Diagnosis and hands-on treatment for mobilizing joints in order to restore normal function. The joint is mobilized by a spinal adjustment or manipulation which consists of a high velocity, short lever arm thrust applied to a vertebrae. The adjustment is often accompanied by an audible release of oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide from within the joint
Treatment used to address ligament, tendon, and connective tissue used to address ligament, tendon, and connective tissue components of pain by increasing the circulation of blood flood to the surrounding soft tissue.
Restoration of function and movement through cryotherapy, electrotherapy, and ultrasound.
- Cryotherapy- used to reduce swelling and to control pain after an injury.
- Electrotherapy- Light electrical impulses transmitted to specific areas of the body by way stimulation pads (electrodes) to decrease pain, inflammation, and muscle spasms. In some it can be utilized to prevent muscular atrophy (shrinking of the muscle).
- Ultrasound- A therapeutic form of deep heat therapy created by sound waves to decrease swelling, increase blood flow, decrease pain, stiffness, and muscle spasms.
Exercise and Posture?Individual tailored programs to optimize function, performance and spinal stability. Specific exercises prescribed based each individuals needs. The exercises prescribed often assist in decreasing pain, preventing muscular deterioration, and increasing the overall strength of the targeted muscles.
Some Conditions We Treat
- Auto Injuries??
- Work Injuries
- ?Rotator Cuff