This is basically hands-on treatment on your body. For example, joint mobilizations to reduce stiffness and immobility throughout the body. Soft tissue release can be used to reduce muscle tension, trigger points, knots and general tightness. Lastly, nerve ‘flossing’ is a technique to help reduce irritation causing nerve pain in the body.
Specific exercises that will help you with physical rehabilitation or get you more fit. Depending on your condition, this may include exercises or movement that you should avoid, so that you will not cause re-injury.
Therapeutic ultrasound can be used to help break down scar tissue in old injuries or facilitate improved localized healing for recent injuries for instance.
The process of inserting very thin needles to specific points of the body. In addition to reducing pain, acupuncture can help with muscle tension, increase circulation and address with various conditions and ailments. There is no pain involved and no marks left after the treatment.
Another form of alternative medicine that involves suction cups to promote healing, remove toxins, increase relaxation and reduce muscular tension in the body. You may experience temporary, pain-free marks after the technique is performed. Read more here.
While comfortably positioned in a massage chair, different massage techniques are employed to help reduce muscular tightness, increase relaxation and manage stress.
Whether caused sports, car accident or a fall, it is very important to manage the symptoms after a head injury. A thorough assessment is conducted with a specialized grading tool to examine the severity of the concussion and how much rest is needed. Most it importantly, we can determine when it is safe to return to sport or activity.
This type of rehabilitation is for patients suffering from BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo). In addition to specialized maneuvers needed to help correct this, you will also need exercises to perform at home. We are also able to diagnose you if you are unsure that your dizziness/vertigo is due to BPPV. Read more about it here.
How Can WE Help You?
Our clinic treats various injuries and issues causing pain. If you have any of the conditions below, we can help!