Montrose Downtown has a good number of businesses that offer all kinds of health and wellness practices, including a good number of chiropractors
Mesa Family Chiropractic, 701 East Main Street
Born in Iowa, Amber Ware spent time in Kentucky before relocating to Montrose. Mesa Family Chiropractic has offices in both Montrose and Delta and offers chiropractic services for repetitive motion injuries, sports injuries and carpal tunnel as well as a range of other treatments including detoxification treatments, hydro massages and an FDA-approved weight loss program. Mesa Family Chiropractic also offers something most others don't: chiropractic services for animals.
“My goal for all my patients is to have optimal health. I believe in order to achieve this goal; patients must actively partake in maintenance care of their bodies. This prevents an injury from happening or becoming worse. I know that overall health is important; so a well-balanced diet, exercise routine, and chiropractic care helps to achieve this.”
Montrose Chiropractic Center, 201 South Third Street
Present in Montrose for a quarter of a century, Montrose Chiropractic Center specializes in helping to heal pain without the need for surgery or drugs. John Unger has a host of qualifications including being the only chiropractic practitioner between Glenwood Springs and Durango to hold the advanced Diplomate Chiropractic Sports Physician status. His patient-centered approach lends itself to comfortable, effective health care for his patients, from school kids to retired seniors to professional athletes. Since 1986, he has been certified by the state of Colorado in the use of acupuncture for pain relief and to promote the body's natural healing process.
Hoover Chiropractic, 1228 East Main Street
Hoover Chiropractic was established in Montrose in 1996 after a career that saw Wayne Hoover join the United States Navy, open a private practice in Beverly Hills and move to Redondo Beach for a decade before finally arriving in Montrose.
Hoover Chiropractic not only deals with patients who may have experienced an injury at work or in a car accident, but as a nationally recognized expert in the health and fitness industry, Wayne Hoover can advise on all manner of health and fitness issues thanks to the on-site nutritional center.
Good News Chiropractic, 101 North Uncompahgre Avenue
It wasn’t until Jack Bradley was cured of ailments that prevented him from doing his work in a previous career, that he turned his attention to chiropractic studies. After first opening a practice in Texas, Bradley opened a practice in Montrose and eventually moved here full time.
One of only four certified doctors in the state to specialize in disc work, a technique that addresses herniated, bulging and degenerative disc disease along with stenosis and sciatica. Bradley is the only one of the four on the Western Slope.
Away from the office, he can typically be found leading fishing trips as a licensed outfitter.
Kensho Total Wellness Day Spa, 37 North Nevada Avenue
Kensho Total Wellness Day Spa is a one stop shop offering not only chiropractic treatments, but also acupuncture, massage and aesthetic services such as facials, body wraps and full body waxing.
Established in 1997 by Ken Edgar after relocating to Colorado from Malibu, California, Kensho Total Wellness Day Spa started as a clinic but soon evolved to include all manner of other services. Edgar operates Kensho Total Wellness Day Spa with this wife Holly Padilla-Edgar wife who is the resident esthetician.
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