Low force gentle technique in which the table has cushions that are designed to absorb the force of the manipulation as opposed to the patient. Ideal for older patient or anyone who is opposed to manual manipulation.
The most commonly used technique used by the majority of chiropractors. This technique finds areas of joint fixation/pain and gently manually manipulates the area to restore joint mobility hence reducing pain, restoring joint mobility and reducing the chances of degenerative changes.
Is a manual chiropractic technique that was developed by an engineer. He considered a full spine approach in which if there is a problem in one area it can create compensation in another.
Device assisted manual manipulation technique. This is one of the most gentle manual therapy techniques. A handheld tool delivers a precise, reproducible force into a restricted joint to restore normal movement and function. People tend to call the device a “clicker” because of the noise it makes. Again an ideal technique for older patient or anyone who is opposed to manual manipulation.
Graston and Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR)
This is a more advance approach for treatments of scar tissue involved in old and chronic injuries. This technique uses beveled steel tools to release and break existing adhesions/scar tissue from old injuries or surgeries.
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• Minimal downtime for significant results
Manual message technique created by an Italian physiotherapist that focuses on adhesions in the connective tissue (deep fascia) which restricts movement/gliding of the tissues. This is a functional techinique which is focus on improving specific body movements which are experiencing pain/restriction. By releasing any deep adhesions in the fascia one can quickly gain increase pain free range of motion.
Our massage therapist is fully trained with a sports degree in NMT (neuromuscular therapy). This technique was created in Europe and brought the United State in 1996 with the introduction of the NMT certification. This type of therapy deals with not only the muscular system but also referral of pain via the nervous system (trigger points). By releasing key point the referral patterns will be decreased.