A list of the services provided by our professionals.
Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) are spine and extremity specialists who diagnosis and treat patients with neuromusculoskeletal disorders and related clinical conditions including, but not limited to, back pain, neck pain, tendonitis, carpal tunnel, headaches and extremity conditions both acute and chronic in nature.
Movement and health reflect each other. When you can’t move properly, your overall health suffers and vice versa. Our physical therapy practice is one of the most progressive in the area, pioneering therapeutic practices to help you regain and recover. This approach is deliberate and different from the other Big Box Therapy Center in our area. There is a concentration on movement health and manual intervention to achieve better function, mitigate pain, prevent the preventable, optimize performance and promote wellness in a small private setting where you work with the doctor on each visit.We offer various types of Physical Therapy such as Concussion Therapy, Balance Therapy, Vestibular (Ear Crystal) Therapy, Pre & Post Surgical, Acute and Chronic Pain as well as Sports Injury and Functional Movement System Programs.
Our Licensed Massage Therapist use techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Hot Stone including our signature: “Fire & Ice” that combines hot stones with essential oils for a unique experience, trigger point techniques, myofascial release, cupping, Thai Massage, stretching, and spontaneous muscle release technique.
Each session is tailored to each client’s outcome goals and medical history.
According to traditional Chinese medical theory, acupuncture points are located on meridians, through which vital energy runs. This energy is known as “qi” or “chi.”
An acupuncturist will examine the patient and assess their condition, insert one or more thin, sterile needles, and offer advice on self-care or other complementary therapies, such as Chinese herbs.
The patient will be asked to lie down on their back, front, or one side, depending on where the needles are to be inserted. The acupuncturist should use single-use, disposable, sterile needles. As each needle is inserted, the patient may feel a very brief stinging or tingling sensation.
After the needle is inserted, there is occasionally a dull ache at the base of the needle that then subsides. Acupuncture is usually relatively painless.
Sometimes the needles are heated or stimulated with electricity after insertion.
The needles will stay in place for between 5 and 30 minutes.
The number of treatments needed depend on the individual. A person with a chronic condition may need one to two treatments a week over several months. An acute problem normally improves after 8 to 12 sessions.