Dr. Orlasky began her education of chiropractic as a patient herself in her early 20’s and feels this is a blessing as this gives her personal insight to how her patients feel going through each step of their treatment; their concerns, fears and hopes.
Dr. Orlasky is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and the Acupuncture Society of America and completed a fellowship in acupuncture in 2003. She has been in practice for over 20 years, licensed in four states and has practiced in Australia and Ireland. She is a member of the North Carolina Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractic Association and supports the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research.
Dr. Orlasky continues her education in functional medicine and immunology studying the works of Dr. Datis Kharrazian, writer of “Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms, When All My Lab Tests Are Normal?”and “Why Isn’t My Brain Working?: A Revolutionary Understanding of Brain Decline On a personal note, Autoimmune Thyroid runs in her family, therefore she has extensive understanding of Thyroid disorders and treatment.
She is trained in many techniques: Diversified, Gonstead, Activator, Flexion Distraction Acupuncture and Electroacupuncture (no needles/great for kids), trigger point therapy, sports chiropractic and extremity adjusting.
Talks and screenings are given at the YMCA, local gyms, churches, schools and PTA for children’s backpack talks, and shows. Being a specialist at ergonomic consultation, she has worked with corporations to set up ergonomic workstations to lower workers injury rates.
One Day, One Of My Patients Said To Me…
“ I don’t know where I would be had I not met you” She lived in chronic pain and fatigue, gut issues, brain fog and lived on pills. Now her life is energetic and fun. Her family life is very different now. I love the challenge of finding the problem and caring for the patient by making their plan specific to them, instead of a “cookie cutter everyone gets the same plan approach”. People say, “Are you not tired after a long day”? Not really, I feel energized. I think it is really having such a strong purpose and good outcomes that fuel me. I consider myself very lucky.”