Chiropractic care is non-invasive care, based on solid scientific approaches to a wide variety of ailments. Doctors of Chiropractic complete four years of intensive study at accredited chiropractic college. During those four years they spend more than an 1000 hours a year in the classroom and laboratory, learning the structure, functions, and diseases of the human body, including anatomy, human dissection, biochemistry, and physiology, radiology, and various therapeutic techniques.
Decompression therapy is an FDA-approved method of relieving pain and disability by repairing damaged spinal discs and reversing nerve degradation. Following examination by the chiropractor, a device gently distracts (pulls very slightly apart) your spinal discs. This decompression of the discs lets oxygen and blood flow into affected areas to speed up healing and relieve pain.
Use of Kinesio® Taping creates a totally new approach to treating nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments and organs, and is based on the body’s own natural healing process. Kinesio® Taping gives support and stability to your joints and muscles without affecting circulation and range of motion. It is also used for Preventive Maintenance, Edema, and Pain Management.
Trigger points are areas of tenderness in a muscle. Trigger point therapy involves the application of pressure to these painful, tender areas in order to relieve their pain and dysfunction as well as pain in other parts of the body. Sometimes massage and trigger point therapy are applied together. Theoretically, active trigger points cause muscle pain which passes pain and tenderness to other parts of the body when pressed
Our foods have become less than optimal, but we have progressed in the ability to test for nutritional deficiencies and toxicities. In 15 minutes we can do urine and saliva test with a minimum cost to determine what your body needs.Conditions like food allergies, fatigue, depression, anxiety, blood pressure and cholesterol problems can be significantly changed for the better just by changing dietary habits and adding the right nutritional supplements.
Massage therapy is the systematized manipulation of soft tissues for the purpose of normalizing them. Practitioners use a variety of physical methods including applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, or causing movement to the body. Therapists primarily use their hands, but may also use their forearms, elbows, or feet. The basic goal of massage therapy is to help the body heal itself and to increase health and well-being.
The treatment of physical dysfunction or injury by the use of therapeutic exercise and the application of modalities, intended to restore or facilitate normal function or development.