Dr Chamein Clark-Witter
DCPC, Dipl.Ac, FIAMA
Dr Chamein Clark-Witter obtained a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 2000. She began her practice in 2000, concentrating on the Palmer Package, activator, sacral-occipital (SOT), and manual therapy, which includes cupping, increasing blood flow, and decreasing scar tissue.
Along with her Chiropractic degree, Dr. Chamein studied Acupuncture from 2000-2004 earning certifications from the Fellowship International Academy of Medical Acupuncture and the Diplomat of Acupuncture.
“Chiropractic manipulation releases the nervous system allowing a positive recovery process, and improved recovery time.”
Specialty (Sacral-Occipital Technique) SOT
A chiropractic technique designed to reduce or eliminate pain or disorders in the cranium/head, spine, TMJ, neck, back and pelvis, extremities (foot, ankle, knee, and hip as well as hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder) and in specific cases improve organ function.
“More people have benefited from Acupuncture over the course of history than the combined total of all other healing sciences, both ancient and modern.”
Acupuncture treats both the pain and dysfunction in the body. Using the energy network traveling just below the surface of the skin which communicates from the exterior to the internal organs and structures of the body, harmony is restored to the circulatory, nervous, muscular, digestive, genitourinary and all other systems of the body. When this vital energy becomes blocked or weakened, an effect in a body system or anatomic location is evident. Stimulation of one or a combination of key “acupoints” on the body may restore harmony to the affected area. The human body’s energy flow courses over twelve meridians or channels that are normally well balanced. If a disruption of energy flow exists, it can alter the entire system, producing pain or symptoms in the body.
“It is Acupuncture’s goal to restore normalcy to the body’s energy balance by utilizing a combination of Acupoints located on the twelve meridians. This is accomplished by a variety of means, needles are just one treatment option.”