Soft Tissue Therapy

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What is Soft Tissue Therapy

 Soft Tissue techniques are used in conjunction with chiropractic manipulation and non-surgical spinal decompression to enhance results. Reducing the load on muscles, tendons and ligaments surrounding the injured site will speed up the rate of recovery for most patients. 


 Our doctors and therapists are trained in a variety of techniques such as: Active Release Technique of the Spine, Pin and Stretch, Ischemic compression, PNF, PIR and Gua Sha. By reducing spasm, tension and the asymmetrical pull on the joints themselves our patients experience pain relief and reduction of inflammation quickly.

Massage Therapy

Therapeutic massage is when the therapist and client have the shared goal and intention of making structural changes as opposed to just relaxation.  Our licensed massage therapists specialize in myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, sports massage, deep tissue massage and prenatal massage.  Results are achieved using a combination of compression, cross friction, trigger point and stretching techniques. 

Dry Needle Therapy

Dry Needle Therapy involves the insertion of a thin filament needle to stimulate the healing process of soft tissues.  The needle is inserted into the affected tissue to promote healing and reduce the symptoms associated with soft tissue injuries (sprains, strains and trigger points).  Our Doctors are trained in this very effective tissue-healing method that serves as a wonderful adjunct to chiropractic care.