Treatment at our clinic is different. Movement is our primary medicine and allows the quickest solution to chronic pain and acute injuries with very high success rates.
We use a clinical auditing process to efficiently identify what the real problem is, then find a movement that can create immediate positive change. Once you regularly do the movements, the difference is obvious to both the clinician and you immediately. This also helps us to show you that you can create positive change to your health and that we are just helping you teach your body to move better.
After we have created positive results with movement, we enhance those results by addressing the actual structure of the body. The body has a lot of different physical systems. You don’t need to know them all, but we do, and we have lots of ways to work with them. Sometimes we use our tools, sometimes we use our hands, and sometimes we use traditional physical therapy modalities. Our most common technique is Body Tempering, a cutting edge system of strength preparation. Regardless, the end goal is the same. Improve function, decrease pain, speed up healing.
Chiropractic can be an amazing tool. Most people associate chiropractic care with the low back, and there is a good reason for that. Many studies have shown that chiropractic care is safer, cheaper, and more effective for low back pain than many alternatives. But many people don’t realize that the principles of chiropractic can be applied to any area of the body. Our concept is that chiropractic is the direct and safe manipulation of any part of the body to improve its function. It can literally be applied head to toe. Generally, this is done to joints due to their ability to affect motion and the nervous system so powerfully. Because of the ability to affect and regulate the nervous system, chiropractic care can be a great solution for chronic pain.
Breathing is the most direct way to decrease pain and improve function. It allows multiple systems of the body to return to balance and proper capacity.
Bracing is creating a stable system on which the body can attach movement. More importantly, it is the skill of being able to do this while breathing. Nearly all patients are unable to maintain midline stability while breathing upon initial evaluation.
Hinging creates the cornerstone of all motion. The screening is simple, sit in a chair without bending your back while keeping your feet flat on the ground. A small percentage of people can do this upon initial examination. This simple skill improves nearly all body pain.