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Myofascial Release or manual therapy is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the muscle and connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.
The treatment of physical dysfunction or injury by the use of rehabilitative, therapeutic exercises and the application of modalities that are intended to regain or improve normal function.
A therapeutic procedure performed by a chiropractor using a manually applied, controlled force into joints. The purpose of manipulation is to: restore mobility, increase range of motion, improve nerve and joint function.
IFC is a type of e-stim machine that produces electrical currents that pass through the affected area of the body. The current penetrates deeper than other electrical modalities and has a number of effects that have therapeutic value, including: muscle relaxation and having a pain reducing analgesic effect.
Hot Moist Pack soaked in a warm water bath then is applied to the treatment area. The heat provided by the hot packs helps to decrease pain by relaxing tight, spasming muscles and increases circulation to help sweep out inflammation.
A rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered during your visit.
Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization allows us to detect and effectively treat areas of fibrosis or chronic inflammation to break down scar tissue and myofascial restrictions. IASTM is great for pre and post surgical rehab as well as chronic soft tissue dysfunctions to improve range of motion.
A trigger point (AKA muscle knots) are a very tender spots in the muscles. They can make themselves apparent as palpable knots or in tight bands of muscle fibers - which will cause shooting, referred pain in other areas of the body with applied pressure. Due to the tenderness of these sites, people often feel that the long lasting benefits of Trigger Point Therapy are worth the temporary pain they feel as a result of treatment.
These SOT wedges are used primarily for repositioning the pelvic area joints through targeted, sustained stretches to correct pelvic dysfunctions and "short legs".
Is a low force, chiropractic technique that creates a decompression and/or traction affect to help painful disc herniations, stenosis, and most other low back issues.
Muscle-Release Technique ("pin and stretch") is a specific movement based muscle therapy technique. This treats muscle and joint dysfunction from chronic injuries and overuse.
Rehab helps to strengthen and restore optimal function to people with injuries to the muscles, bones, tissues, and nervous system that aims to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to those with physical impairments or disabilities.
Ultrasound (deep heat treatment) utilizes sound waves to treat injured muscles, joints, and soft tissues by increasing blood flow, resulting in relaxing muscle spasms, repairing damaged tissue and speeding the healing process.
We provide complete care for workplace injuries to help employees recover and return to work with as few complications as fast as possible. We have extensive experience treating neck pain, back pain and other complications that arise from work-related injuries. Chiropractic care has proven very successful in helping workers comp patients achieve a full recovery and reduce pain.
Even a seemingly minor motor vehicle accident can put tremendous forces into the body and cause injuries such as whiplash with symptoms of pain, numbness, and tingling in the neck, head, upper back, and down the arms. Low back pain is common with car accidents as well.
Often the seriousness of the injury takes weeks to become apparent. For this reason, we recommend that drivers and occupants involved in a motor vehicle accident be examined as soon as possible after the accident to determine how their bodies have been affected by the collision even if they are not yet feeling much pain. If injury is found, a plan of corrective care will be made by the doctor to get the patient out of pain and back to their pre-accident functional status as soon as possible.