Methods

We will identify the root cause of your injury or complaint and develop a personal, customized treatment plan for achieving your physical goals.  We use advanced non-invasive techniques to accelerate your recovery which often include:

In addition to traditional chiropractic adjustments, we offer non-thrust techniques which are more gentle, to ensure proper alignment of joints

Active Release Technique (ART®): is a manual therapy technique that is effective in breaking up scar tissue and adhesions to restore full movement of your joints.  

Graston: instrument-assisted therapy applied on the fascia and tissues to break up adhesion build-up

Kinesio Taping: tape is applied strategically across specific muscles to provide support, cue your body, and improve circulation to facilitate recovery and improve performance

Therapeutic Exercises:  targeted exercises tailored for your specific injury and abilities to help you reach your goals and prevent re-injury

A system developed to improve active range of motion protect joints, and rehabilitate lost ranges of motion when reinforcing joints with the tissues and neurological system that controls them

Chiropractic adjustments

In addition to traditional chiropractic adjustments, we offer non-thrust techniques which are more gentle, to ensure proper alignment of joints

ART®

Active Release Technique (ART®): is a manual therapy technique that is effective in breaking up scar tissue and adhesions to restore full movement of your joints.  

Graston

Graston: instrument-assisted therapy applied on the fascia and tissues to break up adhesion build-up

Kinesio Taping

Kinesio Taping: tape is applied strategically across specific muscles to provide support, cue your body, and improve circulation to facilitate recovery and improve performance

Therapeutic Exercises

Therapeutic Exercises:  targeted exercises tailored for your specific injury and abilities to help you reach your goals and prevent re-injury

Functional Range Conditioning

A system developed to improve active range of motion protect joints, and rehabilitate lost ranges of motion when reinforcing joints with the tissues and neurological system that controls them