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Conventional medicine certainly seems logical: treat the symptoms of a disease when they occur. Unfortunately, sometimes treating symptoms doesn't get at the heart of the issue. Doctor of chiropractic Nicholas Curry believes there is better way. The professional chiropractor has studied sports science and rehabilitation long enough to know the limits of conventional medicine and the benefits of healthcare that actually treats ailments before they occur. At Integrative Health + Sports Performance, Dr. Curry and his staff—led by licensed massage therapist Grace Norwood—holistically heal bodies with services that range from sports massages to chiropractic adjustments.
Patients who visit The Chiropractic Center won't fine any scalpels on the table or bottles of pills in the medicine cabinet. It's not that Doctor of Chiropractic James H. Alexander thinks these medical tools can't heal patients; it's just that he believes their own bodies can do it better. During adjustments, he uses his bare hands in attempt to tap into this self-healing ability, focusing on freeing the nervous system of impingements—such as slipped disks and pinched nerves—that can cause pain and disrupt overall health. But he won't administer any of his noninvasive techniques without thoroughly evaluating the patient and explaining how the treatment works.
Nathan Baxter found his dream career in a not-so-comfortable way: by getting a concussion. In a high-school wrestling practice, his opponent tossed him into a solid metal door, and when he woke up, he had whiplash, as well as a nasty bump on the head. When his prescription didn't seem to help with the problem and he continued to miss school, his family doctor referred him to a chiropractor, and a few adjustments later, he was sleeping soundly and back in class. That experience set him on a path that would lead to founding his own chiropractic office, and to 5 years of helping other people overcome their injuries, structural problems, and discomfort.
For almost 20 years, Doctor of Chiropractic Mark Scarano has been seeking out the latest available treatments for his patients. He has put these cutting-edge techniques to work at Moore Chiropractic Family Wellness Clinic, often using DTS spinal-decompression therapy, a gentle process designed to separate bulging discs. In addition to relieving back pain through routine adjustments, Dr. Scarano addresses health issues such as fibromyalgia, allergies, sciatica, and headaches, and targets soft-tissue injuries with electrical muscle stimulation.
At Peltier Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center, LLC, Dr. William Peltier divides his approach to healing into three distinct phases. The first phase deals with helping patients overcome their immediate pain and discomfort. He achieves this step by first identifying the source of the pain, and then administering noninvasive techniques to relieve it. During the second phase, he designs a treatment plan for long-term correction, helping muscles and bones heal properly. The third phase begins when patients feel
better, and involves
periodic checkups, minor adjustments, celebratory chest bumps.