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A chiropractic adjustment, also known as manual manipulation, is a therapeutic treatment for musculoskeletal pain. During an adjustment, a chiropractor will apply force to the vertebrae or joints that have abnormal movement patterns. The adjustment is typically paired with other techniques and rehab to ensure long lasting effects.
Spinal Decompression is a non-surgical treatment that gently stretches the spine using a specialized traction table. During treatment, the table slowly takes pressure off the injured area by decompressing and lengthening the spine. This can be helpful for disc herniations or arthritic joints in the neck and low back.
KinesioTape is an elastic tape used to support healthy movement without restricting or limiting range of motion. It is used to treat pain and disability from athletic injuries and promote better movement mechanics.
Pre-fabricated and custom orthotics are designed to help you move more comfortably and more efficiently. They are engineered to support the architectural structure of your feed and are customized to flex while you walk, making long days living on man-made surfaces more comfortable.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is a relatively new trend in soft tissue techniques. Although it may look scary, it can be a relatively gentle technique to help with immediate changes in range of motion and pain. This therapy specifically is helpful with muscle and fascial injuries.
The K-Laser Class IV theraputic laser delivers specific red and near-infrared wavelengths of laser light to induce a photochemical reaction and theraputic effect. Physiological effects include increase circulation, reduced inflammation, pain reduction, and enhanced tissue healing.
MRT is a soft tissue technique that combines manipulation and movement of a specific muscle to promote a decrease in pain and increase in range of motion.
Dry needling or trigger point dry needling, uses a thin filament needle to stimulate muscle tissue. It has a mechanical, chemical, and electrical effect on the muscle and can be used in combination with electrical stimulation to promote healing and reduce tension within the tissue.