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Our laser therapy supplies therapeutic energy in the form of light, allowing your body's cells to have a faster exchange of oxygen and nutrients for faster healing!
By delivering an effective therapeutic dosage to deeper tissue, blood flow is restored to the damaged area. As the damaged area returns to a healthy state, overall function is restored and pain is relieved.
Our spinal decompression helps treat back pain, sciatica, bulging or herniated discs, worn spinal joints, and injured or diseased spinal nerve roots without the need for surgery.
Spinal decompression gently stretches the spine to change the force and position of the spine.
✓ A negative pressure is created inside
✓ Blood, oxygen, and nutrients are drawn
into the disc
✓ The disc rehydrates, promoting repair
PEMF Therapy is the application of Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Fields to areas of pain or dysfunction. Science has proven that damaged, weak cells have an imbalanced electrical gradient or charge. Weak cells are characterized by low voltage, and PEMF replenishes energy in low voltage cells.
PEMF induces cellular exercise, which causes your cells to expand and contract, similarly to when you work out at the gym. As your cells expand and contract, they can: ✓ Expels toxins
✓ Absorbs nutrients, minerals, and water
This allows you to quickly bring cells back into electrical balance.
|Soft Tissue Rehabilitation||SCAR
Injuries to the body cause adhesions in our soft tissues. These adhesions cause the buildup of scar tissue, which occurs when tissues that aren’t normally connected, fasten to each other. Adhesions can spread and entrap nerves, causing: decreased flexibility, stiff joints, diminished range of motion, numbness, redness and pain.
We offer patients Rapid Release Treatment, a state-of-the-art solution to remove scar tissue and relieve muscle spasm. Our soft tissue rehabilitation program will help reduce inflammation by allowing your blood to circulate properly, giving you back movement and decreasing pain.