At Atlas Chiropractic Center, Doctor of Chiropractic Justin Keffer plies his healing trade to the uppermost tip of the spine. Here, the free-floating atlas vertebra allows the head to swivel in all directions when checking a room for radio-controlled helicopters. But since it's not attached, the atlas is more likely to slide out of position and disrupt brain-body communication, leading to a host of potential health problems. Dr. Keffer nudges this disc into healthier positions in order to correct a range of ailments, from sore necks and headaches to digestive issues.
At Woodland Skating Center, families and friends gather to lace up traditional skates, skate the rink, and nosh on pizza and dogs from the snack shop during open-skate sessions. They also stop by for skating lessons and birthday parties, replete with glow necklaces and a decorated private party room. And while at the center, serious skaters can stock up on wheels and gear at the pro shop.
Before becoming a full-time massage therapist, Jamie Price travelled the globe as an international performer, living in Germany, Italy, and Cypress where he learned the importance of massage. Price is skilled in a range of techniques including hot stone therapy, reflexology, and Thai massage.
Dr. Michael Kwast, DC, CSCS and his team anchor i-Chiro's chiropractic treatments on a whole-body approach to wellness. This means that, in addition to treating the injury at hand, Dr. Kwast's remedies strive to strengthen each client's core and prevent the injury from happening again. It's a pattern of rehabilitation that can also be seen in Peak's detox and nutrition programs, which gently shepherd patients down the road to weight loss.
The staff complement their chiropractic treatments with massage therapy to remedy conditions such as fibromyalgia and sciatica or simply knead away accumulations of stress. Complimentary, onsite massage classes allow visitors to try the art of massage at home on a sweetheart.