Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression is a safe and effective way to treat cervical and lumbar disc related disorders of the spine. Through decompression, the cervical and lumbar area lengthens and separates the spinal vertebrae, using mild pulling and releasing motions to create negative pressure within the discs. This negative pressure reduces the bulge in herniations and reduces pressure on the nerve.

This gentle traction of the spine promotes the diffusion of oxygen, water and nutrient-rich fluids flow to the area and enable the disc fibers to initiate healing.

This treatment provides significant pain relief for patients experiencing, low back pain, neck pain, sciatica, degenerated discs, stenosis, disc protrusion, disc herniation, and more.

Spinal Adjustments

A spinal adjustment is a procedure in which a medical professional uses his/her hands, or a small instrument, to apply a controlled, sudden force to a spinal joint.

The goal of this procedure is to improve spinal motion and your body's physical function.

This manipulation of the spine is one of the safest, non-invasine treatments for complaints of pain or injuries involving muscles, ligaments and joints.

PTLMS "Pettibon Tendon Ligament Muscle Stimulator"

The PTLMS is a handheld instrument which delivers a specific percussive muscle treatment designed to relieve spasm, disperse toxic substances and decrease painful soft tissue fibrosis.

Using this tool helps to break up old scar tissue and allow the body to start the healing process, reduce inflammation, relieve muscle spasms and get rid of toxins in the body.

Electrical Stimulation

Electrical stimulation, also known as E-Stim, sends mild electrical pulses through the skin to help stimulate injured muscles or manipulate nerves to reduce pain.

There are two main types of E-Stim, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and electrical muscle stimulation (EMS)

TENS sends signals through nerve fibers to block or reduce pain signals traveling to the brain by placing electrodes on the skin near the source of the pain.

EMS uses a slightly stronger current to get muscles to contract and cause rhythmic contractions.

Vibration Therapy

Vibration therapies help to increase your range of motion and flexibility, decrease lactic acid in muscles, increase bone density, drain the lymphatic system and provide nerve stimulation to those who suffer from peripheral neuropathy.

We combine both state of the art machinery, vibration plates and equipment to help ease muscle tension, stimulate circulation and alleviate joint pain and swelling.

Massage Therapy
Wobble Chair
Ball Exercises
Lumbar / Cervical Traction
Weighted Exercises
Tubing Exercises
Neck Flexion
Stretching Techniques