- Various Traction Techniques
- Relaxation Massage
- Chiropractic Manipulation Therapy
- Electric Muscle Stimulation
- Physical Therapy
- Holistic Health Patient Classes
- Massage Therapy
- Therapeutic Ultrasound
- Nutritional Counseling
Low Back Pain Low back pain can be caused by many things, but is most commonly triggered by deteriorations of the discs and tissue of the lower back. This can be cased by age, sport injuries, over straining, car accidents, etc.
Neck and Shoulder Pain Neck and shoulder pains can be caused by many things, but it is most common in people with poor posture, muscle strains, injuries/trauma (car accident, sports injury, etc.).
Herniated Discs Herniated discs is a spinal injury where one or more spinal discs bulge from the spine. It is commonly caused from aging, lifting injuries, car accidents, and over straining.
Cervicogenic Injuries Cervicogenic pain is discomfort at the top of your neck/base of your skull which can be caused when your spine is placed under excess stress.
Whiplash Injuries Whiplash is a common term used to describe a sudden acceleration or deceleration movement which injures soft tissues and bone. Most people with whiplash suffer from stiffness, headaches, muscle pain, and dizziness.
Radiculitis (Radiating) Radiculitis pain is caused by irritation of a nerve at the spinal column. Radiating pain is most common in people who have arm/leg/hand pain from a back injury.
Scoliosis Scoliosis is the abnormal curvature of the spine. It is not uncommon for a spine to have a slight curve, but when the curve is too severe it can cause spinal problems.
Referred Pain Syndrome Referred pain is when a non-injured part of your body hurts due to an injury at another location.
Chronic Pain Syndrome Chronic Pain Syndrome is when you have a pain that lasts longer than the expected healing time for an injury. An example would be a continuous pain/discomfort that lasts 3+ months.
Work and Sports Injuries It is not uncommon to develop an injury at work or when being active. These injuries can be caused by under-stretching, unexpected sudden movements, over-lifting, or over exertion.
Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia is described as long-term pain, discomfort, or tenderness with multiple joints, tendons, muscles, and other soft tissues of the body.
Degenerative Discs Degenerative Discs is the normal degeneration of your spinal discs due to age, stress, and use.
Degenerative Joints Degenerative joints is pain, stiffness, tenderness, or locking associated with joints.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is numbness, pain, weakness, and/or tingling of the forearm/wrist which is caused by increased pressure on the median nerve and tendons of the arm.
TMJ Dysfunctions TMJ is the pain and dysfunction of the jaw joints. The most common symptoms include pain and noises cause by the movement of the jaw.
Leg Length Discrepancies This is a term used to describe different lengths between a person's legs. If the difference is too severe, it can lead to back issues.
Migraine Headaches A Migraine Headache is a type of headache which leads to additional symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and severe sensitivity to light.
What are the benefits?
With the combination of a quiet atmosphere and peaceful music, massage therapy can be quite relaxing. It relieves pain caused by stiffness and trigger points within the muscle. It increases circulation and blood flow, allowing the body to more effectively flush wastes out of the muscles and other tissues. Chiropractic and Massage Therapy work well together because as the Chiropractor fixes spinal and / or pelvic joint dysfunction, the Massage Therapist works on the muscles connected to the joints, assisting in creating a healthy movement of the body. If a joint is out of alignment it will pull the muscles along with it and conversely if the muscles are contracted and stiff, they can keep the joint stuck. Together, Massage Therapy and Chiropractic provide a well-rounded treatment to musculoskeletal problems and can be a beneficial way to help you heal and get out of pain.