Garland Chiropractor Offers Full Service Integrated Clinic

Photo of Dr. James MixonOur integrated Chiropractic clinic specializes in the treatment of joint pain using safe and all natural treatments.Whether you’re suffering from neck or back pain, knee or shoulder pain, or are just looking for a way to improve your health, Garland chiropractor, Dr. James Mixon, can help.

Medical director, Dr. Kranti Purimetla and nurse practitioner, Merina Johnson, make it even easier for you to get the care you need. Dr. Purimetla and Merina are on-site weekly to answer patient’s questions, review treatment options and provide an escalated level of care when needed.  Whatever level of support you require, our experienced health professionals will ensure that you’ll receive the treatment you need.

Comprehensive Exercise Rehab

Our complete exercise Rehab facility is staffed by exercise physiologist, Lisa, who delivers expert guidance to help our patients increase range of motion and strengthen muscles to prevent re-injury. She’ll give you the one-on-one attention you need, while you improve muscle control and endurance. Additionally, her customized exercise programs can help you continue treatment in the comfort of your home.

Michelle, Tonya and Melissa, our licensed massage therapists, offer trigger point, deep tissue and Swedish massage to loosen stiff muscles and break down scar tissue which will reduce pain and improve flexibility. Like our other services, these treatments are usually covered by insurance.

Advanced Treatment for Joint Pain Relief

For inflamed joints and shoulders, we offer natural plant based and homeopathic injections that can quickly relieve pain and inflammation. Our hyaluronic acid injections are ideal for chronic knee pain. A simple series of injections provide a gentle cushion for arthritic knee joints and can eliminate or radically reduce pain for as long as 6 months. (more…)

Supplements to Reduce Fibromyalgia Symptoms Naturally

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Fibromyalgia is a syndrome most people know little about, unless you or someone you’re close to has it. The description of the disorder characterizes its nature: chronic and pervasive musculoskeletal pain, exhaustion, and widespread sensitivity in localized areas of your body. It’s a set of symptoms that, once they occur together, either signify the disease is present, or indicate there’s a good chance of developing

Nutrition and Your Joints: A Love Story

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Life! From the very beginning it’s all about movement. You wiggle, crawl, and walk, your movements growing bolder with age. Eventually you run, jump, and leap! Movement is a marvel of energy, coordination, and strength. It’s required for everything you do, big and small, whether running a marathon or picking up a pen. But you couldn’t do anything if your limbs weren’t constructed to twist

Five of the Best Reasons to Keep Moving

Sedentary lifestyles increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. “For people who sit most of the day, their risk of heart attack is about the same as smoking.” ~ Martha Grogan, Cardiologist, Mayo Clinic.

According to the website, Just Stand, global studies show that the average adult sits a whopping 7.7 hours a day. Some results are even higher, with estimates up to 15 hours a day. With our sedentary lifestyles and service based jobs, these statistics aren’t really surprising. However, sitting and a lack of movement is associated with a wide range of health risks. From cardiovascular disease