At Polaris Family & Sport Chiropractic, Dr. Randall W. Huffer and Dr. James K. Schramm perform a variety of therapeutic treatments to realign patients' bodies and help them to resume healthy lifestyles. During the exam, the board-certified specialists examine human architecture by checking reflexes, muscle strength, and range of motion. Through orthopedic and neurological tests, Drs. Huffer and Schramm work to identify the cause of common conditions such as headaches, sciatica, chronic tension, neck pain, and back pain. Then a specific treatment will be administered, and a 30-minute relaxation chair massage relieves their body of stress and aches brought on by daily living, and from hauling four giant top hats to the summit of Mount Rushmore. Depending on scheduling availability and the results of the exam, the treatment may require a separate visit from the exam.
At Campus View Chiropractic, Drs. Stephen and Robert Urbanek draw on decades of experience to free their patients from pain, stiffness, and other musculoskeletal discomforts. The practitioners examine patients to reveal the spine's inner workings by using x-rays, muscle-strength tests, and reflex triggers. Afterwards, they realign spines with manual adjustments, chiropractic instruments, or specially designed tables, depending on each patient’s issues. In-house massages work to relax and soothe the muscles. Patrons can also buy products such as Chiroflow water pillows and and Biofreeze cold-therapy products to maintain healthy spine habits at home.
At their five offices across Columbus, Inner Health Chiropractic's doctors take a preventive approach to wellness, eschewing conventional methods that only tackle problems after they've developed. Instead, the practitioners focus on developing a comprehensive wellness plan for each client with the goal of preventing, not merely treating, illness and pain. Encompassing lifestyle, nutrition, and exercise, treatments run the gamut from spinal adjustment and physiotherapy to food counseling and personalized pinky-toe massage.
The doctors at Premier Chiropractic Centers circumvent the potential hazards of surgery and medications with non-invasive chiropractic techniques. Each doctor is an expert in the back and neck and tracks down subluxations in the spine that can cause pain or numbness virtually anywhere in the body. With a combination of massages, gentle adjustments, and physical therapy, the doctors nudge slipped discs into healthier positions. Aside from hands-on treatments, the doctors also dole out nutritional advice and outfit feet with custom orthotics designed to promote straighter posture.
At Back to Health, Drs. Thomas Donahue and David Sampson dedicate themselves to helping the body achieve maximum health by facilitating its natural healing capabilities. To do this, the doctors eschew all drugs and invasive surgical techniques in favor of chiropractic care, nutritional counseling, and lifestyle advice. Their state-of-the-art facility also enhances healing treatments with massage services, paraffin baths, and moist heat therapy.
Dr. John Moore was already a licensed massage therapist when he earned his chiropractic degree, with honors, from Life Chiropractic College West in 1994. As an intern, he earned an excellence in care award and a magna cum laude distinction. He further honed his skills with postgraduate work in applied kinesiology and sports chiropractic before founding Amerihealth Chiropractic & Wellness. Today, in addition to treating headaches, joint pain, disc problems, and other conditions, Dr. Moore serves as president of the Central Ohio Chiropractic Association (COCA).
Dr. Moore leads Amerihealth Chiropractic & Wellness' team, which includes case managers, rehab specialists, and a licensed acupuncturist. The wellness professionals administer chiropractic care, massage therapy, and rehabilitation treatments that help people overcome pain and get back to their normal lives as Parisian mimes.