Treatment Services Provided
Why Choose Conservative Chiropractic Care
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As Chiropractic Practitioners we identify, assess, and treat the body's structures and functional mobility using gentle hands-on approaches and movement evaluations.
Note: Not all patients are candidates nor are treated with spinal manipulation.
Chiropractic Manual Treatment Methods
As Chiropractic Practitioners we identify, assess and treat the body's structures and functional mobility using gentle, hand-on approaches and movement evaluations. (Note: Not all patients are treated with manipulation). We utilize two major treatment techniques:
Soft Tissue Manipulation:
We use soft tissue manipulation/stretching/mobilization in many different ways. In general, we use it to evaluate the condition of tissues and the quality of movement and then address it with the proper techniques. Fascia is tissue found in all parts of the body. It connects all of the body's structures at both the deep and superficial and deep levels. We evaluate the fascia and muscles to find areas of restriction, and then use soft tissues manipulation to make sure the length and tension of the fascia are properly functioning.
is a gentle, safe, non-surgical, doctor-controlled, hands-on spinal manipulation performed with the patient lying prone on The Cox's Table, a specifically designed chiropractic instrument. This table permits the effective administration of Flexion-Distraction and Decompression adjustment and manipulation.
The goal of the Cox's Technic is to restore function and help the spinal pain patient go from "Pain" to "No Pain" as quickly as possible following the "Rule of 50%" which governs the Cox Technic System of Spinal Pain Management.
Evidenced-based Cox Technic is appropriate for conditions causing low back pain and leg pain as well as neck pain and arm pain. It also reduces pain attributable to :
The technique has been found to:
We encourage our patients who suffer from neck and/or low back pain to participate actively with their own recovery by performing specific exercises, returning to daily activities as quickly as possible and being compliant with our prescribed recommendations. We will educate you and provide you with the "tools" needed to assist yourself in your recovery.
Of course, getting better is only the beginning, since future episodes of neck and low back pain are quite common to re-occur. Whether suffering from the first bout of neck or low back pain or following extensive treatments or even surgery, the best way for patients to avoid or minimize the severity of recurrences is to rehabilitate the spine through appropriate rehabilitative exercises.
Patients will be prescribed individualized exercise programs specifically tailored to their condition and beneficial to their recovery and allowing them to return to their normal lifestyle.
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