugging, and posture problems. Also a health and wellness enthusiast, Dr. Gaglioti advises his patients on dietary and lifestyle changes they can make to ensure they enjoy a healthy, pain-free life.
A trio of chiropractors, all graduates of New York Chiropractic College, runs the show at Tri-County Chiropractic. In addition to getting the same alumni newsletter, Melissa Kisla, Christine Treacy, and Jessica Kennedy also each achieved board certification in adjunctive therapies, which allows them to more easily work in the multidisciplinary practice they run together. Using a whole-person approach, Doctors of Chiropractic Kisla, Treacy, and Kennedy don’t just perform chiropractic treatments, they promote macro-level healthy habits through a comprehensive regimen that includes corrective exercises, lifestyle advice, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling.
When treating patients with his signature drug-free techniques, Doctor of Chiropractic Jeff Chamberlain examines both what’s occurring inside and outside the body. During examinations, he looks for subluxations in the spine that can impede the body’s ability to heal itself. Then, he evaluates current diet and exercise habits for catalysts that may be contributing to symptoms. Patients leave his office with pain retreating from his noninvasive adjustments and massages while armed with helpful lifestyle tips on how to prevent its recurrence.
At Broomall Total Health Center, every patient's health is the responsibility of one dedicated man: Dr. Marc Belitsky. Since graduating from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic, the National Board–certified chiropractor has been working to treat conditions such as whiplash, scoliosis, and arthritis. Using equipment such as x-ray machines and computerized muscle testing, Dr. Belitsky determines the source of each patient's discomfort. He then treats said aches with numerous noninvasive procedures, including electrical muscle stimulation and cold laser therapy, a treatment formerly used for evil by Mr. Freeze.
At Concord Medical Spine and Pain Center, Dr. Trent Ryan uses X-rays, orthopedic and neurological physical examinations, and verbal consultations to get to the root of medical issues troubling clients. Combining his insights with knowledge of a client's medical history, Dr. Ryan prescribes a course of treatment that blends 20 types of musculoskeletal adjustments, soft tissue treatments, massages, and physical therapy.
At Chester County Chiropractic & Wellness, Dr. John Woodward has the benefit of the latest technology, making holistic care even more effective. High-tech equipment such as the DRX 9000 accomplishes non-surgical back relief helping bulging & herniated discs.