We offer the latest services in chiropractic
We offer the latest services in chiropractic techniques including:
Cold Laser Therapy, Infrared Therapy, Shockwave Therapy, Auriculotherapy, Cellulite Treatment, Disk Decompression Therapy, etc.
1. Chiropractic Adjustment/Manipulation:
A therapeutic treatment to aid in the relief of pain and the promotion of soft tissue healing.
Furthermore, it causes stimulation of an innervated muscle to cause contraction, which helps force fluid out of the lymphatic and interstitial tissues thereby reducing edema. In addition, it also helps stimulate the release of endorphins, which are the body's natural painkillers.
A chiropractic therapeutic maneuver that utilizes controlled force, leverage, direction, amplitude, and velocity and which is directed at specific joints or anatomical regions. Chiropractors commonly use such procedures to influence joint and neurophysiologic function.
3. Myofascial Release Technique:
Relaxes overactive muscles in and helps stretch chronically shortened muscles.
Above all, it helps restore normal elasticity to the muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
4. Manual Traction:
Involves a force acting on a longitudinal axis to draw structures apart.
It induces passive motion into the spine for the purpose of stretching spinal joints and increasing mobility.
Sound vibrations penetrate the soft tissues deep in the body creating a heat response.
In other words, the vibrations and heat break down and disperse unhealthy calcium, adhesions, and other hard tissue accumulations within the muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
6. Microcurrent Therapy:
Uses extremely small amounts of electrical current to help relieve pain and heal soft tissues of the body. Injury to the body disrupts its normal electrical activity.
Microcurrent produces electrical signals like those naturally occurring when the body is repairing damaged tissues. By applying similar electrical currents, the healing process is enhanced.
Movement applied singularly or repetitively within or at the physiologic range of joint motion, without imparting a thrust or impulse, with the goal of restoring joint mobility.