Magnolia Wellness and Injury Specialists was founded in 2019 by Dr. Quannesha Trimble. Dr. Q has had the pleasure of working in various Chiropractic disciplines from Wellness to Personal Injury. She has been in the Chiropractic field since 2015 and is passionate about helping her patients achieve optimum health through specific, Chiropractic treatments.
Her preference of patient care involves stretching, trigger point therapy, and adjusting patients using Full Spine, Activator and Thompson techniques to help her patients achieve the best possible results. Dr. Q’s typical patient base includes: pediatrics, pregnant women, young adults, athletes, and geriatrics. She describes her adjustments as very thorough and prides herself on taking her time with each patient. Her motto is, “Changing Lives By Correcting One Spine At A Time.”
In her spare time, Dr. Q enjoys travelling, playing tennis, watching her favorite team play football (Dallas Cowboys), spending time with her parents, husband and sorority sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha.
Low back pain is the most common condition leading to disability among working men and women under the age of forty-five. It’s a global epidemic and a major factor in the ongoing opioid crisis – but Magnolia Wellness & Injury can help.
Achilles Tendonitis is most commonly found in individuals aged 30-40, with 90% of these cases occurring during sport/exercise. It’s most frequently brought on by excessive physical training (in particular running or lunging) or by wearing inappropriate footwear while training.
Sciatica pain is a symptom of an underlying condition; not a diagnosis in and of itself. A number of common lower back problems can cause sciatica.
Drop foot (or foot drop) is a general term in which the lifting of the forefoot (front part of the foot) is difficult. Drop foot is not a diagnosis in and of itself; rather, it is a symptom associated with an underlying neurological, muscular or anatomical problem, including nerve or muscle injury or disorder or a brain/spinal cord disorder, including Herniated disc, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, and Vertebral Fractures. Walking Is made difficult, so the foot might drag on the floor.
Do you have a sharp pain in your heel when you get out of bed in the morning? When you take a step, does it feel like someone is jabbing a knife in your heel? If so, you might have a heel spur.
In most cases, treating your hip is more likely to be successful when the focus is on restoring balanced function in the entire body—starting from the ground up—rather than simply reducing the pain and inflammation in the irritated tissues.
Having knee pain? Treating your knee is more likely to be successful when the focus is on restoring balanced function in the entire body—starting from the ground up—rather than simply reducing the pain and inflammation in the irritated tissues
Leg length inequality, or short leg, may affect as many as 60 to 90 percent of the population. Categorized as either functional or structural, both have profound effects on the body’s biomechanics and may result in back pain, the most common symptom.
Also known as “heel pain syndrome,” plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of foot pain, resulting from a gradual degeneration of the plantar fascia or sudden trauma to the area of the heel.
One of the most recognized and common running injuries is runner’s knee. But in fact, runner’s knee is not an injury in of itself. It’s a generally broad description of knee pain caused by other knee injuries, including iliotibial band syndrome, patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), and/or chondromalacia patella.