We provide effective patient care by incorporating hands-on manipulation and mobilization procedures with lifestyle counseling, nutritional advice, exercise protocols and modern physical therapy techniques. 

Spinal Manipulation

  • Manually applying a controlled force to joints that have become restricted in their movement as a result of a tissue injury, in order to restore joint mobility.               

– Joint mobilization and manipulation can be achieved in a variety ways. Our chiropractors have the training and expertise to assist you according to your specific needs.

 Active Release Therapy

  • A movement-based, deep hands-on soft tissue/myofascial therapy to treat muscles and joints (mostly achieved with the help of the patient’s active movement). 

Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

  • SFMA is a full-body movement evaluation which helps to pinpoint the root cause of dysfunctional movement, instability and motor control problems. 

Laser (Lightforce)

  • Photobiomodulation is a drug-free, surgery-free technique that uses a Class IV, high-intensity laser to treat acute and chronic conditions. Laser light therapy stimulates the production of ATP in the mitochondria of your cells to rapidly enhance tissue healing time, improve pain-free movement, and decrease inflammation. Results can take 3-5 treatments over a couple of weeks. This is NOT a cold laser or LLLT.

Graston Technique & Kinesio Taping

  • Graston Technique employs contoured metal tools applied to specific muscle groups with the goal of reducing scar tissue and speeding up the recovery time of soft-tissue injuries. Graston is commonly paired with Kinesio Taping; a rehabilitative taping technique that reduces pain, supports body structures, and actively promotes circulation and muscular re-education.


  • A concept that includes function and treatment of the kinetic chain while utilizing various forms of rehabilitation at the same time. It also incorporates treatment in the position of provocation (pain, loss of range of motion, feeling of tightness within the fascia/soft tissues) and during motion (from FAKTR website).

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

  • A non-invasive procedure using electrical impulses to stimulate muscles. The impulses mimic the action potential coming from the central nervous system, causing the muscles to contract. The electrodes are generally pads that adhere to the skin, and EMS machines are regulated by the FDA. This therapy is successfully used in rehabilitative treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, but it can also be used to retrain muscles to enhance muscular endurance and force production.

Rehabilitative Education & Movement Practice

  • Teaching you how to strengthen and/or relax specific muscle groups in an effort to reach a more efficient and pain-free state during activity and rest.

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