Patient education is an integral part of your chiropractic care. The more you know about your body and how it functions the greater your results will be.
Below is a partial list of the therapeutic methods used in the management of your subluxations.
Ergonomically designed to support your neck in a proper position while you sleep, cradling your head, neck and shoulders. Providing a comfortable restful sleep.
EXERCISE BALLS VESTIBULAR BALLS RESISTANCE BANDS
A fun and easy way to increase strength, endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination. Impact free.
Intersegmental traction mobilizes the spinal column while simultaneously and gently stretching ligaments and muscles. Intersegmental traction increases blood and nerve flow to the discs, ligaments and muscles, thereby improving mobility and reducing pain.
Muscles extend, contract and move through a normal physiologic range. However, when muscles over-contract, over-extend beyond the normal physiologic range they become swollen, inflamed, fatigued and the normal space between the muscle and nerve is broken. Kinesio/sports taping allows the injured muscle to return to normal physiologic function while supporting the muscle through a free range of motion.
Ergonomically designed to support your back in a proper position while you sit. Reducing strain on the delicate spinal nerves and intervertebral discs. Great for the office, travel and at home.
Therapeutic lasers work by stimulating a cell’s innate metabolism. Injured cells respond to a specific power density (mW) and dose (J/cm2), turning on or off, the dysfunctional tissue cell to return it to, or maintain its, cellular homeostasis. Four distinct biochemical effects occur when using laser; increased ATP and protein synthesis, pain relief, mitigation of the inflammatory response, direct trigger point/acupressure point stimulation.
The spinal corrective weighting system reflexly corrects posture in three dimensions as the weights stimulate your nervous system.
WHOLE BODY VIBRATION
Whole body vibration is a neuromuscular training method using a low to moderate stimulus to improve balance, coordination, muscle strength, power and flexibility, increase protection against injury, and reduce pain.