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Meet our Doctors

Dr. Rachel Loeb

Chiropractor and Acupuncturist

Dr. Rachel Loeb grew up in Clarksville, Maryland. She received a Bachelors of Science from Lehigh University before getting her Doctor of Chiropractic from Logan University in 2010. She studied acupuncture while at Logan University and continued her education at Acupuncture Society of America in Kansas City. She now lives in Creve Coeur, Mo with her husband and 3 young children. She loves living in St. Louis and takes advantage of all it has to offer.

Dr. Lynne Cerutti Gibbs

Chiropractor and Acupuncturist

Dr. Lynne Cerutti Gibbs was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Lynne has had an interest in the human body since a very young age and after receiving chiropractic care for her diagnosis of scoliosis the positive impact that chiropractic had on her life gave her the passion and drive to help others improve their quality of life. She received her bachelor degree of Human Biology at Logan College of Chiropractic and went on to complete her Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2015. She studied acupuncture At the Acupuncture Society of America in Kansas City.

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IT Band Syndrome

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What is IT Band Syndrome? The iliotibial band, or more commonly known as the IT band, starts at the outside of the pelvis near the hip and runs on the outside of the thigh down to just below the knee.  When it gets irritated through dancing, running, and jumping it can appear as lateral (on the outside) knee pain and sometimes as hip pain.  This irritation is called iliotibial band syndrome or ITBS.  This is an overuse injury and is more common in high intensity dance techniques that do not require turning out. IT Band Syndrome Exercises and Advice Focus on strengthening the gluteal muscles with clam shell and glute bridgesUse ice to help with the painFoam roll your tensor fasciae latae, IT band, quads, and hamstringsApply kinesiology tape to the knee and lateral leg during exercise to support the muscles and soft tissue and prevent from moving improperlyMuscle work to the IT band and surrounding muscles can reduce pain and prevent future problems Rest Modify activity to avoid what causes pain Treatment Options fro IT Band Syndrome Adjustments to the pelvis, hips, and anklesStrength training to ankles, glutes, hips, and coreAssisted stretchingDeep muscle work like Active Release, Myofascial Release, Post Isometric RelaxationInterferential Electrical StimulationDance Technique Analysis Take Home Tips Treat early to avoiding a more serious injuryIce all new injuriesStretch and foam roll regularlyIf it has not fixed itself or continues to return after rest, time to see a specialist

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Which treatment is better: chiropractic or acupuncture?

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Nov, 2018

Which treatment is better: chiropractic or acupuncture?

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Chiropractic vs. Acupuncture Which treatment is better: Chiropractic or Acupuncture? That depends on what you are coming in for. If you have a musculoskeletal condition that is caused poor body mechanics, chiropractic adjustments along with stretching and muscle work is the best option in treatment and recovery.  This includes most back and neck pain and tension headaches.  Some musculoskeletal can be treated by acupuncture particularly chronic muscle spasms, tightness caused…

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Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a natural approach to conservative care to reduce pain, prevent injury, and provide general wellness without the use of drugs and surgery.  Learn More

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a form a Traditional Chinese Medicine that has been used for centuries around the world. This drug-free treatment uses thin needles on specific points to stimulate balance and natural healing. Learn More

Cosmetic Acupuncture

Look younger naturally with Cosmetic Acupuncture. Treatments include facial and full body acupuncture along with microcurrent facial massage to help your general health and to help your body naturally build more collagen.  Learn More

Massage

ZenJen can help you relax or get you the perfect deep tissue sports massage. Her massage is personalized to fit your health goals. Learn More

Custom Orthotics

While orthotics are not necessary for every patients, Orthofeet, Inc orthotics can be customized to your feet. Orthotics can balance your body reducing stress on your low back, hips, knees, and feet. Learn More

Posture Program

The Posture Program is a 10-minute a day anti-aging strategy that can truly make a difference, not only in how your body moves today, but also how you’ll move 20, 30 and even 40 years from now! Learn More

Gait Analysis

Whether you are training for a marathon or just trying to de-stress and stay in shape with running, gait analysis will keep you going pain free. Learn More

Colon Hydrotherapy

Colon hydrotherapy is a safe, gentle, non-advasive procedure in which low pressure warm water circulates through the colon softening up old, hard matter, while retraining the colon to function more efficiently. Learn More

Kinesiology Taping

The benefits of kinesiology tape are numerous. It supports joints, but is not so stiff as to inhibit motion. It can reduce swelling and pain while allowing the body to heal itself. Learn More