Brookfield Chiropractor Introduces Spinal Decompression Treatment – Jsonline

Wilton man named ‘Chiropractor of the Year’ – Community

This proven chiropractic bayview village wellness clinic therapy is used to care for those with bulging or herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome, and even those afflicted from a failed back surgery. Expanding her range of therapy treatments and adding this new service was an easy decision by the Brookfield chiropractor . Spinal decompression treatment promotes the body to heal itself without surgery or medication. With a firm faith in the healing properties of this therapy, Dr. Knapp is offering all potential patients the opportunity to have a free consultation to determine if there could be a benefit from spinal decompression. Dr. Nicole Knapp, Owner of Knapp Chiropractic and Wellness Center, stated, I am grateful to be the first clinic to offer this effective therapy in the Brookfield area. Those suffering from chronic neck and back pain shouldnt be dependent upon surgery or drugs, which is why it is important for me to offer a healing treatment that provides exceptional relief to the nerves and muscles within the spine and neck. Performed on a highly-calibrated treatment table, spinal decompression therapy consists of a series of slow pulls, holds and releases that cause gradual realignment. This chronic low back pain treatment takes the pressure off of pinched nerves and corrects bulging or herniated discs. For lasting results, this chiropractic therapy is meant to be performed over a series of sessions; following a first treatment, patients often report an immediate improvement. Those seeking relief and chiropractic care in Brookfield, WI can now turn to Dr.
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Hulsebus Rockford Chiropractic Welcomes Two New Doctors

The award recognizes exceptional service, achievement and/or leadership to the profession. Overland exhibited all of these qualities and more during his two and a half-year term as ACA president, while working to advance the profession and the association within the reformed health care landscape in the United States. Overland served as president of ACA from Sept. 2011 to March 2014, during which time the association sought increased health care choices for patients and parity for chiropractic physicians as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was implemented across the country. Overland lead ACA in the creation of a 10-year plan that aims to position chiropractic favorably as health care providers work in increasingly integrated settings. “Overland is a true example of determination and leadership and has shown a great dedication to his patients and profession,” said ACA President Anthony Hamm, DC. “This award recognizes his unique contributions and honors him for devoting a tremendous amount of time and effort to advancing ACA and the chiropractic profession in light of the increasingly obvious fact that our health care system is broken and that giving patients choices is part of the solution.” First elected to the ACA Board of Governors in 2005, Overland is chairman of the ACA Legislative Committee and the ACA Fundraising Committee, in addition to his role as immediate past president. He is also an active member of the Membership Executive Committee. At home in Wilton, he has served as co-chair of the Connecticut Governors Committee on Physical Fitness, a member of former Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s (I-Conn.) Health Care Task Force and a member of the Connecticut Department of Health Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
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Owner Tom Justice included office space for a sports medicine office to complement the business. I was looking for a certain type of doctor, he said. I wanted one who understands the needs of athletes. Justice said while CrossFit coaches can train their clients, a sports doctor can help address problems, such as issues impeding movement. Having a sports doctor to prevent injury and understands athletes needs is important, Just said. The fitness center, now with more than 50 members and offering free introductory class every Saturday at 10 a.m., and Southeast Sports & Rehabilitation will hold a grand opening together soon, Justice said. When the Lake Wylie location at CrossFit became available a couple of months ago, Riddle, a certified chiropractic sports physician with more than 15 years experience with an office in Spartanburg, jumped. Id been looking for another opportunity, he said, explaining he works with another doctor at the Spartanburg office. Riddle is also a certified strength and massage bayview conditioning specialist and registered kinesiotherapist. He graduated from Sherman College of Chiropractic, where he now is an instructor of clinical sciences. He says the difference between his chiropractic care and other offices is a sports and activity focus. Thats what really makes me tick, he said, getting someone back to hiking, CrossFit training, whatever activity. My focus is always to get them back to where they want to be or better, Riddle said. Its not just about chiropractic care but re-balancing everything involved. His office care, he said, is for the 13-year-old baseball player to the 78-year-old who just want s to get up and down without pain.
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Former chiropractor, co-defendant sentenced in insurance fraud scheme – The Eagle: Local News

Chase Lindsey, 36, and Brittany Jessie, 25, both of Bryan, were sentenced by U.S. District Judge Kenneth Hoyt in Houston after admitting their guilt to conspiracy to commit mail fraud. Lindsey received a 24-month term and Jessie was sentenced to 30 months in prison. Each will also have to pay about $1 million in restitution and remain on probation for two years after their release. Lindsey and Jessie are among five people convicted of conspiring to submit $3 million worth of false billing claims — which insurance companies paid at least $1.2 million of, according to federal officials. Marion Young, 43, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy and one count of wire fraud in April 2013. Edward Graham, 37, and Earlie Dickerson, 41, were convicted of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and 30 counts of mail fraud following an eight-day trial. The three are scheduled for sentencing in July. Four Bryan chiropractic clinics were used by the co-defendants in carrying out their scheme from about February 2007 to December 2009, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Lindsey, who has since had his chiropractic license revoked, worked as a chiropractor at the clinics — all of which were owned by his co-conspirators — and would see patients who’d allegedly been injured in auto accidents and were being referred to Lindsey by Sanjoh & Associates, a law firm managed by Dickerson and where Jessie also worked, according to U.S.
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LAKE WYLIE: New chiropractor puts focus for clients on staying active | Business | Lake Wylie Pilot

Brock Field Dr. Nathaniel Hays ROCKFORD (WIFR) — Hulesebus Rockford Chiropractic has announced the addition of two new doctors to their team, as well as the completion of the renovation of the lower level of their clinic. Dr. Brock Field and Dr. Nathaniel Hays, both graduates of Palmer College of Chiropractic, are joining the team of established doctors to provide chiropractic services in the Rockford community. About Dr. Brock Field: -Graduated in 2014 from Palmer College of Chiropractic with a DC degree – Graduated in 2007 from William Penn University with a bachelors degree in preprofessional biology. -Background in athletics. -Worked as intern athletic trainer for the AHL Iowa Stars prior to starting Chiropractic school. -Team Chiropractor of the Rockford IceHogs and Aviators. About Dr.
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