Chiropractic & ART

WHY CHOOSE OUR CHIROPRACTORS?

HANDS ON ONE ON ONE CARE

Our chiropractors provide one-on-one care that combines the most effective, hands-on treatment options.

WE TREAT THE ROOT CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM

We identify and treat the root of your problem so you experience a better recovery with longer lasting results.

SPORTS CHIROPRACTORS WITH EXTENSIVE TRAINING

Our chiropractors have completed a 2-year program of rigorous post graduate courses and exams to achieve the designation of Sports Chiropractor.

OUR CHIROPRACTORS USE A COMBINATION OF THE MOST EFFECTIVE AND UP TO DATE TREATMENT OPTIONS

Hands on Treatment, Active Release Therapy (ART®)

Acupuncture

Therapeutic Exercises

Shockwave, LASER & Electric Modalities

Performance Taping

Education About Your Problem

WE TREAT THE ROOT CAUSE OF YOUR PROBLEM

Our chiropractors have competed a rigorous 2-year program of post-graduate courses and exams to earn the designation of Sports Chiropractor. Sports chiropractors have a more in depth understanding of the biomechanics of various activities, sports and fitness activities, physical therapy modalities, bracing, and athletic taping (including kinesiotaping).

They treat all regions of the body, including sports and activity-related injuries incurred to the shoulders, knees, elbows, wrists, hands, feet and hips, as well as performance enhancement. This enables them to identify and treat the root of the problem to you experience a more complete and longer-lasting recovery.

COMMON CONDITIONS TREATED WITH CHIROPRACTIC

  • Rotator Cuff Injury
  • Sciatica
  • Neck & Low Back Pain
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Headaches & Neck Pain
  • Tennis & Golfer's Elbow
  • Postural Pain or Stiffness
  • Plantar Fasciitis

ACTIVE RELEASE THERAPY TECHNIQUES (ART®)

ART®, is a hands-on technique used by chiropractors to help restore range of motion, improve mobility and decrease pain. It is used to help break up scar tissue or adhesions in muscles, tendons and nerves resulting from injury, over use and poor posture.  The ART provider uses his or her hands to evaluate the tightness and movement of muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and nerves. Tissues are treated by applying precisely directed pressure during very specific patient movements that help to release tightness and improve range of motion.

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