Valley chiropractic clinics to treat first responders, families for free week of 9/11

Nutritional counseling available at family chiropractic clinic in Milwaukee area

When the call for help goes out, first responders answer it no questions asked. Every day, first responders throughout the country put their own well-being on the back burner to see to the needs of others perfect strangers. While most people run from danger, first responders run toward it. In honor of those who did just that in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, a Valley chain of chiropractic clinics is looking to put Phoenix emergency crews and their families first, looking after them the way they look after everyone else. To that end, all 20 of The Joints Phoenix metro locations will be offering free chiropractic adjustments to first responders and their families for the week leading up to Sept. 11. Were reminded during this time of year around 9/11, of those who sacrifice their lives for others and we want them to know The Joint is grateful and thanks them, The Joint CEO John Leonesio said in a news release. The Joint family is extremely proud of our country and the service our first responders provide, not just on this day, but every day of the year. Between Sept. 4 and Sept. 11, military, police, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and their families can get a free adjustment at any chiropractor Phoenix clinic. All thats needed is a valid ID and proof of occupation. With night and weekend hours, The Joint does not require appointments or X-rays, and charges a flat fee of $29 per visit.
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Logan University appoints new dean of chiropractic education


Krieser believes the addition of nutritional counseling will better serve patients by bringing a healthy balance and new health outlook to their lives. True health and wellness comes from the ability to overcome physical, chemical and mental stresses. Helping people overcome challenges innutrition, whether they take in too much of one thing or too little of another, canprofoundlyimprove their healthand overall quality of life, says Krieser. This makes nutritional counseling a natural compliment to my wellness practice. Krieser helps patients develop weight loss plans, provides cooking tips for healthier eating, exposes patients to new foods and provides proper supplements to assist with nutritional deficiencies. For more information about Krieser Family Chiropractics nutritional counseling or to schedule an appointment for assistance in developing a healthier lifestyle, visit or call (262) 567-6700. About Krieser Family Chiropractic Krieser Family Chiropractic provides Oconomowoc and the Lakeland area with the most specific chiropractic care possible through the Gonstead method. The Gonstead method is a system of chiropractic care involving structural, x-ray, thermographic (heat), kinesthetic (motion) and soft tissue analysis on each visit. This method allows Dr. Krieser to provide the proper adjustment in the proper way at the proper time. Gonstead chiropractors adjust the spine in a way that is biomechanically sound by limiting the twisting and rotation which can be harmful to the cartilage discs of the spine. This provides the patient with the opportunity for maximum healing and optimal health. As a “hands on” chiropractor, Dr. Ken provides care that is safe, effective and specific to each patient’s individual needs. Krieser Family Chiropractic now also offers nutritional counseling to patients to provide a full spectrum of services to work towards a healthy lifestyle.
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Chiropractic Wellness Assistant (Maple Grove, MN)

We are searching for someone that is health conscious and will be able to assist in educating patients in that manner. – This position requires the ability to multitask like a champion. – You will be on your feet a lot.. About our office: We are a Maximized Living Health Center. Our focus is to get people well and keep them well for the rest of their life. Our mission is to change the way people view and manage their healthcare through the 5 essentials of Maximized Living which are: 1. Positive mental attitude 2. Properly functioning nervous system 3. Maximized nutrition 4. State-of-the-art exercise programs and 5. Minimizing exposure to toxins. Our vision is not only to create a healthier Country but a healthier world.
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Carl Saubert, Logans vice president of academic affairs.The College of Chiropractic is Logans flagship educational program and currently has more than 800 doctor of chiropractic students. DeBono brings more than 20 years of experience as a chiropractic physician and educator to his new position at Logan. Most recently, he was a partner at Motus Therapeutic Methods LLC, a continuing education seminar company in Lemont, Ill. He spent six years as the vice president of academic services at National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Lombard, Ill., where he was responsible for the administration of the first professional and undergraduate education programs. From 2004 to 2012, he was a member of the post-professional faculty at NUHS where he taught functional anatomy, radiology, sports medicine and rehabilitation, and over an eight-year period, he served as a senior staff clinician and dean of clinics at NUHS. Prior to that time, he was a radiology resident at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Ia., and was in private practice first in New Jersey and later in Illinois. Dr. DeBono has vast experience as a clinician and teacher in undergraduate and graduate education, in the classroom, and as a practicing doctor of chiropractic. His professional background as a vice president of academic services and dean of clinics at National University of Health Sciences will be a major asset for Logan, said Clay McDonald, DC, president of Logan University. We are indeed fortunate to have him as a key member of Logans senior academic team. DeBono holds a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences. He has completed all required coursework for a Master of Health Professions Education at the University of Illinois-Chicago and is currently finishing his thesis for this degree program. DeBono has been a contributing author to several clinical textbooks and research articles in The Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT) and Chiropractic Products magazine, and has delivered numerous clinical and academic presentations nationally. He has served as a member of the board of directors of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACA) and in 2010 was chair of the ACCs task force on defining primary care.
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Tumwater Chiropractic Center Helps People Feel Better

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Drs. Lonnie Lowe (left) and Kelly Golob focus on being patient centered at Tumwater Chiropractic Clinic. Some might be wary of visiting a chiropractor. The tell-tale popping sound can be disconcerting. There are lots of different ways to achieve the same results, says Golob. Low force techniques, cold laser, traction, kinesio taping and stretches are just some of the alternatives offered at TCC. Being patient centered is important to Lowe, Shaw and Golob. We walk through the process step-by-step so a patient is never surprised, says Lowe. A first visit includes a discussion of medical history and goals. During the exam we look and see how a patient is moving, what imbalances there are as far as joint range of motion maybe some muscles are too tight, maybe some are too weak, explains Golob. These initial screenings lead to a treatment plan that is tailor made for each patient. The long-term focus for Lowe, Shaw and Golob is getting a patient feeling better and then helping them stay that way. Golob uses the analogy of a dentist to help patients understand the benefits of preventative maintenance.
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