Dr. Scott Hallums's story is one that many chiropractors can relate to. After sustaining a series of debilitating injuries as a young man, he discovered that chiropractic medicine allowed his body to heal at a faster rate than more traditional remedies. Dr. Hallums still benefits from regular adjustments, but now he also passes on the favor at Wheaton Chiropractic Spine & Joint Center. Aside from adjustments, he manipulates soft tissue and stimulates muscle contractions with electric impulses that improve circulation and increase mobility.
When he isn't performing his own treatments, Dr. Hallums guides licensed massage therapist Dainius Gabrenas, who specializes in techniques ranging from Swedish and deep-tissue massage to more innovative approaches including reflexology and a stretching technique known as PNF. Beyond his ability to heal clients with a range of lifestyles and activities, Gabrenas keeps one more skill up his sleeve: he's able to communicate with his patients in English, Russian, Lithuanian, and Polish.
Doctor of Chiropractic Rick Hyde's patients are a talented bunch. Over the years, his work has been acclaimed by athletes and experts including Andy Studebaker of the Kansas City Chiefs, a physical therapist for the Chicago Bulls, and a couple of Olympic competitors. Famous or not, he treats all his patients with techniques such as adjustments, corrective exercises, and spinal and postural screenings. Rather than focusing on symptoms, Dr. Hyde sleuths out the real culprits: imbalances in the spinal column and, sometimes, Professor Moriarty.
Our licensed and well trained staff at LeVant Salon and Day Spa has been providing friendly and professional service for over 30 years. Our salon proudly uses state of art equipment and a variety of salon exclusive professional hair, nail and skin products.
Veronica Lugo was introduced to massage after sustaining injuries in a car accident. As part of her therapy, Lugo went to a chiropractor's office to receive clinical massages and experienced first-hand the healing properties of therapeutic bodywork. Wall sconces cast a warm circle of ambient light inside her treatment room, where Lugo puts her massage license, continuing education in clinical techniques, and spring-loaded extra arms to good use. She prefers to root out chronic aches by helping her clients over an extended period of time. "Ideally it's best that they do massage regularly, at least once a month," she says. "I like it when they come in regularly so I can actually see how it helps."
Though ChiroSolutions’s decor exudes modern simplicity, its service menu reveals the practice's dedication to detailed, exhaustive treatments. Robert Sierszulski, DC takes a comprehensive approach to spinal care, treating everything from headaches and neck pain to sports injuries and herniated discs with chiropractic adjustments and other hands-on methods. When developing treatment plans for patients, he recommends anything from chiropractic adjusting and physical therapy to massage therapy—the latter of which is doled out in a private treatment room by a licensed massage therapist.
The board-certified and licensed massage therapists at Elements Therapeutic Massage address health and stress-related conditions with gliding strokes and concentrated kneads. Their deft hands apply pressure to areas of discomfort to maximize joint flexibility and encourage the release of the body’s natural supply of painkillers, which include serotonin, endorphins, and stevia. Elements' staff makes a point of listening to each customer's wellness goals and expected outcomes, and customizes each massage session with a specific combination of techniques. Massage can also assuage depression, speed healing from injuries, bolster sleep quality, improve circulation, lower blood pressure, and strengthen the immune system.