As a Seattle chiropractor with a unique interest in using massage to relax your muscles before you are adjusted, I’ve created a hybrid therapy. Flourish hybrid treatments combine hot stone therapy, focused deep tissue massage and chiropractic adjusting in a relaxing spa environment. Refresh your energy, heal faster and more comfortably by choosing this combination therapy that minimizes your time away from work and activities. You can expect an honest explanation of what is causing your problems, as well as treatment on your first visit. On a personal note, I can relate to most injuries and pains you may be experiencing due to my own background of sudden pains due to high-stress/ high-workload issues (neck pain, wrist pain and shoulder pain), to cardio-focused sports injuries (my knee pain from dance, gymnastics, and track), to the asymmetries and subsequent pain from serving and bar tending I did for years (shoulder pain, low back pain).

Whether you have a sports injury like tendinitis of the knee, stress-induced neck or low back pain, or a repetitive stress injury like carpal tunnel syndrome, I can help you understand what is going on and what you can do to heal yourself faster. The flourish hybrid treatments can also be used as a way to reduce total body tension, stress and anxiety (even if you don’t have a specific injury). Whatever your reason for needing therapy, you will most certainly have multiple factors to address to heal fully.

November
9
2014

Insurance Changes in 2 Months

Don’t forget that insurance policies change in January!  Be prepared for your deductible to start over and a possible change in your copayment. If you have any questions about your current benefits you can email us at drksmithdc@gmail.com or call.

October
15
2014

10/15/14 Massage opening

Isak is booked until November but we had a cancellation for todays appointment at 4:30pm!!! Call 206-851-2242 if you want it!

June
3
2014

Ankle Sprain? Look How We Can Help!

ankle 3 31 sprain

March 31

Moderate to severe sprain of the left ankle.  Wanted to be ready to snowboard in 2 weeks.

 

ankle 4 14 healingApril 14

After 2 weeks and 5 treatments of muscle work and adjusting…off to the slopes!