Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a scientific, medical, and creative approach to wellness. It emphasizes the importance of how the muscles, nerves, joints, organs, and mental state all work together to create health. The body naturally aims to achieve a state called “homeostatic equilibrium” through the brain and spinal nerves, which means that every cell in your body is always trying to stay healthy.

Our modern lifestyles have a way to throw this balance off and effect our health, resulting in symptoms such as pain, stiffness, tension, fatigue, hormonal imbalances, organ dysfunction, mental fog and more. Stress alone leads to more diseases than science previously understood years ago.

Chiropractic adjustments are used to reset the nervous system and remove painful pressure off of nerves. They reduce pain, swelling and stiffness in joints and muscles, improving overall movement and function. Adjustments have also been shown to boost the immune system, reduce stress, and can improve specific organ function.

The adjustment involves using the Doctor’s hands, and sometimes special tools, to gently stretch muscles, nerves, and joints to create a release of pressure. Often times a “popping” or “cracking” sound is heard and felt. It can be a strange and intimidating, but this sound is simply the releasing of air pressure that has built up inside a joint. It is the popping of a gas bubble of Carbon Dioxide (CO₂), the same toxic gas you exhale, and once this air is released, fluid can enter the joint and lubricate it.

Dr. Bobbi Jones, D.C. holds her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, CA.

For 25 years, Dr. Jones has been an Advanced Yoga Teacher, Massage Therapist, and has continued her training in Prenatal and Pediatric Chiropractic, Nutritional Medicine, and Physical Therapy. She’s been a Chiropractor for over 15 years and brings a variety of holistic disciplines, knowledge, and personal understanding to her patients’ physical needs. 

Dr. Jones is also a licensed Somatic Trauma Therapist, supporting the emotional, mental, and energetic needs of her patients, and addressing traumatic issues such as depression, anxiety, childhood trauma, sexual abuse, eating disorders, and self esteem challenges.

Intuitive, gentle, and sensitive, she provides specific care for everyone in the family. 

Dr. Mary Ames Brown, D.C. holds her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Logan University in Chesterfield, Missouri, where she graduated summa cum laude and was class valedictorian. Her background is in Massage Therapy and BioKinetics, having first trained at the Boulder College of Massage Therapy. She then studied at the renowned Pilates Center of Boulder, Colorado, and received her National Certification as a Pilates Teacher. She is currently studying to receive her Master’s of Sports Medicine at the University of Western States, is a student of the Gyrotonic Expansion System, is a lifelong Pilates enthusiast and has a dedicated personal daily movement practice, keeping her own health as a priority. She has a passion for Pilates and for teaching new trainees the Pilates Instructor Education System, helping students develop a deep understanding for this health system.

Dr. Ames Brown strongly believes the holistic power of Chiropractic will help guide her patients to their own innate healing and wellness. She specifically works with entire families, in helping children and adults to continue to remain active, without pain or limitations, in whatever life sport or endeavor they choose.

Her hope and mission in life is to assist all those she treats to be inspired and empowered to lead lives that are healthy, full of joyful movement. Let her enthusiasm, knowledge, and professionalism help guide you through your own healing journey. 

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Disclaimer: Information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Information on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health problem or condition; nor is it intended to replace the advice of your physician.