Dr. Cesar Hoed de Beche is a chiropractor in the Palmetto Bay area. A south Florida native, Dr. de Beche graduated from Christopher Columbus High School and later received his Bachelors in Communication, Theater performance, and Marketing from the University of Miami. Later in pursuit of his passion, he further enhanced his education by obtaining a Doctorate in Chiropractic medicine from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Dr. de Beche’s technique is unique but true to what Chiropractic is by definition in that the body works best when the nervous system is free of damaging interferences, which cause malfunction, symptoms and diseases, as well as a reduced quality of life. Dr. C, as he prefers to be named, mixes the instrument adjusting and the bone moving power techniques for those that are apprehensive of the force applied through regular chiropractic technique. He has applied this technique to newborns for wellness in order to complete the birthing process as well as ailing the elderly to relieve pain before passing on. He treats patients for chronic ailments, sports and accident related injuries. He also adjusts athletes in order to improve their performance and become top competitors in their levels as well as the more common weekend warriors. Dr. C’s philosophy is clear and simple to understand, “ I work on backs because the spine protects the nervous system, which controls your eleven systems, which control your organs, which control your body and its functions… So yes, Chiropractors…Me, I align the spine to fix the entire body not just your back”.
Another form of therapy Dr. C uses is auricular therapy, which is Auriculotherapy. This form of therapy stimulates the auricle of the external ear for the diagnosis and treatment of health conditions in other parts of the body. It is also known as ear acupuncture or auricular acupuncture when the stimulation is achieved by the insertion of acupuncture needles, whereas the term auriculotherapy often refers to electrical stimulation of the surface of ear reflex points. Specific points on the ear can also be stimulated by manual pressure, referred to as auricular acupressure or ear reflexology. Acupuncture points on the ear can also be stimulated with lasers, magnets, and ear pellets.