Chiropractic Manipulation

Manipulation, or adjustment of the affected joints and tissues, restores mobility, thereby alleviating pain and muscle tightness and as well as healing. In many cases, such as lower back pain, chiropractic care may be the primary method of treatment.When other medical conditions exist, chiropractic care may complement or support other medical treatments by relieving the musculoskeletal aspects associated with the condition.Although chiropractors care for more than just back pain, many patients visit chiropractors looking for relief from this pervasive condition. In fact, according to the American Chiropractic Association, more than 31 million Americans experience lower back pain at any givien time.

Physiotherapy

Laser Therapy:

Laser therapy is proven to bio-stimulate the tissue repair and growth. In general, it decreases inflammation and pain. When it comes to pain management, laser treatment is mostly side-effect-free and may provide dramatic results. Positive effects are the followings: improves and promotes healing, reduces pain and spasm, increases joint flexibility, reduces symptoms of osteoarthritis, improves peripheral microcirculation, detoxifies and eliminates trigger points.

Ultrasound Therapy:

Ultrasound therapy is high-frequency sound wave treatment to reduce pain. It is used for conditions such as musculoskeletal injuries, arthritis and fibromyalgia. Ultrasound wave helps to stimulate healing process without irritation, speedy metabolism and blood circulation, through which pain related to chronic inflammation or swelling is managed.

Spinal Decompression:

It is a non-invasive procedure that was developed for the treatment of spinal disease including lower back and neck pain caused by disc herniation and degenerative diseases. The process is effective in relieving pain by enlarging intravertebral spaces, reducing herniation, strengthening outer ligaments to help moving herniated areas back into place, and reversing high intradiscal pressure through application of negative pressure.

Infrared Heat Therapy:

Infrared therapy effectively helps to increase blood circulation without putting strain on your vascular system and the levels of oxygen and white blood cells in your blood. It also stimulates the production of collagen and penetrates deep into the soft tissues, making it an ideal treatment for arthritis pain. By using infrared heat, as opposed to traditional heating methods, it enables the heat to penetrate deeper into your body without skin discomfort of heating pads, hot towels and some pain relief gels or creams.