Drop Table Adjusting, Grostic, SOT, NET, KST, Arthrostim Adjusting Tool.
GENTLE SPECIFIC CHIROPRACTIC
Expert Care to Improve Function: Although the body is designed to work perfectly, damage (whether traumatic or repetitive) to the spine can create stress to the nerves and interfere with the ideal function of the body. One of the worst types of damage/injury to the spine is called the vertebral subluxation, a misalignment of spinal bones which puts pressure on the nerves and nervous system. Research show that by correcting these misalignments/vertebral subluxations of the spine, the body can function more optimally.
Gentle and Specific: The techniques utilized in our office are specific chiropractic spinal adjustments. These adjustments are gentle forces (done by hand) that the body can utilize to allow the correction of vertebral subluxations. We utilize a number of neurological and brain function tests, pre and post, to determine the initial degree of damage to the nerve system compared to the amount of function that has been restored in response to care.
Shockwave Therapy is an effective modality that helps treat pathologies which cause pain and dysfunction. An effect that can be, what some patients have described as .... 'magical'.
Addressing all factors that lead to this tissue degeneration is important so that results are permanent. It is scientifically proven to be clinically effective in resolving and treating chronic conditions. This revolutionary new method provides non-surgical treatments of conditions that historically could only be resolved via surgical intervention.
BEMER VASCULAR THERAPY
The word BEMER stands for Bio-Electro-Magnetic-Energy-Regulation. BEMER is an FDA approved Physical Vascular Therapy device that utilizes a patented signal, carried by PEMF (Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field) to improve microcirculation, promoting blood flow in the smallest blood vessels. This improves the performance of the body's cells, which in turn favors the body's own self-healing mechanisms. BEMER’s effects have been studied since 1998 by organizations such as the International Prevention Organization and Institute for Microcirculation in Berlin, Germany.