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We provide advanced spinal adjusting using Impulse adjusting instruments and spinal curve correction with CBP® traction to restore the spine’s optimal shape. These new techniques of adjusting combined with curve correction have made massive improvements to the safety, comfort, and effectiveness of chiropractic treatment. Also, we have specialists in both pediatric and pregnancy care on staff.
Are you experiencing a chronic issue that just seems to always come back? Many times this is related to spinal curve deformities that weaken the spine, put stress on the nerves, and make the area more prone to injury. If ignored, these type of issues usually worsen over time, becoming more frequent and severe. In order to correct these problems, instead of only masking the associated symptoms, we utilize various techniques within chiropractic biophysics depending on what exactly is distorted or out of alignment.
This is like getting braces; it retrains the spine to be properly aligned, reducing stress, balancing the center of gravity, and improving the response to chiropractic adjustments.
Go here to learn more about the correction techniques we use: Chiropractic Biophysics
We provide screenings on occasion at community events, health fairs and places of employment.
Patients in our practice are often given exercises designed to help strengthen and correct their postural problems or injuries. Exercises can be performed in the comfort of your own home and can improve the effectiveness of your spinal correction by as much as 30-40%. In addition to skeletal misalignment, muscles and connective tissues can be out of place, strained, or have abnormal tension due to daily stresses and use. The goal here is to return to a healthy state as well as improve biomechanics to prevent further injury.
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)
Cold laser therapy is a method of speeding up the healing of nerves, muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, bone, and skin. The laser works via a process in the body called photobiology, and is completely painless.
When the cells in an area of the body are actively working to heal and repair, they need a great deal of energy. By stimulating the cells with specific light frequencies, the mitochondria (a cell’s energy factory) are sped up, producing more adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Having more energy available allows your natural healing process to act faster and more effectively. It is also possible to stimulate the function of immune cells in the case of having a cold or the flu.
It is most useful in improving the healing response of soft tissue injuries, joint injuries, and inflammation, particularly during times of illness or when healing after surgery.
Our goal is to help every patient achieve and maintain a lifestyle full of the activities they enjoy most—and to be able to continue this for years to come. Many people experience mild issues that keep coming back repeatedly over the years, and slowly worsen over time. In these cases it is very important to coach our patients in changing their form, posture, technique, or activities in order to address the cause. Listening to the body’s warning signal and removing these unnecessary stresses—before they build up and become serious problems, can make a world of difference over years and a lifetime.
We provide specific recommendations on nutritional supplements and healthy food choices to accelerate and improve our patients’ return to optimal health. Do you know which supplements and vitamins are good for you? Not all supplements are created equal. Deficiencies often contribute to the health problems people experience, but many mass-market supplements do not provide the forms your body can actually absorb and use properly. Our doctors have been trained to know what to recommend and what forms it should be in.
We also provide Brainspan testing that both evaluates and provides nutritional guidance to improve the structural integrity of the brain, cognitive function, inflammation pathways, and Omega-3 ratios.
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