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Chiropractic Neurology Practice Adds Staff Members

Apr 29, 2016 01:24PM

Richmond Chiropractic Neurology has expanded. With 40 years in practice and 23 years as a functional neurologist and functional medicine practitioner, owner and board-certified chiropractic neurologist Mark S. Smith, DC, says, “We have enhanced our ability to synergize even more and to better serve those with chronic health challenges.”

Focusing primarily on chronic health conditions, including neurologic disorders, anxiety, depression, learning disorders and digestive disorders, Smith has found that virtually all of these chronic conditions have multiple underlying causes and require diverse and comprehensive therapeutics that support a return to health on many levels. Offering services that can address the emotional, physical, neurological and biochemical aspects of the conditions provides a synergy that is essential for optimal results.

Staff additions include Lynn Lennon, RN, a neurofeedback technician who provides this proven, non-invasive therapy to assist the brain and nervous system to regain balance and control for ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, learning disorders and peak performance; Licensed Acupuncturist Jamie McLaughlin, who has broad experience and studied in China; Angela Staylor, a certified massage therapist who uses body therapeutics to reduce pain, stress, tension and holding patterns often associated with anxiety; and Cathy Phillips, a certified thermography technician who utilizes this safe and non-invasive method to monitor breast, thyroid, vascular and other health conditions with images interpreted by a medical radiologist.

Yoga is also available on-site with Sonja Stoeckli, RYT, at Spiritual Flow Yoga; medical studies support movement therapies, specifically yoga, in helping bodies heal on multiple levels—from depression and anxiety to fatigue, insomnia and more.

Location: 13354 Midlothian Tpke., Ste. 100. For a no-cost phone consultation, call 804-897-9194. For more information, visit RichmondChiroNeuro.com.