Chiropractic Care

Chiropractors focus on the health of the joints of the body, particularly the spine. Through a comprehensive set of hands on tests, our Chiropractors will determine which areas are not moving as well as they should, how this is affecting the overall function of the body, and if an irritation of a nerve is involved.

Chiropractic Adjustment

The main tool chiropractors use to correct spinal problems is the adjustment, also called spinal manipulation. Just like the many approaches to Massage Therapy, there are many different types of adjustments.  Our Chiropractors will determine which type of chiropractic adjustment is suitable for you based on your condition, your age and your personal preference.

The goal of the adjustment is to decrease pain, increase function, and get you moving and feeling your best.

Impulse Chiropractic Adjustment

The Impulse is an instrument used for patients who prefer a less physical adjustment without the traditional cavitation or “popping” sound often associated with an adjustment.

Treatment with the Impulse feels like a light tapping sensation on the area being treated.  Although the sensation is quite different from traditional chiropractic techniques, the goal is the same: Decrease pain, increase function, and get you moving and feeling your best.

Active Release Technique (A.R.T)®

A.R.T is a specific soft tissue technique commonly used in professional sports to effectively treat shoulder, knee, and back injuries. A.R.T uses active motion to lengthen muscle and fascia while scar tissue is broken down. The result is a decrease in pain and an increase in function of the treated soft tissues.

Although scar tissue can form in muscles from a sudden injury, more commonly it is created over time as a result of repetitive strain. This type of strain can include repeating motions like clicking a computer mouse and pedaling a bicycle OR maintaining the same posture for a long period of time, such as sitting at a computer.

A.R.T.® enables our Chiropractors to treat a variety of conditions beyond the spine, allowing them to take a full body approach to your health.

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