A chiropractic adjustment is a non-invasive manual therapy procedure in which the chiropractor applies a force to a joint in a specific direction, speed and intensity. The primary goal of an adjustment is to decrease pain, increase motion in a joint and also decrease muscle tightness or spasm.
Graston technique is an innovative approach to the treatment of muscles, tendon and ligaments. The technique is performed with stainless steel instruments designed to detect and treat scar tissue build up or chronic inflammation. This technique helps to reduce pain and increase range of motion.
CUSTOM MADE ORTHOTICS
Prescription orthotics look similar to insoles but are custom made to correct your specific feet imbalances. Properly made orthotics help restore the normal balance and alignment of your body by gently bringing your feet back to a neutral position. Orthotics may help prevent and treat localized foot pain, bunions, hammer toes, arch pain, heel pain, leg pain, knee pain, hip or back pain. Orthotics are not all created equally; they should be adapted to your specific needs and feet problems.
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Naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary healthcare that addresses the root cause of illness, and promotes health and healing using natural therapies.
Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese medicine involving the insertion of needles into the skin at specific points on the body to achieve a therapeutic effect. This type of acupuncture is provided by Meghan DeSouza.
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture is designed by following evidence-based medicine and scientific knowledge about the treatment of pain and dysfunction.This version of acupuncture uses neurofunctional points, and has a heavy basis on muscular anatomy. This type of treatment can be combined with electroacupuncture as well. This type of acupuncture is provided by Dr. Sabine Anani, D.C.
The Webster technique is a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment to reduce the effects of joint dysfunction that is common during pregnancy. This type of care is gentle, safe, and effective to manage the joints, muscles, and ligaments of the body to aid in restoring proper biomechanics to the spine and pelvis for an optimal, natural, and pain-free pregnancy. Reducing the interference of tightened ligaments and restricted pelvic joints can also allow the growing baby to move freely into the best and safest position for birth.