Our Specialties

If there is free flow… there is no pain! Acupuncture is based on ancient Chinese theories of the flow of Qi (natural energy) and Xue (blood) through distinct meridians or pathways that cover the body in the same way as nerves and blood vessels.

Chiropractic is a science, based upon the concept that good health depends on a normally functioning nervous system. Our focus is the spine.

Holistic Medicine
Holistic Therapy refers to care intended to treat the individual as a whole – mind, body and spirit. Holistic health focuses on all facets of human functioning, especially taking responsibility for maintaining our own well-being.

Nutrition Counseling
Nutrition Counseling is aimed at balancing the needs of the human body via healthy, nutrient-rich foods and dietary supplements, which play an important function in virtually every medical condition. Proper nutrition boosts the immune system, detoxifies the body, restores beneficial digestion and can correct vitamin and mineral deficiencies.

Pain Management
Pain Management refers to Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) or Physiatry. A Physiatrist or Pain Management Doctor, has completed four years of medical school, one year of internship and three years of residency.

Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy improves strength, flexibility, range-of-motion, balance, posture, cardiovascular fitness, as well as increasing a patient’s functional capacity. Physical Therapy – both passive and active, treat disorders of the muscles, bones or joints, which may have resulted from an injury, poor posture, muscle imbalances or a weak core.

Complete foot care. Podiatry services and treatments for children, adults, athletes and seniors.

Spinal Decompression
Spinal Decompression – a non-surgical spinal manipulation technique can help eliminate pain, by realigning the spine. It offers new hope for those patients who want to avoid surgery.

Trigger Point Therapy
A trigger point is a localized, irritable, tight band of muscle that causes a considerable amount of pain, simply because it will not relax. Relaxing the muscle, improves blood flow and speeds healing. As Trigger Point Therapy progresses, the trigger point becomes inactive and pain is alleviated.

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