Services & Techniques

Chiropractic Adjustments

Not all of our patients are candidates for a chiropractic adjustment. However, in many cases utilizing the benefits of chiropractic adjustments result in quicker recovery times along with improved long-term outcomes. We provide advanced spinal correction and adjustments utilizing “state of the art” chiropractic techniques.  Many of the newest chiropractic techniques are actually safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before.

Massage Therapy

Each massage therapy plan is tailored to the patient’s specific condition or injury. Licensed massage therapists use a number of techniques including trigger point massage. Trigger point massage therapy is specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. The benefits include increased blood circulation, a localized reduction in swelling and the relaxation of muscles further along with a reduction in muscle pain and spasms, increase a patient’s range of motion, while also aiding in a patient’s recovery.

 

Physical Rehab

In addition to Hands-on therapy, we employ treatments such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation and mechanical traction to restore muscle and joint function and to reduce physical pain resulting from a work or auto injury. The use of ice and heat in conjunction with stretching and strengthening programs are also beneficial to the treatment of patients involved in work accidents or auto-related injuries.

Medical Evaluation

Patients visit with one the medical doctors on staff to discuss the patient’s condition, as well given a medical evaluation. Some patients involved in workplace or auto injuries find relief by temporarily using prescription medicine during the early phases of their recovery. Our experienced medical team is there to provide care and work with patients to facilitate the process of healing.

Digital X-Ray

To see is to know, not to see is to guess. Because this is true, we utilize on-site Digital X-ray equipment. Digital X-ray systems provide an improved picture with greater resolution, along with image enhancement abilities. This way, our doctors are getting the best view of the patient’s condition. It happens to be convenient for patients, too. With none of the wait time associated with processing traditional films, patient’s X-rays are able to be viewed by doctors and patients faster.

Medical Evaluation

 

Patients visit with one the medical doctors on staff to discuss the patient’s condition, as well as given a medical evaluation. Some patients involved in workplace or auto injuries find relief by temporarily using prescription medicine during the early phases of their recovery. Our experienced medical team is there to provide care and work with patients to facilitate the process of healing.

Outpatient Physical Therapy

What Is Outpatient Physical Therapy?

 An outpatient is a patient who receives medical care without being admitted to a hospital. Outpatient appointments often include physical therapy,  called “PT” for short. Outpatient physical therapy consists of a series of visits to a clinic in a hospital or to a stand-alone facility separate from a hospital. If physical therapy is recommended by your doctor, a therapist will start by assessing your mobility, balance, posture and how well you can walk or climb steps. From there, your therapist will develop a plan to ease symptoms and help you regain functionality or mobility.  Physical therapists provide treatment for those who are experiencing pain or difficulty in functioning, moving or living life normally. 

You will receive a comprehensive physical therapy evaluation during your first appointment. The evaluation begins with obtaining a history of your injury and how it affects your daily activities, work, and recreation. In addition, the physical therapist will assess your level of conditioning as well as nerve, muscle, and joint function.

The therapist will evaluate your posture, strength, flexibility and endurance. Treatment plans focus on your goals and restoring functional activities. Depending on your needs, treatment may include mobilization of joints, muscles and connective tissue. Other treatments may include heat, ice, ultrasound, muscle stimulation and traction, therapeutic exercise, manual therapy or tender point dry needling.

In most cases, patients receive an exercise program designed to meet their specific needs on the first treatment visit following . Your treatment will conclude with instruction in self-management strategies that will help you prevent further injury to your neck or back.

Digital X-Ray

To see is to know and not to see is to guess. We won’t guess about your health and because this is true, we utilize on-site Digital X-ray equipment. Digital X-ray systems provide an improved picture with greater resolution, along with image enhancement abilities. This way, our doctors are getting the best view of the patient’s condition. It happens to be convenient for patients, too. With none of the wait time associated with processing traditional films, patient’s X-rays are able to be viewed by doctors and patients faster.

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