Chiropractic Care: A form of complimentary and alternative medicine based on the identification and correction of joint misalignments, particularly those found in the spinal column, which may cause other disorders by altering nerve, muscle, and organ function.
Acupuncture & Dry Needling: A unique addition to the Global Wellness Clinic has been Dr. Reggie Clifton who is a chiropractor who also specializes in acupuncture and dry needling. After receiving his certification 10 years ago, he has had the honor of using acupuncture and dry needling with the Department of Defense. Treating such issues as musculo-skeletal, addictions and even PTSD.
Decompression: Normally as chiropractors we can address the spine in two directions (front to back, side to side) and with decompression it allows us to address the spine in third direction. It does this by unloading the discs to allow for nutrients and fluids to be pulled into them, which, helps to heal and repair damage disc tissue.
Sports Injuries: Sports injuries are becoming more and more prevalent in the young athlete population and even with those who keep active as they age. If your injury has happened recently or if you have been dealing with these issues for quite some time, there are still steps we can take in order to get you back on the path to recovery.
McKenzie Therapy: Also known a Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), is another way to approach patients with both acute and chronic pain conditions. This examination protocol usually takes 3-5 visits in order to see results and relies on the patient to play a major role in their recovery.
AquaMED Dry Hydrotherapy: A combination of three time-proven therapies: heat, massage, and whirlpool treatments, this treatment modality directs streams of water at specific areas while you stay dry and protected behind a durable barrier.
Laser Therapy: A newer treatment option when it comes to the world of complementary and alternative medicines, laser therapy uses high frequency and concentrated light waves to help reduce pain and inflammation within the body.
A-line Insoles: In today’s day and age we are constantly on the move. Unfortunately, we don’t always have the foot support that we need. The A-line insoles not only help to support your foot but also condition them to support themselves when your attire doesn’t call for shoes.
Kinesio-tape: Kinesio-tape has taken the rehabilitation and sports medicine world by storm! this amazing elastic therapeutic tape was developed by Dr. Kenzo Kase over 35 years ago in japan. since then, Kinesio-tape has become the standard for therapeutic and rehabilitative taping.
Brain Span: Recent research suggests that the average person does not get adequate amounts of Omega-3s in their diet, nor do they maintain a proper ratio of 3:1 of Omega-3s to Omega-6s. This can affect your cognitive function later in life and even pre-dispose you to conditions like Alzheimer’s. With this two-step test we are able to get a glance at your cognitive function as well as your Omega-3 and Omega-6 levels.
Ultrasound: A complementary treatment that uses sound waves to massage the underlying tissues to relieve muscle spasms and even reduce the amount of fibrous tissue formed from damage to soft tissues.
Electrical and Inferential Muscle Stimulation: Complementary treatments that utilizes very small electric currents and frequencies in order to relax the muscles, reduce swelling and release trigger points by aiding in the release of natural pain relievers called endorphins.