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Chiropractic - The chiropractic adjustment facilitates nerve communication from the brain through the spinal column to the entire body including organs, bones, muscles, vessels, etc. Our highly trained doctors utilize nine different chiropractic adjusting techniques. This personalized approach means that your adjustments are as effective and comfortable as possible!
Rehabilitation and treatment of sports injuries - Adjustments, physical therapy, and acupuncture offer a balanced and synergistic approach to treating a wide variety of sports injuries ranging from strains and sprains to tendinitis. Chiropractic care, besides helping to speed the healing process of sports injuries, can also help maximize athletic performance.
Traditional and needle-free acupuncture - Acupuncture is a synergistic addition to the chiropractic adjustment which, when used in conjunction, serves to improve the patient's condition quicker. This lowers the overall cost to the patient both in money and time. Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years to effectively treat many conditions.
Intersegmental traction - Stimulates the acupuncture points of the back and mobilizes fixations within the spine, which improves disc health. This therapy stimulates proprioception in the paraspinal muscles, and also helps to relax these muscles to improve adjustment efficacy and duration.
Decompression therapy - This is a non-invasive treatment that uses a distraction force coupled with periods of relaxation to unload, or decompress, the spine by separating the vertebra. This allows nutrients to reach the disc and helps treat acute and chronic back pain associated with herniated, ruptured, bulging, or degenerated discs. Other conditions that may benefit from this treatment include spinal stenosis, facet syndromes, sciatica, and leg pain to name a few.
Gua Sha muscle therapy - Scar tissue can connect fascia to the muscle in areas where the fascia should slide freely across the muscle. This restriction decreases the range of motion in the area and increases pain due to altered biomechanics and nerve impingement. Gua Sha and other muscle work, combined with stretching, breaks up the scar tissue. This allows the muscles and fascia to move freely and decreases impingement on the nerves traveling through the muscle and increases range of motion. This directly improves rehabilitation time, athletic performance, and overall quality of life.
Kinesiotaping - Unlike traditional sport taping, which is used to stabilize joints and limit range of motion, kinesiotaping is a non-restrictive type of taping that still allows full range of motion while supporting muscles. Kinesiotaping has many functions such as reducing pain and inflammation, promoting correct muscle and joint function, and improving lymphatic drainage and circulation. It can relax tired or overused muscles and facilitate or stimulate weak and underused muscles to optimize athletic performance.
Physical therapy - Electrical muscle stimulation and other physical therapy services are provided as may be necessary to assist with the rehabilitation of an injury. Biofreeze Pain Relieving Gel and ThermoActive™ Cold and Hot Mobile Compression Therapy may also be utilized to assist with acute injuries, and these products are available for purchase at the clinic.
I know there is so much controversy between chiropractic and medical care, but if it were not for chiropractic I would still be in pain. A car accident left me with constant lower back pain. I tried everything from painkillers to preparing to have surgery. I heard stories from my friends who had surgery and to this day wish they never had it. So I decided to go to a chiropractor before the surgery and I am so thankful that I did. My back pains are gone and I am living my life to the fullest and pain free.
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