Treatment programs in our office include rehabilitative therapy. We want to not only resolve a person’s current symptoms, but also to strengthen his/her body and prevent against re-injury and the joint degeneration. The different rehabilitation services we perform in our office include:

Exercise Therapy

These therapies include: aerobics, stretching, stabilization and weight resistance. Depending on the injury, the symptoms and the patient’s needs, our doctors can tailor the exercises accordingly. Exercise therapy is used to:

  1. Relax tight muscles
  2. Increase joint mobility and stability
  3. Increase bone mass and muscular strength
  4. Improve posture, coordination, and endurance

Massage & Pressure Point Therapy

These therapies can be used for the treatment of many different conditions because they:

  1. Relax tight muscles and remove toxins from tissues
  2. Reduce pain and improve posture
  3. Enhance circulation
  4. Facilitate muscular and joint healing

Microcurrent Therapy

This electrotherapy device sends out healing electronic impulses that produce no physical sensation. This therapy is used to:

  1. Reduce pain
  2. Decrease swelling and edema
  3. Speed the healing of injured tissues

Cervical And Lumbar Distraction

Using special tables, this therapeutic technique is used to gently manipulate subluxated joints. It is extremely effective for treating spinal disk herniations and bulges.

Interferential & Synaptic Therapy

These machines emit electrical impulses that produce a pleasant tingling sensation in the injured area. They are used to:

  1. Reduce pain and edema
  2. Relax tight muscles


Ultrasound creates a feeling of warmth and tingling over the injured area. It is used to:

  1. Improve circulation
  2. Provide heat as a form of massage
  3. Reduce swelling
  4. Decrease pain

Infrared Light Therapy

The purpose of low level infrared light therapy is to direct a cool beam of light through the skin and into injured tissues. It speeds healing and relieves pain.

Heat & Ice

Combining these two therapies, or using them independently for specific injuries has many benefits. Heat therapy can:

  1. Relax muscles
  2. Improve circulation
  3. Reduce chronic inflammation

Ice Therapy Can:

  1. Reduce acute inflammation
  2. Relieve pain

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