Chiropractic Pain Treatments
Trigger Point & Myofascial Therapy
Chiropractic Spinal & Extremity Adjustments
Pregnancy (Webster Technique)
The Webster technique is a specialized Chiropractic technique performed by highly trained chiropractors for pregnant patients. This technique focuses on two ligaments, two bones and two muscles. Once these six structures are "released" the baby has room to drop into place ( preventing and helping with babies in breeched positions).
Active Release Therapy
SOT Therapy & Denneroll Traction Wedges
Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) Therapy aims to balance our structure and stabilize our pelvis. This helps to accelerate the healing process by stimulating the nervous system. SOT is believed to enhance balance, neurological integrity, and integrated function of the organ structure and neurological mechanism. Having said that, the chiropractor achieves all through functional chiropractic neurology and biomechanics, nutrition, soft tissue techniques, and the diagnosis and treatment of the craniosacral respiratory mechanism (CSRM). Denneroll blocks are neck foam wedge that helps to achieve a good neck curve
Craniosacral & TMJ Therapy
Craniosacral therapy is an effective treatment for conditions in babies and children, such as colic, reflux, irritability, plagiocephaly (flat head), and breastfeeding issues. It involves gentle corrections to the cranial bones of the skull and the sacrum in the lower back to relieve dural tension around the brain and spinal cord. The corrective therapy also includes gentle jaw adjustments and soft tissue therapy to treat temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction that causes jaw pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines, low back pain, and digestive problems.
Traction for Neck Pain & Low Back Pain
There are two types forms of spinal traction; manually or mechanically. The first uses bare hands to administer manual opposing stretching forces on muscles and joints to widen the space between the vertebrae in the lower back or neck. The latter makes use of pulleys, ropes, and slings to decompress vertebrae and discs and decrease muscle spasms and nerve irritation. As a result, lower back pain or discomfort is relieved in the process. Another form of traction uses a posture wedge or chiropracrtic neck wedge to get good alignment of the vertebrae.
This technique is used for joint injury prevention that most athletes commonly experience in the ankle, knee, and hand. Using adhesive tape decreases the likelihood
Nutrition, Diet & Exercises
Proper nutrition is essential to your health aiding in musculoskeletal healing. If you are seeking chiropractic care for an injury or just to maintain musculoskeletal health, proper nutrition helps assist in your recovery and wellbeing. Nutrition and chiropractic care go hand in hand so it is important to discuss this with your chiropractor. More often at times, a reduction in weight can take a significant amount of pressure off your spinal disc
Electrotherapy are a form of pain treatments that uses an electrical current to activate muscles and nerves. Through the skin, the electric stimulation is sent to block the pain signals delivered by damaged nerves or muscles to the brain. It provides a therapeutic effect to enhance the range of motion and alleviate your pain by penetrating tissue reducing its tightness.
Ultrasound therapy is known to stimulate local blood flow and aid in scar tissue breakdown by warming up the site of injury. Local blood flow can help reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation by delivering more nutrients to the infected area. This therapy is commonly used on sports injuries, acute problems, and selected chronic problems too.
Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical treatment for chronic tendon and muscle pain that has been clinically demonstrated to be highly successful and is an excellent complement to chiropractic treatment. Shockwaves are pressure waves introduced into the body for a therapeutic effect, improving your own body’s regenerative capabilities. Circulation at the target location quickly, breaking down fibrous scar tissue in the process. In many cases, shockwave therapy is a viable alternative to surgery.