SERVICES & TREATMENTS
Dry needling is a manual therapy technique in which fine needles are inserted into painful knots in the muscles, known as myofascial trigger points, as well as tendons, ligaments, or fascia.
The goal dry needling is to increase blood flow in an injured region to stimulate a healing response. This can help reduce the discomfort of painful musculoskeletal conditions.
Graston Technique is an instrument-assisted therapy that reduces inflammation and pain from conditions such as: patellar tendonitis, ankle sprains, meniscus injury, MCL sprain, runner's knee, and Achilles tendonitis.
We pair the Graston Technique with alignment therapy and dynamic taping for the most effective and efficient relief.
Kinesiology therapy is the practice of applying kinesiology tape; this super stretchy fabric uses a heat-activated adhesive to firmly secure to your skin.
This kinesiology tape lifts the skin and fascia away from the muscle, allowing increased blood flow and drainage of painful buildups of lactic acid and reduces inflammation and pain.
Cupping is a technique that creates suction and negative pressure, which can encourage blood flow, loosen muscles, and quiet the nervous system.
Cupping is used to treat neck and back pain, sore muscles, fatigue, anxiety, migraines, and more.
Dynamic Taping is very different from Kinesiology Taping. Dynamic Tape functions like a spring to aggressively decelerate or assist motion to improve movement patterns.
This deceleration and assistance can help to alleviate injured or overworked structures like a muscle strain, ankle sprain, tennis elbow, or plantar fasciitis. It can also assist where weakness is present. Effects can be immediate and observable.
Spinal adjustments, or spinal manipulations, are the backbone of any quality chiropractic service. Spinal adjustments are a skilled manipulation that provides mobility to the spinal joints.
Chiropractic adjustments can reduce chronic pain and alleviate tension on the nervous system.
Extremity adjustments involve any joints outside the spine. This includes hips, knees, ribs, shoulders, elbows, hands, feet, and TMJ.
Extremity adjustments can help maintain alignment and achieve proper form during physical activity, and can reduce pain in the joints and extremities.