The goal at any chiropractic or physical therapy clinic is get you feeling better. The plan is what makes us unique.
The plan is get you moving well
You have to be able to move well to feel good. Each phase of the plan builds on the one before. Here’s the formula:
The Source & The Cause
Before you can begin the repair process, you need to correctly diagnose the source of your pain. However, unless you’ve suffered trauma from an outside force (ie. car accident or football tackle) the most important part of your diagnosis is identifying the cause of your pain. Fix the source of the pain without fixing the cause and the pain comes back!
Pain Relief and Mobility
The REPAIR phase is focused on relieving pain and restoring normal mobility to the damaged parts. This is a passive phase – your job is mostly just to bring your body in for treatment and our expert providers do cool things to help your body repair faster. Most new injuries spend 1-2 weeks in the repair phase.
- Chiropractic Manipulation
- Therapeutic Massage
- Myofascial Release Techniques
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
- Kinesio Taping
- Lumbar Support Braces
- Therapeutic Ultrasound
- Interferential Current
- Non-Surgical Axial Spinal Decompression (Traction)
Efficient, Uncompensated Movement
Functional movement is movement that is controlled and efficiently transfers your energy to the intended goal. If your back and hips aren’t doing their part, you’ll end up throwing only with your arm – a sure recipe for shoulder and elbow problems.
- Functional Rehabilitation
- Custom Foot Orthotics
Will Your Body Last 100 Years?
You may or may not change the oil in your car every 3000 miles. We’re not judging. Either way, your car only has to last for ~10 years. Your body has to last a lot longer than that. Now that you’ve worked so hard to get your body up and running smoothly, it makes sense to keep it great shape. Why not live to 100 if you can be as active and fit as most 30 year olds?
- Sports Team Physicians
- Educational Presentations
Work & Car Accidents
Musculoskeletal Injuries (Muscle, Bone, & Joint Injuries)