Therapeutic Exercise:

  • Exercises will be prescribed based on your phase of healing:
    • Acute phase: exercised based on making you more comfortable and alleviating pain.
    • Sub-Acute phase: exercises aimed at correcting imbalances and supporting adjustments made in the office.
    • Wellness phase: exercises aimed at maintaining your new healthy condition and preventing similar injuries in the future. 


Electro-Therapy:

  • Electrodes are placed on the skin and electric stimulation is applied.
  • We mainly use 2 types of current: Interferential and High Volt
  • Interferential is used to:
    • increase localized blood flow
    • act as an analgesic to reduce pain
    • reduce muscle inhibition
  • High Volt is used to:
    • decrease inflammation
    • speed tissue healing
    • decrease muscle spasms


Nutrition:

  • Utilized to improve your quality of life, improve your health, decrease pain, detoxify, and/or lose weight
  • You are what you eat!  We will evaluate your diet and make recommendations for improvement.
  • Nutritional prescriptions to fill gaps in your diet and/or treat specific conditions.
  • Proper nutrition can improve:

               Digestion                              Arthritis          Migraines
               Difficult Menopause      Fatigue             Bone strength
               Blood sugar                         PMS                   Immunity


Chiropractic Acupuncture:

  • Acupuncture is a health science which is used to treat both pain and dysfunction.
  • Needles are placed in the skin at various locations to relieve pain or  to affect a body part.
  • Early Chinese  physicians discovered an energy network just below the surface of the skin which communicates from the exterior to the internal organs.
  • Energy  works in harmony with the circulatory, nervous, muscular, digestive, genitourinary, and all other systems of the body.


Chiropractic:

  • Addresses the relationship between the structure of the spine and the function of the nervous system.  
  • Relies on hands-on procedures using touch (palpation) to determine structural and functional joint dysfunctions.  
  • A chiropractic adjustment is applied using hands or adjusting tools, with the aim of restoring motion and alignment to the spine and joints of the extremities.



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