Our team understands the stress and pain patients are in following personal injury accidents. We analyze, diagnose, and create an individualized treatment plan for your injuries. We will thoroughly explain your treatment and update your insurance agency and/or attorney on your behalf.
Chronic pain can stem from poor posture, arthritis, spinal disorders, bodily injuries and many other things. Pain is considered chronic if it last for 3 months or more. Chiropractic care can help to alleviate acute and chronic symptoms,as well as correct underlying segmental dysfunction.
Most work injuries are caused by overuse and repetitive stress injuries. Overtime, small tasks done with poor posture can lead to acute and chronic pain, which can result in reduced worker productivity, lost time from work, disability, and an inability to perform job tasks.
Children also need chiropractic care, especially while they are still developing and growing. Common conditions that children have such as ear infections, asthma, scoliosis can stem from spinal dysfunction. With chiropractic care, we can help set them on the right track for proper alignment in their spine to reduce the possibility of illnesses.
We can offer recommendations for supplements, dietary changes and support.
Kinesiology tape works by moving skin away from the muscles to increase blood flow and circulation. It is used to reduce pain, muscle fatigue, and swelling & inflammation. In addition, it helps support your muscles which can in turn improve muscle tone. This kind of taping is non-restrictive and allows for full range of motion. It can be used for conditions such as headaches, neck pain, back pain, knee conditions, tennis elbow, shoulder conditions, plantar fasciitis and many others.
Involves the use of the Activator Adjusting Instrument that provides consistent mechanical low-force, high speed input to the body.
Adjustments of the spine that uses the force of a chiropractor's hands without the aid of instruments. Extremity adjusting can also be performed. This involves adjusting joints other than the ones in the spine, such as the jaw, ribs, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, fingers, hip, knee, ankle, foot and toes.
A type of headpiece on a chiropractic treatment table that can be adjusted to various heights based on the amount of tension in the neck. Thereby, delivering a force to adjust the cervical spine.
This is considered a light force technique that utilizes drops on the chiropractic table to help make the adjustment. This technique can be used on the whole body, cervical region, thoracic region, lumbar region, sacral region and extremities.
SOT uses triangular-shaped blocks usually placed under the pelvis of the prone patient to treat problems identified in the low back. SOT uses low force and slow pressure adjustments to address joint problems identified in the skull. The technique may be used as an exclusive treatment technique or as an adjunct method of patient management.
A quick thrust and release to the upper cervical vertebra, the recoil is to allow the vertebra to oscillate into its proper position.
Involves the application of Interferential (IFC) muscle stimulation or Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) to the skin. Both types of electro-stimulation cause the release of GABA neurotransmitters, which help decrease pain and speed healing.
Specific strengthening exercises are prescribed for patients with back, neck and extremity problems. In addition, corrective exercises help to restore muscular imbalances, postural issues, and abnormal movement patterns.
This type of therapy involves using hot or cold temperatures to alleviate pain, reduce myospasms, and increase circulation. Typically thermotherapy uses moist heat packs to relax the muscles and increase circulation. On the other hand, cryotherapy uses ice packs products such as BIOFREEZE to relieve pain.
A form of soft tissue therapy which includes structural assessments and manual massage techniques for stretching the fascia (connective tissue) and releasing bonds between fascia, integument, muscles, and bones. This technique allows the connective tissue fibers to reorganize themselves into a more flexible, functional fashion.
Trigger points (specific points of pain in the skeletal muscle) are identified and can be treated, with a variety of therapies such as massage, vibrations, electrostimulation and stretching.
Ultrasound is applied using a round-headed wand or probe that is put in direct contact with the patients skin. Ultrasound gel is used on all surfaces of the head in order to reduce friction and assist in the transmission of the ultrasound waves. The sound waves that pass through the skin cause a vibration of the local tissues.