Chiropractic care is most often used to treat nervous system and musculoskeletal issues such as back pain, neck pain, joint pain and headaches. Our advanced chiropractic techniques are state-of-the-art with newer correction methods that are safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before. This approach is drug-free and involves hands-on care from certified physicians.
Diversified Chiropractic Techniques
Also known as DT, diversified techniques are the most commonly used form of adjustment. It involves a thrusting motion that realigns joints and restores proper range of motion.
This technique specifically treats lower back pain and conditions such as spinal stenosis and herniated discs. In treatment, the patient is faced down on a specialized table.
Only certified practitioners can perform this technique, which treats muscular and connective tissue issues. It involves utilizing six tools to detect adhesions in the muscles and tendons.
Performed with the patient lying face-up on a specialized table with vibrating motors, this treatment induces proper spine movements to increase blood flow and nutrition absorption.
This is a commonly used manual technique that provides therapeutic effects to joints. It is broken down into five grades depending on the motion of the procedure.
Physical therapy aims to manage and relieve pain. Through various techniques this is possible to address muscle, joint, connective tissue and bone pain.
Various exercises, braces and stretches are available to treat incorrect posture. Each patient's treatment plan varies depending on the severity of his or her posture.
Spinal Decompression and Biomechanics
Pressure is relieved from single or multiple pinching nerves in the spinal column. There are both surgical and non-invasive forms of this treatment.
The Webster Technique is a form of sacral adjustment used to facilitate a pregnant woman's pelvic alignment and nerve system function. It can also help prevent complications during labor, such as breech birth.