Chiropractic adjustments are used to restore motion to joints that have lost their full range of motion due to poor posture, trauma, or repetitive motions.
A technique used to improve pelvic balance of a pregnant woman to allow for the most ideal biomechanics in labor.
Exercises, stretches, and kinesiology taping are used to address poor posture often caused by cell phone usage or working at a desk job.
Electric stimulation blocks pain and helps with muscle spasm.
A soft tissue technique which breaks up scar tissue that has formed in tight muscles while stretching the muscle, this improves muscle tone while also improving mobility.
Corrective exercises are used to address muscular imbalances and prevent re-injury.
Chiropractic adjustments, rehab exercises, and stretching are used to improve a mother's alignment, strengthen the core and deal with pregnancy induced changes in weight and center of gravity.
Kinesiology tape has many uses, such as improving injury healing time, postural re-education, decreasing swelling/edema, and supporting injuries.
A metal tool is used to break up scar tissues and knots that have formed in muscles and other soft tissues, this encourages blood flow to the area as well as improved muscle tone.
Another form of chiropractic manipulation that is more gentle than traditional chiropractic adjustments.