“Now the real treasure…is never far away; it is not to be sought in any distant region; it lies in the innermost recess of our own home, that is to say, our innermost being.” —Heinrich Zimmer
Manual Spinal & Extremity Manipulation
Treatment of spinal and extremity joint pain and malposition through the application of direct pressure or force applied by the doctor.
Spinal Traction & Distraction
The use of traction devices to open the spaces between vertebrae. These techniques are helpful to relieve pressure on nerves or joints caused by discs, injury or arthritic changes.
Soft Tissue Manipulation
The use of massage-type techniques to reduce areas of tension caused by scar tissue, spasm, adhesions and trigger points.
Spine and Extremity Bracing & Taping
The use of orthopedic braces or taping techniques to help support injured joints, muscles and ligaments.
The use of a hydrotherapy bed to help relax sore muscles and promote healing. The bed pumps warm water in various patterns to help alleviate muscle soreness and tension while promoting relaxation and flexibility.
Tempromandibular Joint (TMJ)
Treatment (manual and soft tissue) of jaw joints to reduce jaw pain, chewing discomfort, headaches, face pain, and other symptoms of jaw joint inflammation.
Device Assisted Manipulation (Activator)
The use of an instrument instead of the doctor’s hands to manipulate spinal and extremity joints. This is often used for fragile or sensitive patients.
IASTM Technique- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Modality (Graston)
IASTM instruments allows for improved precision in the treatment of fascial restriction and fibrotic/scar tissue
and are a valuable diagnostic tool to quickly “scan” or evaluate a patient’s soft tissue quality and determine its contribution to a patient’s current symptoms or injury risk factor.
Instruction and counseling in holistic nutritional practices and the use of vitamins and natural products for optimum health.
Instruction in stretching and exercise techniques to address specific injuries and biomechanical deficiencies of the spine and extremities.
Spinal and Posture Screenings
Spinal and posture screenings can help you by locating where your posture is incorrect. Common posture problems include head forward, rounded shoulders and sway-back. Our spinal screening can help diagnose abnormal spinal curves, like scoliosis. Once we have a detailed analysis of your posture and spine, we will recommend certain lifestyle changes and exercises to help correct your posture.