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Chiropractic Adjustments: Palmer College of Chiropractic graduates achieve mastery level of a myriad of adjustment techniques. This ensures that base on condition, research, doctor’s expert opinion, and patient preference, the proper osseous adjustments may be skillfully administered to the patient.

Flexion-Distraction: Vertebral discs receive nutrition via a process called imbibition. Much like a sponge soaking up water, discs take in fluid through their end plates. The traction movements that occur during F&D treatment encourage this process and aid in the recovery of disc pathologies, herniations, etc.

McKenzie MDT for Lumbar Spine: The McKenzie protocol revolves around the discovery of a spinal position and movement that reduces a patients low back and/or sciatic-like symptoms. This information is then used in the office and, more importantly, at home to self-treat the source of the pain. This method’s results have been extensively researched and is used in large corporate settings because of its effectiveness and the ability for patients to return to work.

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization: Commonly referred to as “Graston” tools, IASTM tools are used on soft tissues structures (muscles, tendons, and ligaments) to break up fascial adhesions that result from injury, over-use, and daily life. The action of the tools is best noted for an increase in blood flow to the region, and thus improved healing.

Electrodiagnostic Studies: EDX is used primarily as a diagnostic tool to localize and characterize nervous system lesions. Especially for patients with co-morbidities, the true source of radicular symptoms (weakness, numbness, burning pain) can be elusive. To properly treat some patients, a nerve conduction study with needle electromyography is indicated. These tests are common place in neural and muscular physiology, very safe, and have high diagnostic validity.

Massage Therapy: Our clinic has an on-site licensed massage therapist. She is extremely experienced and specializes in lymphatic drainage for cancer patients and bodywork for patients with PTSD.

Interactive Metronome: IM is a therapy that involves the coordination of various key components of a patients brain. Motor control, timing, sight, and sound are combined in activities that provide multi-system stimulation. This treatment has significant effects of patients with movements disorders such as Parkinson’s, and children with ADHD.

Balance Training/Vestibular Rehabilitation: The elderly and patients with vestibular system disorders (vertigo for example) are at a higher likelihood of suffering a life altering fall. Stimulation of limb proprioceptors and visual training are useful in improving balance and coordination.