Cold Laser Therapy
Cold Laser Therapy is used to rehabilitation and pain relief for a number of bodily injuries. This therapy works by utilizing a laser that delivers photonic energy to the cells in that area. This energy is then absorbed by the cell, increasing the production of ATP, allowing them to normalize function and heal. This encourages pain relief and faster healing.
Electric Muscle Stimulation Therapy uses an electrical current in order to make a singler group of muscles to contract. Electrodes are placed on the patient’s area of pain and the electrical currents result in decreased pain and swelling, and an increased blood flow. Increased blood flow increases the healing ability of injured tissues. By altering the current, muscles are activated, which can also work to effectively strengthen targeted tissue.
Spinal decompression traction therapy is used to treat lower back, arm pain, neck pain, and radiating leg pain. This non-surgical traction procedure helps with pain relief for a number of conditions, including degenerative spinal discs, facet joint syndromes, and spinal disk herniation.
Vibration massage technique that involves quick shaking to rhythmic rocking by moving the heel of the hand, the side of the hand, or the fingertips. Your chiropractor will apply continuous contact to the client’s body, creating either static or running vibrations. This helps to increase circulation and prepare the body’s muscles for athletic performance.
Heat Therapy is used to help relieve pain and muscle stiffness. Your chiropractor may use heat pad therapy on its own or in conjunction with other therapy. To learn more, contact us today.
Microcurrent therapy utilizes low-level electrical currents in order to treat inflammation, nerve pain, muscle pain, and other body pain. For the treatment, electrodes are placed at strategic parts of the body. This kind of therapy helps to restore normal frequencies within the cells.