What Is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic Care is a non-invasive, hands-on health care discipline that focuses on the musculoskeletal system (muscles, bones, and joints).
Chiropractic treatments help to reduce pain, improve motion and to reinstate physical function.
Physical traumas such as motor vehicle accidents, work injuries or slip and falls can place a great deal of stress on the body causing unnecessary tension on the delicate structures of the nervous system.
Our devoted chiropractors use different approaches including manual therapy, stretching, strengthening exercises, heat/cold therapy, chiropractic adjustments and electrotherapy to restore your pre-injury health status.
Although chiropractic treatments are commonly used to relieve back and neck pain, it will also benefit to decrease stress, relieve muscle tension, reduce headaches as well as leg pain, knee pain, shoulder and elbow pain. The treatment you will receive will depend on your health history, nature of your injury and current health condition.
Our chiropractors will design a care program tailored to suit your needs and assist you in reaching your health goals in a timely manner providing a diagnosis, treatment and preventative care for many conditions and ailments related to the spine, pelvis, nervous system and joints. They are evidence-based practitioners, relying on the current research to guide their treatment plans. They use Muscular Release Therapy, Acupuncture, Graston and manipulation as well as Activator, ultrasound, cold laser therapy, tens/IFC and custom orthotics when necessary.
Spinal manipulative therapy, or SMT, is one of the most commonly used therapies by chiropractors. Skilled and precise adjustments оf the vertebrae corrects joint motion to restore proper movement and improve functionality.
Soft Tissue Massage
Soft tissue massage directly affects muscle and other soft tissues of your body. It aims at your muscles, tendons, ligaments, or other connective tissue such as fascia.
Myofascial Release Therapy (MRT) is a highly specialized stretching technique that is applied to patients with various soft tissue issues. Unlike a massage, MRT equalizes muscle tension by releasing tightness and stretching the fascia of the muscles.