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Empowering you with your health through Natural Medicine
Beyond Chiropractic is the premier Natural Medicine Wellness Center in the area! Offering Advanced Chiropractic Care & Nutritional Evaluation with certified Rolfer on staff.
At Beyond Chiropractic, Dr. Erika V. Way, DC, DCBCN believes that if you were not born with your current problem, there is a solution.
In order to solve the problem, you have to know what is causing it. At Beyond Chiropractic we look beyond the problem. We get to the root cause of your symptoms, treat that underlying problem and eliminate your symptoms.
When evaluating a chiropractic patient we use Applied Kinesiology to determine what is causing the problem. Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a system that evaluates structural, chemical and soft tissue aspects of health using manual muscle testing with other standard methods of diagnosis. [more]
When evaluating a Nutra-Metabolic patient, At Beyond Chiropractic, Dr. Erika V. Way, DC, DCBCN goes Beyond Medicine, beyond the paradigms of conventional medicine and evaluates a patient based on deviations from optimal health rather than within the parameters of disease.
Dr. Way looks at disease as a departure from optimal health as the result of dysfunction, rather than an eventual state of being. Using a science based approach she applies her comprehensive knowledge of Functional Medicine when treating such conditions as Hashimoto's, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, migraines, hormone imbalances (thyroid, cortisol, estrogen, testosterone, progesterone), Dr. Way starts her initial evaluation using functional testing such as a comprehensive blood panel looking at over 75 different bio-markers, food and chemical sensitivities using the ELISA/ ACT and Entero Lab testing, saliva hormone panels and comprehensive DNA analysis of stool to rule out bacterial, fungal and parasitic infection.
We are not born with disease and dysfunction we acquire it. Dr. Way figures out the how and the why!!
Rolfing is a system of soft tissue manipulation, with the objective of realigning the body and its muscles and harmonizing its fundamental movement patterns in relation to gravity. This technique compliments Chiropractic by correcting soft tissue injury that maybe setting up a particular problem. [more]
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