We believe in a Balanced and holistic approach to treatment. The best outcomes may be achieved by a combination of treatment approaches like chiropractic, physical therapy, or massage.

Every condition or injury and patient has unique needs for treatment. Thus, we are here to critically think and determine the best course of care for each individual. After all, what good is treatment if it isn’t working towards your unique goals.

On day one, we work closely with each patient to gain full understanding of their underlying issues and health history. This allows us to determine the best treatments to get them on the path to recovery.

Common Treatment Techniques

Therapeutic exercise

A very useful tool! We use this with almost ever patient we see. This is the best type of treatment for almost every orthopedic condition. Working closely with a member of our team, a treatment plan will be created to progressively rehabilitate the injured tissue.

Manual Therapy

Includes soft tissue mobilization, adjustments or joint manipulation, and passive range of motion or stretching. Manual therapy can be extremely effective in reducing pain, increasing movement, and to allowing the patient to participate more fully in their rehabilitation with less discomfort.

Neuromuscular Re-education

Includes things like balance training, agility work, and plyometrics. Aims to improve signaling and accuracy from joint, tendon, and ligament sensors to the brain. This can help to make the injured area feel more stable and increase muscle activation.

Return to Sport and Functional Training

We will help break down a complex task into parts to help train patient to reach their goals. This allows for a step-by-step and safe return to function. By discharge, our goal is to help you become a better version of yourself.

Pain science education

Pain is an amazingly complex experience. We dedicate treatment time to help every patient understand and take control over their pain. This is especially helpful with patients experiencing chronic pain.

Specialty Treatments

Often, some conditions require a technique that requires further professional training to perform. We offer more specialized treatments to patients that may need them due to lack of progression with previous treatments or poor tolerance to our more common treatment techniques.

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