Chiropractic Manipulation

Manipulation, or adjustment of the affected joints and tissues, restories mobility, alleviates pain and muscle tightness, and promotes healing. In the case that other medical conditions exist, chiropractic care may complement other medical treatments by relieving musculoskeletal conditions. Many patients visit chiropractors for relief from predominantly back pain. In fact, according to the American Chiropractic Association, more than 31 million Americans are experiencing lower back pain at any given time.

Physiotherapy

Laser Therapy:

Laser therapy has been shown to bio-stimulate tissue repair and growth. In general, it decreases inflammation and pain. When it comes to pain management, laser treatment has no known side effects and may provide dramatic results. Benefits include the following: improves and promotes healing, reduces pain and spasms, increases joint flexibility, reduces symptoms of osteoarthritis, improves peripheral microcirculation, detoxifies and eliminates trigger points.

Ultrasound Therapy:

Ultrasound therapy is a high-frequency sound wave treatment to reduce pain. It is used to treat musculoskeletal injuries, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and other conditions. Ultrasound waves help to stimulate the healing process without causing irritation and increased metabolism and blood circulation, which helps to control chronic inflammation and swelling for pain management.

Spinal Decompression:

Spinal decompression is a non-invasive procedure that was developed to treat spinal diseases, including lower back and neck pain caused by disc herniation and degenerative diseases. The process is effective in relieving pain by enlarging the intervertebral spaces, reducing herniation, strengthening outer ligaments to realign herniated areas, and reversing high intradiscal pressure through the application of negative pressure.

Infrared Heat Therapy:

Infrared therapy effectively helps to increase blood circulation without straining the body’s vascular system. It also stimulates the production of collagen and penetrates deep into the soft tissues, making it an ideal treatment for arthritis pain. By using infrared heat, as opposed to more traditional heating methods, it enables the heat to penetrate deeper into the body without skin discomfort or heating pads, hot towels, or pain relief gels or creams.