Your Massage

Each massage begins with a warming foot soak while your therapist uses reflexology to ease tension by isolating specific pressure points on your head, face, shoulders, arms and hands.  Next you will enjoy an incredibly healing foot massage.  After the feet are nice and relaxed, you will be asked to turn over onto your stomach, so that your massage can be finished up with a therapeutic back massage.

Methods of adjustments and therapy

Hands on – The chiropractor will use their hands to manipulate the joints of the body to restore or enhance joint function. This will help resolve joint inflammation and reduce the patient’s pain. The chiropractor will adapt the procedure to meet the specific needs of our patients.

Activator- The activator technique will still give the same results as the hands on adjustment. It is generally regarded as a softer chiropractic treatment technique.

Rapid Release Therapy- Rapid release may be added in your chiropractic treatment. Rapid release helps break up scar tissue and decrease muscle tension, allowing the adjustment to hold much longer.

What is Acupuncture? How does it work?

The theory and practice of acupuncture is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a natural health care system that has been used in Asian countries for thousands of years to preserve health and treat illness.

Acupuncture treats health conditions by stimulating “acu-points” found at specific locations on the body. Acupuncturists stimulate these points by inserting very thin disposable needles through the skin to produce physiological effects. Other methods are also used to stimulate points, such as heat or cupping therapy. The general theory of acupuncture is that proper physiological functions and health depends on the circulation of nutrients, substances and energy called Qi through a network of “channels” or “meridians”. This network provides balance, regulation and coordination of physiological processes.