One of the primary techniques used by Doctors of The Therapy Center is "spinal adjustment,” also known as a "chiropractic adjustment.” In fact, chiropractors are renowned for performing spinal adjustments. The term "adjustment" refers to the physical adjustment of the spinal vertebrae. The goal of such spinal adjustment is to reduce vertebral subluxation and return the spine to a more natural state of health. The word subluxation is derived from the Latin term sub (less than or slight) and luxate (to dislocate or be misaligned). Accordingly, vertebral subluxation means the slight dislocation or misalignment of the spinal vertebrae.
Why Chiropractic Works
Depending on your condition, discomfort from a spinal adjustment is seldom felt. In fact, many patients have reported a sense of relief as a result of the chiropractic adjustment, which we see as a positive improvement in their symptoms shortly after receiving care. If discomfort arises, they pressure typically resolves within a matter of days under most circumstances. Optimal results are reliant on the patients’ conditions and a number of adjustments received over multiple chiropractic visits. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, the care plan may also include massage and functional restoration exercises.
Physical Therapy recognizes every injury is unique, and therefore offer a unique combination of excellent customer service, highly trained therapist and innovative evidence-based practice. The therapist spends your first visit, interviewing you, establishing goals, testing, and examining your condition and setting up a treatment plan. The therapist will teach you about your condition and explain to you what to expect in the recovery process.
Subsequent treatments sessions will work on fixing the injuries, movement disorders, and pain that brought you to the door in the first place. The therapist will utilize hands-on techniques to stretch and mobilize stiff, misaligned, and restricted areas of your body. Once mobility is improved, then exercises are used to improve strength, balance, and function. Injured athletes looking to return to sports do sports specific training under the supervision of Physical Therapist.
What is Physical Therapy
Massage Therapy is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries. Massage Therapy has three basic forms: pre-event massage, post-event massage, and maintenance message.
Expert Massage Therapist
Our therapists are hand-selected in person, demonstrating expert massage technique and a compassionate, healing touch.
WE PROVIDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING SERVICES
Chiropractors diagnose and treat health problems that affect the nerves, muscles, bones, and joints of the body.
Cold Laser Therapy or Low Level Laser Therapy ( LLLT ) is a treatment that utilizes specific wavelength of light to interact with tissue and is thought to help accelerate the healing process. It can be used to treat acute and chronic conditions to help eliminate pain, swelling and increase function. Some of the conditions that may typically be treated by cold laser therapy include:
- Arthritis pain
- Back pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Fibromyalgia pain
- Knee pain
- Neck pain
Intersegmental traction is an effective therapy that induces passive motion into the spine for the purpose of stretching spinal joints and increasing mobility.
Injury Rehabilitation is a collaborative goal to return you to the physical state that you were in, before your car accident occurred.
Physical therapy (PT) uses specially designed exercises and equipment to help patients regain and improve their physical abilities without the use of drugs or surgery.
Interferential current therapy is an effective therapy option used by many physical therapy clinics to relieve pain and accelerate the self-healing process, getting your body back to a healthy, pain free state.
Kinesio Taping is a definitive rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered within the clinical setting.
Cryotherapy, also known as cold or ice therapy uses low temperatures to decrease inflammation and pain.
Hydro Massage therapy uses warm water with wave-like massage which helps alleviate muscle soreness and soft tissue injuries. The Hydro Massage bed allows the patient to lay comfortably on a rubber barrier while water jets move up and down the body. This type of dry hydro massage provides a comfortable and relaxing therapeutic experience.