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EXAMINATIONS - To determine the nature of the condition.
X-Rays - To observe the exact structural mechanics of the spine and the pelvis, and to rule out more serious pathology (cancer, etc.)
PASSIVE MOTION THERAPY - To reduce intradiscal pressure therapy realigning disc nucleus (extension therapy-long axis inertial traction-lumbar).
CRYOTHERAPY (COLD PACKS) - To reduce swelling and/or pain in the area being treated.
MOTORIZED INTERSEGMENTAL TRACTION - To aid in re-establishing normal flexibility and range of apophyseal joint motion, to reduce adhesions, and to restore ligament elasticity.
ULTRASOUND - To speed the healing rate of deep-seated injuries and involved nerve roots. Also to promote drainage of venous and muscular congestion and promote muscle function.
INTERFERENTIAL CURRENT - To reduce pain in the area being treated, reduce muscle spasms, and to restore muscle tone.
SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS - To reduce the osseous misalignments and pressure on the nerves and to reduce vertebral subluxations.
TRIGGER POINT THERAPY - To reduce swelling and/or inflammation and/or pain in area being treated.
ORTHOPEDIC SUPPORTS - To immobilize and support affected area of the spine.
MULTIPLE THERAPIES ARE USED FOR MULTIPLE FACTORS IN THE SPINE.
PILLOW-PEDIC TRACTION PILLOW - is utilized as an orthopedic device, to aid in restoring the physiological curve to the cervical spine and through the traction effect will relieve muscle spasms.
HEEL LIFTS - To compensate for anatomical leg length deficiency.
HEAT - Mild anesthesia, increase circulation, increase metabolism and promote healing.
VITAMIN INJECTIONS - To enhance the body with the induction of vitamins intramuscularly therefore bypassing the stomach. Less vitamins are needed with faster absorbency.