Most people can’t point to one incident as the source of their pain. So we put you through a series of movement screens and a battery of tests to figure out the source of the problem. We look for the cause and not just the symptoms.
And then we develop a personalized care plan for you utilizing a combination of the traditional chiropractic techniques and the latest in innovative care tools including medical science and holistic alternative treatment approaches.
Myofascial Release Therapy
Low Level Laser Therapy
Active Release Techniques®
Chiropractic AdjustmentsChiropractic adjustments have tremendous potential to help patients.
We have many options to address the structural component that contributes to your pain. Our doctors provide specific manual corrections to restore the body’s normal joint motion.
We always consider our patient’s preference first, so when it comes to corrective adjustments, we provide a variety of methods to achieve this goal. Our speciality is in manual adjustments. We are experienced in high velocity, low amplitude manipulations to the joints of the body in order to deliver the most comfortable and effective adjustments. All of our chiropractic tables are equipped with adjustable sections used to deliver a gentle dropping motion, producing the same outcome as our hands.
Sometimes we discover smaller yet specific adjustments needed to be made. For this, we use an innovative device called Activator delivering a small impulse to the appropriate joint.
Graston Technique®A patented, instrument assisted mobilization of soft-tissue.
Graston is a patent protected, innovative instrument that assists in soft-tissue mobilization, improving flexibility and decreasing pain by effectively breaking down fascial restrictions and removing scar tissue between muscles. Proactive Chiropractic is Graston certified and a Preferred Provider®.
Myofascial Release TherapyAn extremely effective treatment that targets tight, overworked muscles.
Myofascial Release Therapy is an extremely effective treatment that targets tight, overworked muscles that cause you discomfort throughout the day. Relaxing hypertensive muscles helps restore blood flow back to the body region, aiding in reducing pain and restoring full body motion.
Low Level Laser TherapyA direct and efficient method to reduce healing time.
Low level laser therapy is a direct and efficient method to reduce healing time after any sort of injury.
Similarly to how plants use sunlight for energy to grow, the cells in our body convert the non-thermal photons of the laser into energy, which is then used to heal the damaged tissues faster. Read about the clinical research here.
Kinesio TapingA method to run interference with pain.
Kinesio Taping is a rehabilitative taping technique utilized to increase stability around hypermobile joints. Additionally, the tape offers better circulation area to the injured area, reduction of swelling and inflammation, speedy recovery of overused muscles, and reduced muscle cramping.
Ergonomic EvaluationAn evaluation to find underlying issues with pain.
Each new patient in our office will receive a comprehensive posture evaluation and 3 dimensional foot scan, revealing potential hidden problems that could go unnoticed. In addition we offer virtual ergonomic assessments at a much lower cost than a traditional in office ergonomic assessment.
Equally important to diet and exercise, understanding how your body is commonly positioned against gravity can help doctors find the underlying issue with chronic pain.
OrthoticsGood foot biomechanics can resolve many health issues.
Often times our patients are surprised to find out that the underlying cause of their pain begins from their feet.
In our office, we use state-of-the-art technology to analyze the three arches of the feet, making sure the forces you put on them are distributed properly. If the 3-D foot scan detects an unleveling in any of the arches, customized orthotics will be manufactured just for you to fit a variety of different style shoes.
Exercise/RehabilitationProactive approach for continued health and long lasting results.
Our journey to improve your health and wellness doesn’t stop when you leave the office. At ProActive Chiropractic, we honor a mutual collaborative effort by our doctors and you, our patients. As it is our job to correct the underlying source of your pain, we encourage our patients to perform customized rehabilitative exercises at home, in the office, or at the gym.
These specific exercises help relax painfully tight muscles and build strength to key muscles groups which are imperative for spinal support. We are excited to help you get back to the things you love, and by performing the prescribed exercises given by our doctors, we will get you there in no time.
At ProaActive Chiropractic, we also offer Detox Programs, Lab Testing and Stress Management Techniques. Please ask us for more information.
NormatecThe most advanced rehab and recovery solution in one small package. Whether you’re simply trying to maintain a healthy workout routine or training for the Olympics, the NormaTec is your go-to to decrease inflammation and soreness. NormaTec’s cutting edge compression systems are the ultimate in recovery to fit to your needs. The device has been scientifically proven to: enhance the body’s natural ability to recover, increase circulation, reduce pain, rejuvenate muscles, boosts flexibility, and clears out lactate and metabolites. The benefits of NormaTec are so significant that 97% of professional teams rely on its technology to train harder and achieve more. Check out what the buzz is all about here : https://www.normatecrecovery.com/news/.
Active Release Techniques®ART® is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.
Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis elbow are just a few of the many conditions that can be resolved quickly and permanently with ART.
These conditions all have one important thing in common: they are often a result of overused muscles.