Chiropractors specialize in the practice of manipulative therapy (also referred to as "adjustments") of the spine and extremities. Chiropractic manipulative therapy’s benefits can include decreased pain and increased range of motion, as well as improvement in the function of the circulatory, immune, digestive and nervous system. Chiropractors may also utilize therapeutic massage, rehabilitative exercises, physical therapy modalities, and nutritional recommendations in their approach to patient care.
No general screening test is more efficient, effective and affordable than a comprehensive blood chemistry panel. It allows the healthcare provider to establish a baseline of biomarkers to track your health and nutritional needs. A Science Based Nutrition™ (SBN) analysis report will make recommendations that start with a foundational whole foods diet, exercise and fluid intake goals. It will further expand dietary recommendations with more specificity as dictated by the patient’s test results and will include a summary of supplement recommendations based upon the patient’s test results, gender, weight and severity of condition.
Massage is the practice of soft tissue manipulation. The benefits of massage therapy may include increased blood circulation, reduced swelling, relaxed muscles, decreased pain and improved range of motion. Chiropractic myofascial massage techniques may be combined with active or passive stretching. Licensed massage therapists offer massage techniques that perfectly complement chiropractic care.
Psychotherapy is essentially a carefully-tailored series of conversations between therapist and client, the goal of which is the improvement in emotional and psychological well-being of the client. Good therapy is a collaboration between therapist and client; it ultimately provides release and relief by tapping into previously unavailable resources for healing. In this way, the capacity for creative thought and action is renewed, and new skills are easier to learn.