Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician
This type of physician provides treatment to sports-related injuries and creates programs to help the athlete start their rehabilitation process.
This technique utilizes acupuncture needles to stimulate circulation, muscle relaxation, and to promote healing of the affected tissues.
This therapy includes techniques that relieve trigger points, increase range of motion, break up adhesions, and relieve pain. These include but are not limited to myofascial release, post-isometric release (PIR), massage and taping.
DNS Exercise Trainer
DNS stands for dynamic neuromuscular stabilization which utilizes exercises in developmental positions. These exercises activate specific muscles that stabilize joints in their most centrated form.
Chiropractic manipulation allows for a joint restriction release. These restrictions occur due to poor posture and muscle imbalances which the body attempts to stabilize by laying down scar tissue. By applying a manipulation or mobilization to the joint, we can free the joint in a way that could not be attained by the patient on their own or through exercise.
A method of diagnosing and therapy based on mechanical groups and subgroups. This utilizes repetitive movements to centralize a mechanical issue. The therapy and the exercise coincide, which allows the patient to perform therapy at home.