Non Surgical Spinal Decompression
Non-surgical spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine whether it is the lumbar spine (low back) or cervical spine (neck). By applying mechanical traction for a determined amount of minutes usually 30-45, will help to take pressure off the nerves and discs reducing significantly the pain and associated symptoms like tingling, weakness or numbness.
The average patient feels a major pain relief in about two weeks. It may require 20 to 32 treatments to fully complete the care. It will depend on patient’s condition, age, lifestyle and compliance with the care plan.
- Herniated Disc
- Bulging Disc
- Degenerated Disc
Laser Therapy works through a process called photobiomodulation. When cells in your body absorb the light emitted by the laser, it creates a chain reaction within the cell that increases cellular energy. This can reduce inflammation, increase healing time and reduce pain. This therapy can be used in combination with other treatments to help the patient recover faster and promote healing of the tissue in the area applied.
It can also reduce muscle spasm and improve joint mobility when applied no less than twice a week. For chronic conditions it might be necessary to treat the area three times a week. Treatments can take 10 to 20 minutes.
- Carpal Tunnel
- Muscle Pain/Spasm
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Neuropathic pain
- Post surgery recovery
This therapy provides good source of heat to the area treated with the wax, usually hands or feet. The area needs to be submerged in the warm wax a couple of times or the wax can be brushed over a specific area.
Once all layers have been applied the hand or foot will be wrapped up in a plastic bag and then put in a oven mitt to preserve the heat for about 20 minutes.
- Joint mobility
- Muscle relaxation
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of the population will experience Low Back Pain at some point in their lives
most common reason reported for missing work, Low Back Pain
Sometimes called percussive therapy, massage gun may help to flush out extracellular fluid into the circulatory system. It can also break up adhesions or scar tissue.
- Pre Workout
- Post Workout
- Muscle Relaxation
Ultrasound in physical therapy is a modality that emits heat to superficial or deep tissue and it creates an effect in the tissue called cavitation. This heat increases circulation and therefore helps in the healing process. Ultrasound is also useful for relieving muscle spasm and joint contractures. Average time is 10 minutes per session.
- Muscle Spasm
Interferential therapy is the application of low frequency electrical current to stimulate nerve activity. Flat pads will be applied to the skin over the area to be treated. You will feel a tingling sensation in your muscles as the current stimulates the nerves.
- Muscle Pain
- Joint Pain
- Chronic Pain