Chiropractic adjustments are made to joints of the body to relieve pain, improve function, and to help the body heal itself. Adjustments are safe and effective with minimal side effects. A variety of chiropractic adjusting techniques are utilized to enhance patient comfort while maximizing the adjustment’s healing effects.
Spinal rehabilitation involves using exercises to restore and maintain the body’s mobility, function, and well-being. Exercises are prescribed to correct posture, retrain biomechanics, and counseling on ergonomics.
Physiotherapy modalities such as electric muscle stimulation and therapeutic ultrasound are utilized to control inflammation, and to improve the healing of injured soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia).
Graston Technique is a form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that uses stainless steel tools to treat movement dysfunction caused by pain or changes to the soft tissue structures (muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia) by gently scraping along the skin.
Dry needling, also known as trigger point dry needling or intramuscular stimulation, is a form of acupuncture that uses solid filiform acupuncture needles to stimulate specific reactions in an area of skeletal muscle tissue called a myofascial trigger point, in order to alleviate pain.