The BACS Clinic treat individuals ranging from professional athletes to regular people suffering from everyday pain. The healthcare center is lead by a licensed doctor of chiropractic with a firm knowledge of neuromusculo-skeletal conditions with further emphasis on sports medicine, and acupuncture. The BACS Clinic provides tailor-made treatment plans for each individual based on their condition by blending manipulation, massage methods, and other forms of therapies including electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and hot therapy. This include those who suffer traumas such as auto accidents. The clinic compliments the care with physical rehabilitation and exercise involving stretches and strengthening muscles to achieve maximum wellness.
Battling pain from a recent or long-term injury? Multisport Health Center in Bellaire is here to help.
Multisport Health Center sets the bar for the highest quality of medical treatments and services in the area.
Make sure you plan ahead! This chiropractor's services are only available on an appointment-only basis.
If you're in need of a back or beck adjustment, Multisport Health Center is a great place to receive beneficial treatment.
For a gentle, yet effective alignment, come on over to Crawford Wellness Center in Bellaire.
Remember to schedule your next beauty service ahead of time! This chiropractor has a strict appointment-only policy.
We all need a little help with injuries sometimes, and Crawford Wellness Center is a great place to receive proper chiropractic care.
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Dr. Michael Strang was always an athlete, competing in a number of sports since he was a kid, including golf, which he even attempted to earn a living from after college. As he grew older, however, he became plagued by back pain that only got worse as time went on. Desperate to find a solution so that he could continue to improve his golf game, he decided to visit a chiropractor. It was this decision that changed everything for Michael—the chiropractor not only helped solve his physical problems, but also sparked an abiding fascination with chiropractic science. After this, Michael became so enamored with the human body that he put down his professional golf clubs and pursued further education at Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta. Armed with certification and knowledge about his new passion, he returned to Texas to open his own chiropractic office.
Today, Dr. Strang provides highly customized treatments for his patients, including those who suffered traumas such as auto accidents. He blends massage methods, chiropractic techniques, electrical muscle manipulation, and hot and cold therapy to help manage pain and cultivate overall wellness. He compliments his work with take-home assignments, which often involve stretches, strengthening exercises, and five-paragraph essays about when they would like their next appointment to be.
A young Nicole Sletten was attending Dickinson State University on a basketball scholarship when lower-back pain began to hamper her game. After continuously taking ibuprofen to combat the discomfort, she took the advice of a friend and went to a chiropractor. The chiropractor performed an exam and adjustment, bringing Sletten instant relief—and a new career prospect. She went on to become a doctor of chiropractic so that she could share the gift of living pain-free with other people.
Now "Dr. Nicci" can be found at Wellness Heights, where she and Doctor of Chiropractic Bret Buffalohead restore patients' health with treatments ranging from ultrasound therapy to electrical muscle stimulation. Amid the clinic’s softly lit, lime-green-accented surroundings, clients may even catch a glimpse of Dr. Nicci's twin boys Parker and Jaxon—who received their first chiropractic adjustments when they were only a few weeks old—as they practice spinal-decompression therapy on their action figures.