Todd Molski, who renamed his McKinney practice as FreedomHealth Centers as part of a series of changes, demonstrates a physical therapy technique used on patients. (Photos by Karen Chaney/Community Impact Newspaper)
FreedomHealth Centers Chiropractor integrates, grows practice T oddMolski, a chiropractor, BY KAREN CHANEY
weight loss andmassage therapy. “It’s the best thing I ever did in terms of practice because it’s what I envision practice is—multiple types of providers working together to help the patient.” Many patients who come in with back, neck or knee pain ind the underlying cause lies in their gut, he said. “The root of their problem is SAD and SAL—standard American diet and stan- dard American lifestyle,”Molski said. “It’s what causes almost everything to be a problem.” His practice sees patients whose ages range fromnewborn babies to people over 90 years old. He and his sta treat newborns who have reux, colic and constipation. They also treat athletes, student athletes and thosewith degen- erative and chronic issues. “We want patients to stick around because they’ve invested in getting themselves better and then they maintain it,” Molski said. “Health isn’t a destination; you want to keep yourself healthy.”
said he hadmultiple reasons for choosing FreedomHealth Centers as the name of his practice. One reason is patriotism, he said. The other reason, he explained, is medical in nature. “If you don’t have your health, you’re really not free—you’re bound by your disease, and that’s not good,” he said. Molski earned his doctor of chiro- practic degree in 1998 fromLogan University in St. Louis, Missouri. He worked for other doctors for four years. In 2002 he opened his own practice, Molski Chiropractic, inMcKinney. In 2007, hemoved his oce to the current location, and in 2012 his practice underwent substantial adjustments. In addition to the name change, Molski integrated the oce by adding a teamof professionals and signicantly increasing the oce space. The team is comprised of professionals in chiro- practic, physical medicine, physical rehab, regenerativemedicine, nutrition,
FreedomHealth Centers uses this contour light therapy equipment in treating some patients, owner Todd Molski said.
TOP TREATMENTS Below are the top three conditions treated at Freedom Health Centers.
SPINAL CARE Who: people
KNEE ISSUES Who: people with degenerative knees or those trying to avoid surgery
NEUROPATHY Who: people experiencing pain, numbness and tingling into their hands or feet and/or loss of feeling in their feet
with neck pain, back pain, headaches, sciatica, numbness and tingling
Duration of treatment varies from a few weeks to over a year.
FreedomHealth Centers 2709 Virginia Parkway, McKinney 972-542-3300 www.freedomhealthcenters.com Appointment times: Mon.-Thu. 9 a.m.- noon, 3-6:30 p.m.; closed Fri.-Sun.
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MCKINNEY EDITION • JANUARY 2022
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