•Numbness & Tingling
•Spinal Compression Syndrome
Gentle, 'hands-on' manipulation also known as the chiropractic adjustment.
Vertebrae that are locked cause unlocked vertebrae to glide improperly and overwork.
Over-worked vertebrae develop mechanical osteoarthritis, inflammation and nerve root pressure... which all create pain.
Acupuncture is used for the relief of pain and the treatment of disease.
It is a technique of inserting and manipulating tiny (hair like) needles into "acupuncture points".
Points are located along special pathways over the surface of the body. Each acupuncture point has a specific treatment purpose. Acupuncture restores and re-balances the bodies electrical energy system. This restores health and eliminates pain.
The Antalgic-Trak Spinal Decompression System reduces pressures on bulging and herniated discs.
Disc injuries come from many activities including sports, work and auto accidents. They can also be injured by pulling, pushing, lifting, or twisting.
Bulging or herniated discs exert pressure on nerves causing intense pain.
Spinal decompression helps by opening up the spaces between your vertebrae. This reduces the compressions on your disc and nerves which alleviates pain.
This system was invented by Dr. Bass and is the only one cleared by the FDA to provide both spinal decompression and postural accommodation positioning.
Class 4 Laser Therapy
Diathermy (therapeutic microwave)
Electrical Muscle Stimulation
Acoustic Shock Wave
BIO-PUNCTURE / Ozone
Bio-Puncture: The injection of homeopathic solutions, vitamins and other natural solutions into various acupuncture points and areas of pain. This stimulates healing and function.
Prolozone: The injection of Ozone gas into the body to stimulate the healing of damaged tissues including joints, tendons, ligament and nerves.
Proliferation therapy, Prolotherapy: The injection of dextrose into areas of instability, such as joints, tendons and ligaments. The dextrose causes a micro-irratation. This action thickens the unstable tissues thus improving stability and function.
As you progress through your care, we can enhance your recovery by stimulating your body's ability to heal its injured tissues. Massage helps us to do this. In other words, if we are treating you for a disc problem in your neck, we can improve your recovery by stimulating and enhancing the circulation of the involved area. We also want to reduce any local muscle spasms and swelling as well as soften conditional adhesions.