- $49 for five 20-minute spinal-decompression treatments and one exam ($390 value)
During the exam, a chiropractor tests range of motion, examines gait and posture, looks for strained muscles, and analyzes the full spine. Afterward, patients recline on the DX2 machine, which applies gentle, precise traction to the vertebrae. This force allows the spine to spread out like a yawning cat, lifting pressure from the disks, bones, and nerves to increase blood flow and promote healing.
Darrick S. Davis and his team see value in the body's ability to heal itself. In answer to drugs and surgeries, Davis cracks his knuckles and sets to work adjusting and massaging the musculature with the help of chiropractic machines. He and his team use physical tests, x-rays, and dark-field nutritional analysis to uncover the cause of maladies such as degenerative disks, sciatica, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Davis individualizes his response to findings—he always makes a different facial expression, then prescribes a course of action that may include spinal adjustments, massage, and physical therapy.