Other Clinic Services
Chiropractic Care & Rolfing
AOMA is also proud to be the home office for renowned chiropractor Mike Bandy, DC as well as Certified Advanced Rolfer & Rolf Movement Instructor Brian Beard. New patient paperwork is currently not available online for these practitioners.
Dr. Bandy takes appointments Monday through Friday. Initial visits are about one hour and the cost is $150. Follow up visits are about 30 minutes and the cost is $75.
In addition to traditional chiropractic treatments, Dr. Bandy also uses Applied Kinesiology. AK is a form of evaluation using muscle testing as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person’s body is functioning. AK is used in addition to standard diagnostics to help determine the cause of a health problem. When properly applied, the outcome of an AK evaluation will determine the best form of therapy for the patient. Since AK draws together the core elements of many complementary therapies, it provides an interdisciplinary approach to healthcare. Dr. Bandy also specializes in working with neurological disorders, allergies, and sports injuries. He is especially interested in helping people who have suffered from concussions and strokes. Dr. Bandy has been practicing in AOMA’s Professional Clinic since 2000.
Brian Beard takes appointments Monday through Saturday and now practices at 2304 Hancock Dr. #6. AOMA still handles scheduling for Brian Beard. Initial visits are $150 and follow up visits are $125.
Brian Beard is a Certified Advanced Rolfer who has been practicing since 1995. In addition to working with adults, Brian is one of a handful of Rolfers who also works with infants and children. Brian takes appointments Monday through Saturday. The first session takes approximately 1 ½ hours. Rolfing Structural Integration is a system of bodywork & movement education that organizes the whole body in gravity. Rolfing has an unequaled and unexpected ability to dramatically alter a person’s posture and structure. Structural Integration differs from chiropractic treatments in that it works with the connective tissue and myfascial structures to reorganize the body to a more integrated state. People seek Rolfing as a way to improve performance in their professional and daily activities.