Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care has been around since 1895. Chiro means “by hand” and practor means “to educate”.  Our office utilizes many different techniques to help benefit the patient. These techniques are more comfortable, more effective, and many times safer than ever before.

Wellness care/Family care is often what our patients transition to after acute injury because they see value in taking care of their body and being able to maximize their everyday life.

  1. We provide specific adjustments to the spine and extremities to help restore the function and healing of many neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
  2. Advanced Stretching techniques
    1. Active Tri-planar
    2. Post Isometric Relaxation
  3. Manual muscle/soft tissue techniques
    1. Myofascial release
    2. Soft tissue therapy
  4. Taping Methods
    1. RockTape

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Acupuncture/Dry needling


Acupuncture is among the oldest practices in the work that dates back to the ancient Chinese practice that balances the body and promotes natural healing of the body. This procedure involves stimulating points on the body by penetrating the skin with needles at precise acupuncture points.

Acupuncture is effective and gentle.

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Dry Needling

Dry needling is similar to acupuncture. Some of the similarities are: same needle, insertion depth and technique. What  “dry needling” means is that the needle is a solid filament that does not inject anything into the skin. This technique is used on tight muscles and trigger points. Dry needling is effective for many different treatment options.

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Sports Rehabilitation

Our office offers the following and more for rehabilitation.

  • NKT-Neurokinetic Therapy
  • DNS-Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization
  • Exercise/Sports Rehabilitation
  • Active Release
  • Tool-assisted tissue mobilization
  • RockTape

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