"Services" is an over-used word in this industry. Our service is making you better and changing your story - simple as that. We use a combination of the methods and techniques below as tools to do so. It's the experience you receive that sets us apart - we call our unique approach "The Kinetic Way".
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ART, Graston, kinesio tape, joint manipulation, sports chiropractic, selective functional & functional movement screens, cupping - these are the gold standards for treating athletes at the highest level including the NFL, MLB, NBA, PGA, World Cup, Olympics and Crossfit Games. We have learned and developed these skills and have packaged them to fit the need of each individual patient. We are chiropractors by trade, but the patient’s need dictates which tools we use, not the other way around.
Techniques & Methods
Referred to as the Gold Standard of soft tissue treatment, A.R.T. is widely used by elite teams/athletes and focuses on breaking up scar tissue as well as increasing muscle movement and range of motion.
Graston is a form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization therapy. Specialized tools are used to break up fascia and adhesions.
If you've never been taped up, you're missing out. Kinesio tape is great for injury rehabilitation as it increases blood flow and supports (or isolates muscles) without impinging range of motion and flexibility!
Actively restoring proper functional movement is key to reducing pain and preventing it from coming back. We custom build you a rehabilitative performance exercise plan, then take you, step by step, through it so you know exactly what to do and why.
Chiropractic care consists of manual manipulation of the joints, mainly the spine, in order to realign the spinal column which has a direct influence on nerves, muscles, and organs.
Acupuncture is a powerful tool that engages both the musculoskeletal system and the meridian system (the overall energy distribution of the body) to promote healing and to aid in the prevention of further injuries.