What is K-Laser Therapy?
Laser Therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near-infrared) to stimulate the body's natural ability to heal. The effects of laser energy include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling. Click on the image below to see the K-Laser Patient Education Video.
What is PEMF Therapy?
(Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Frequency)
With over 40 years of clinical studies, the PEMF activates the body's chemistry to heal more rapidly. It restores the body's natural electro-magnetic energy by boosting cell metabolism, blood cell regeneration, improves circulation, increases oxygen carrying capacity and reduces inflammation. We utilize this therapy for pain management, circulation of blood and lymphatic vessels inflammation, tissue muscle flexibility, brain health and detoxification.
What is Vibration Therapy?
Neuromuscular re-education through vibration is used for the purpose of improving the level of communication between the body and the brain via the nervous system. This process is sometimes referred to as proprioceptor training. Proprioceptors are specialized sensory receptors on the nerve endings found in muscles, tendons, joints and inner ear. These receptors relay information through the central nervous system. Then, the transmitted information to the muscle, joints and connective tissue, enables the body to process information to stimuli and turn that information into action.
We use this therapy to enhance your body awareness and movement efficiency.
What is Decompression Therapy?
A relatively new chiropractic treatment, spinal decompression therapy has become an advanced, non-surgical tool in treating arm, leg, neck, and back pain associated with herniated and degenerative spinal disc disease. Whereas more traditional treatments can include drugs, difficult exercises, and even surgery. Spinal decompression therapy has been proven effective in treating a wide array of conditions, including sciatica, herniated discs, and more. Whether your pain is chronic or intermittent, we'll work with you to develop a treatment plan for long-term relief.