Examinations – focused or In-depth; neurological, orthopedic, physical, functional. Chiropractic Adjusting techniques – Diversified (also includes some Gonstead techniques,
Instrument adjusting, Drop Table adjusting). Both Light-force and Non-force techniques are utilized.
Chiropractic Manipulation –
Joint motion – Every moveable joint complex has a tremendous amount of nervous input and output. Joint alterations can be tracking disruptions, simple restrictions or subluxation complexes, each of which changes the function of local nerves and therefore causes symptoms, such as pain or muscle imballance. Correctly diagnosing what’s changed in the affected joints then leads to adjusting these structures back into a neutral position and/or motion. The nerves then get re-set back to normal function, which then tells your brain this area is normal again.
Soft Tissue Work – Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Release
Massage Therapies – Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Lymphatic
Soft tissues – Skin, muscles and connective tissue play a huge role in influencing the nervous system. Why? Because these tissues also have a tremendous amount of nerves associated with them. Pain, balance, pressure, tone, temperature – all this and more. Input & output! Working correctly with these systems is often an essential tool to restore good health (balance).
Rehabilitation – Chiropractic Biophysics, standard functional injury rehab.
Passive Therapies – Ultrasound, Interferential (EMS), Cold Laser, Traction.
Natural Remedies – Pain, Inflammation, Edema, Gastro-intestinal, Allergies.
Comprehensive laboratory work – Merkle panel used to assess all areas.