Common treatments

professional massage therapist treating a female patient s injured neck

Below are the many treatments we utilize. Each patient is individually assessed to determine the best course of treatment(s).

  • Spinal manipulative therapy (adjusting) – Using hands on techniques to move joints that are not working/moving as well as they should.
  • Extremity manipulative therapy – manipulation to joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, ankles, etc…
  • Soft-tissue specialties — Neuromuscular Reeducation and The Graston Technique
  • Flexion-distraction therapy
  • Dry Needling Therapy
  • Physiotherapy machines – the use of advanced machines to help relax muscles, decrease pain and inflammation
  • Ultrasound and various types of electric muscle stimulation
  • Stretching and exercise programs – patients are encouraged to be active in their care with home stretches and exercises

We have a referral network of massage therapist, acupuncturists, physical therapists and other specialty medical providers that we work with if the need arises for our patients.