Care that keeps you in mind
Our care takes your history seriously, and treats your whole self, not just parts. We take an approach that is designed to create slow, sustainable, safe changes, helping your brain and body unwind the effects of chronic, unresolved trauma gradually.
We know that people with neurodiversity (ADHD, ASD, anxiety, and more) experience the world differently from neurotypical people. Your brain works differently, and therefore your body works differently (your brain controls your body, of course it works differently). Our care approaches neurodivergent bodies with an understanding that different forces and different approaches are called for, and we customize your care based on what works for your body.
As a queer person, it’s important to me to serve and honor the experiences of others who’ve been on the margins. I’m especially dedicated to providing respectful safe healing space to queer and trans people, people with physical or neurological differences, and anyone who been harmed because of who they are or what they look like.*
*- as a white guy, I know that I don’t know what it’s like to be a person of color in America. I do know what it’s like to have trauma that the world keeps recreating. If our culture has injured you because of who you are, I welcome you to my practice.
Healing happens in Community
You’re sick and tired of managing.
You practice so much self-care you could be teaching classes. Or maybe you are teaching classes. And you’re still stuck, suffering, and feeling out of control of your body, your health, your life.
You’re smart, you’ve researched. You know your body and mind work together, and right now, one or the other (or both!) just aren’t working right.
You are not alone!
Whether you’ve tried chiropractic before, or are wondering if it’s right for you, Zoranovich Chiropractic offers you a different approach, by training your body and mind to work together better, and get back into self-healing mode, instead of stuck in the constant stress and struggle of managing symptoms, keeping them at bay, or just putting up with them.
Our approach is different
In our office you’ll be taught self-care tools and skills that really work to help shift your brain back into self-healing mode. You’ll be given support and care that goes beyond “did the joint crack?” and helps you create a new, more satisfying and meaningful story of your body (and your life.)
We all experience traumas and injuries. Your brain can keep protecting you from the Big Bad Stuff even after it’s over. That protection can feel like stress, fatigue, pain, digestive problems, or any number of other symptoms. If any of the following have happened to you, and you think these events are still affecting you, please come in and see us:
- Car/bike/motorcycle accident
- Sports or other injuries
- Developmental trauma
- Identity-based trauma (sexuality, gender, race, etc)
- Generational/inherited trauma (children of alcoholics, of holocaust survivors, etc)
- Bystander trauma (witnessing terrible events)
Be a part of a thriving community committed to health and growth
Our deepest healing happens in relationship and community. Whether it’s one part relating to another part in the community of our body, or your heart relating to someone else’s in a community of friends and family, it’s in relationship and in community that we find belonging, inspiration, and the encouragement that growth requires. Being part of a caring community that is focused on healing makes it easier to prioritize our own healing and growth. It’s easier to understand our struggles when we see others wrestling with the same problems, and easier to celebrate our victories when there’s someone who “gets it” to invite to the party.
A feeling of belonging in a community with similar goals (getting life feeling as awesome as possible as often as possible) and a shared vocabulary makes healing happen faster. Our healing community is active, lively, and committed to growing. Are you one of us?
Doctor Sam Z is dedicated to providing excellent care that changes the way our community thinks about our bodies and health.