Chiropractic Care: Chiropractic adjustments are performed by applying gentle, yet firm pressure to a bone to make the neccessary correction in the spine. The goal of any adjustment is to restore the bone to its natural, or original, position & proper motion. The initial visit includes a thorough history and consultation, focused examination of your spine and/or extremities, any necessary imaging for proper diagnosis, and a report of findings with an associated prognosis. Read more about what to expect as a new patient.
Spinal Decompression: a non-surgical procedure that is effective for acute and reoccurring low back disc conditions. Indications include herniated or bulging discs as well as degenerative disc disease. Read more about, spinal decompression, a non-surgical approach to restoring disc health.
Acupuncture: helps with various chronic pain syndromes, sinus pressure and neurological symptoms. Acupuncture theory holds that energy conducted by meridians known to coordinate the balance between one's spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical state.
- Kinesiotaping: prescribed for various tissue injuries and pain relief.
- Myofascial Release: used for relief of trigger points and muscle spasms.
- Corrective Exercises: patients are often given simple yet effective therapeutic exercises in order to strengthen and stabilize areas of concern.
Physiotherapy Modalities: used for pain control and muscle spasms. Passive therapies are usually involved in the early treatment stages, especially right after an injury.
- Electrotherapy: eases muscles spasm and promotes healing. Electrotherapy is a pain management technique, and as such, is part of an overall chiropractic treatment regimen.
- Intersegmental Traction: in conjunction with the adjustment, helps restore motion and hydrate the spinal discs.