Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Services

Focused on treating spinal and musculoskeletal problems

Chiropractic &

Focused on treating spinal and musculoskeletal problems

Inter-Segmental Traction

Intermittent traction places a gentle stretch on the spine to separate the vertebrae and relieve the stress on the discs between the vertebrae. The stretching effect exerted on the discs creates a sucking action and allows the disc to absorb more blood and healing nutrients allowing it to heal more quickly.

Electric Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

Electric stimulation is used primarily for the relief of pain and muscle relaxation in acute conditions. When applied to the muscles adjacent to the spine, the vertebrae are allowed to move more freely thus helping to relieve pain and nerve irritation. This type of therapy is also used to maintain muscle integrity in case of nerve injury.

Therapeutic Ultrasound

This modality uses sound waves at high frequencies to aid the healing process in areas of injury. By creating deep tissue heat, reducing swelling, and breaking up toxic waste product accumulation, ultrasound relives pain and promotes rapid healing.


Is the use of ice packs for acute injuries to help in the reduction of swelling and bruising as well as pain management.

Neck and Core Strengthening Exercises

Isometric and isotonic exercise are done to strengthen the neck and spinal musculature to help support and maintain the natural curvatures, increase strength, and flexibility.

Moist Heat

A therapy that helps to increase the circulation to the affected area relaxing the muscles and relieving the pain without dehydrating the body.

Cervical Traction

Cervical traction helps “open up” disc spaces to alleviate radicular symptoms by “flattening” bulging or herniated discs and reduces pressure on the nerves. It can also help relax the cervical musculature to alleviate pain and stiffness while increasing flexibility.

Low Level Laser Therapy

Is a treatment that works at the cellular level by increasing the production of ATP (cellular energy) which speeds up the healing process of the injured tissue. It helps in re-establishing the ideal frequency of each individual cell in the affected area, devitalizes pathogens in the system, removes energy blockages through depolarization and detoxifies the body by moving lymphatic, circulatory and fluid systems in the body.

Combo Therapy

Combo therapy is composed of electric muscle stimulation and ultrasound therapy given simultaneously using the same device. This helps reduce pain, muscle spasms, and swelling while at the same time aiding the healing process.

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy helps break up fibrotic tissue caused by muscle scarring and decrease tissue tone, while reducing trigger points and muscle spasms using different massage techniques.

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Work (IASTM)

Instrument assisted soft tissue work is performed using a specialized tool to “scrape” the skin in the direction of the involved muscle fiber. It helps break up fibrotic tissue caused by muscle scarring. This allows for increased range of motion and flexibility on the treatment area.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping is performed on the area of complaint using silicone or plastic cups that suction the skin, fascia, and muscles. It allows for increased blood flow on the affected region while releasing fascia and muscle adhesions that may be contributing to muscle spasms. It also improves lymphatic drainage and release of trigger points.


This technique is used to increase proprioception, improve stability, increase lymphatic drainage, and re-train the involved musculature. It is done by placing a sports tape-band cut with a specific pattern along the musculature you would like to stabilize, train, or area you would like to drain, to decrease swelling.

Paraffin Therapy

Paraffin baths are performed by submerging the affected regions in heated paraffin until the area is fully covered and then left on the area for its beneficial purposes. It is a form of heat therapy that increases blood flow, relaxes the involved musculature to reduce muscle spasms and inflammation, and decreases joint stiffness.

Joint Mobilization

Joint mobilization entitles the movement of a joint in all ranges of motions to reduce tissue adhesions after trauma or surgery. This technique is done while the patient is in a position where the doctor or therapist can passively move their joints to prevent loss of motion due to fibrotic tissue caused by scarring after trauma.