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Ridgeview Chiropractic Introduces Gentle Chiropractic Care with the new Activator V to Olathe, KS
Date:5/31/2013

Olathe, KS (PRWEB) May 31, 2013

Ridgeview Chiropractic Center is proud to announce their brand new location in Olathe, KS. Under the direction of Dr. Craig Koshlap, Ridgeview Chiropractic provides gentle Chiropractic care to those in pain as well as those who are looking to enhance their wellbeing.

Ridgeview Chiropractic is able to provide provides gentle Chiropractic care in part through its use of the Activator Methods Technique. This method utilizes a hand-held instrument to gently restore the proper position of any misaligned vertebra, thereby reducing nerve irritation and making the patient feel better. This is a very safe and effective way to be adjusted. The patient does not even hear any “cracking or popping”. Dr. Koshlap holds an advanced proficiency rating in the Activator Methods Technique. Dr. K (as patients affectionately call him) has helped people of all ages and occupations, from infants to senior citizens, from high school athletes to those stuck behind a computer all day.

“We are excited to introduce the new Activator V adjusting instrument to Kansas City. It is the most advanced and innovative chiropractic adjusting instrument available today.” stated Dr. Koshlap of Ridgeview Chiropractic. The Activator V uses solenoid technology to deliver the gentle thrust to realign the vertebra. This new development allows for better transmission into the tissues of the body.

In addition to Chiropractic care, Ridgeview Chiropractic also offers massage therapy. Through the highly certified Catlan Standlee, LMT Ridgeview is able to provide luxurious and relaxing swedish massages, as well as therapeutic, sports massage, prenatal massage, trigger point therapy, reflexology and myofascial release. Combined with Chiropractic adjustments, these tools allow Ridgeview to stand apart from its com
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