A combination of treatments, customized to the patient, designed for alleviation of headaches deriving from muscular tension, neck dysfunction, TMJ dysfunction, and postural dysfunction. Sometimes dry needling is utilized (as shown).
A holistic combination of treatments, customized to the patient, designed for attaining the maximum level of function for any level of the spine (neck, mid-back, low back, pelvis).
Use of available and appropriate treatment tools to rehabilitate a patient from an orthopedic or neurological surgery.
Use of available and appropriate interventions (exercise, massage, dry needling, etc.) to aid athletes in returning to sport. (See other available services).
Balance exercises performed on surfaces of varying difficulty and at desired speeds. Plyometrics are sometimes incorporated into balance activities.
Application of high frequency sound waves primarily used for heating of collagen based structures (ligaments or tendons) in order to increase extensibility. Sometimes used for anti-inflammation.
Certified specialists provide customized treatments for the correction of balance and/or vertigo dysfunctions related to the inner ear.
Highly specialized and individualized treatment to restore balance, gaze stability, focus, gait, and mood in the concussed patient. In the case of athletes, rehabilitation follows return to play protocols in order to safely return the athlete to sport.
Safe and proven method of “popping” joints of the spine with minimal movement and physical stress. Not appropriate for all patients, in which case more gentle spinal mobilization techniques are used.
A well studied, safe, and proven treatment for painful and tense muscles using acupuncture needles. Particularly beneficial for back, neck, headache, plantar fascia, shoulder, arm, and leg pain.
Application of gentle forces through hands on treatment for increased mobility of the spine.
Decompressing the spine with therapist applied pull, which is better than traction machines for immediate response to patient needs and applying pull in whatever direction provides relief.
Hands-on massage-like techniques used to alleviate muscular tightness and/or pain. Also applicable to trigger points, and may be complimentary or used in place of dry needling.
A therapist uses a specialized tool to “massage” soft tissues. Proven to be more effective than human hands on some areas, and sometimes more comfortable for extremely sensitive areas.
Strengthening and/or stretching exercises prescribed specifically for improving a patient’s ability to perform desired tasks and/or decrease pain.
Focused and skilled massage for pain relief and relaxation. This frequently accompanies spinal decompression therapies and dry needling.
Controlled application of a specific mild electrical currents through electrical pads and/or needles (depending of desired purpose) in order to provide pain relief and/or muscle contraction.