Spinal manipulation:
-This process is performed on the spinal articulations. This technique is used to increase joint mobility, stimulate tissue regeneration, and enhance postural alignment. A few benefits of spinal manipulations are decreased recovery time for severe injuries, increase range in motion, and decrease musculoskeletal pain.

Electrical Muscle Stimulation:
-This is a type of chiropractic physiotherapy which is beneficial for reducing pain, increasing blood flow into the injured area, and increasing healing. Low-level electrical currents are used to stimulate muscles, forcing them to contract. This process is used to decrease Inflammation, decrease pain, as a rehabilitation tool to decrease muscle atrophy, increase strength, and a post exercise recovery tool for athletes.

Extremity Manipulation:
– Performed to joints including the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hips, knees, and ankles. Manipulation to these areas are reserved for individuals with an injury to a specific joint. These manipulations are also used to promote joint mobility, stimulate tissue regeneration, and enhance postural alignment. Benefits include relief of musculoskeletal pain, decreased recovery time with acute injuries, and increase in range of motion. This technique can mobilize the muscles and joints that may be contributing to musculoskeletal issues.

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (Graston Technique):
-The Graston technique enables clinicians to effectively break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions. The technique utilizes specially designed stainless steel instruments to specifically detect and effectively treat areas exhibiting soft tissue fibrosis or chronic inflammation. This technique:
-Decreases overall time of treatment
-Fosters faster rehabilitation/recovery
-Reduces need for anti-inflammatory medication
-Resolves chronic conditions thought to be permanent

Myofascial Release:
Myofascial release (MFR) therapy focuses on releasing muscular shortness and tightness. This technique is used to equalize muscle tension throughout the body. Myofascial Release is stretching of the fascia combined with pressure to the muscle, tendon, or ligament. Progress is measured by a decrease in the patient’s pain and by an improvement in overall posture. This process is used to treat back pain, Carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic cervical pain, complex pain complaints, dizziness/ vertigo, fibromyalgia, fibrositis, headache, myofascial pain dysfunction, plantar fasciitis, post-Polio symptoms, thoracic outlet syndrome, TMJ dysfunction, trigger points/tender points, and whiplash.

Nutritional and Supplement Counseling:
IDLife is a premier health and wellness company offering world-class energy, weight-loss, nutrition, and sports performance products. Start your IDLife Experience by taking the confidential IDAssessment. Your answers will generate a report with scientifically backed supplement recommendations, creating your very own customized vitamin program. Click on IDLife to get started!

Physical Medicine and Rehab:
-Physical therapy that includes a combination of joint range of motion, muscle/soft tissue flexibility, muscle/soft tissue strengthening.

Rock Tape / Kinesiology Taping:
Kinesiology tape offers structural/muscle support and joint stability. Therapeutic kinesiology tape does not affect the range of motion. This type of tape can be used to prevent injuries and relieve pain.

Used for:
-Achilles tendonitis
-Plantar fasciitis
-Jumpers knee (PFS)
-ACL/MCL issues
-Rotator cuff
-Groin and hamstring pulls
-Lower back issues
-Shin splints
-Tennis and golf elbow
-Pain associated with pregnancy
-Postural correction

Durable Medical Equipment:
Durable Medical Equipment (DME) is a broad term used to describe any type of device that is primarily used for a medical purpose. In addition, DME is designed for repeated use, and is appropriate for use in your home. Lastly, DME is not useful to an individual in the absence of injury or illness.