My name is ... Dr. Rosanne Dektor Parimuha

Nonforce chiropractor, Golden resident

Posted 9/26/16

In Golden to stay

My husband, Lee Parimuha, and I have been nonforce chiropractors since 1988. We had a practice in California for 17 years, then Lakewood for eight and now in Golden for two — and we’re going to stay here.

Our practice is …

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My name is ... Dr. Rosanne Dektor Parimuha

Nonforce chiropractor, Golden resident

Posted

In Golden to stay

My husband, Lee Parimuha, and I have been nonforce chiropractors since 1988. We had a practice in California for 17 years, then Lakewood for eight and now in Golden for two — and we’re going to stay here.

Our practice is called Nonforce Chiropractic Functional Medicine, and we’re located in downtown Golden at 10th and Ford streets.

I’ve lived in Golden since 2005. I’m grateful to be living here. I love Golden — it’s a great town. The quality of life is remarkable. You have access to so much here.

The health triad

When I was 45 years old, I suffered from a very bad back injury — I tore two disks in my back. I was in a lot of pain, and nobody could figure out what was wrong because the MRI was wrong.

It was a very stressful time in my life.

My husband and my mentor kept me from surgery and restored my abilities. The functional medicine really helped me. I started to come back structurally, but I also needed that. Functional medicine is personalized and it focuses on diet, nutrition and lifestyle. It’s a piece of the health triad — chemical, structural and mental and emotional.

No snapping, cracking or popping

Nonforce means there’s no snapping, cracking or popping. The main thing is that adjustments last longer and require less visits.

Sometimes, soft tissue work is needed and that’s when I step in.

In 2007, I started doing a new method taught to me by my mentor Dr. H.J. Kimura — who is now 92 years old. I use muscle testing to determine the cause of a problem — it’s finding and releasing adhesions, which is a fancy word for scar tissue. It’s different than massage in that it can go deeper than the surface.

We help people with resistant problems feel better. I’ve seen phenomenal results in different cases.

I love seeing the body’s miracles.

My name is, Dr. Rosanne Dektor Parimuha, Golden

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