Types of treatment offered:

Manual adjustments

Doctor gently moves joint with hands. It is often accompanied by a harmless "popping" noise as a result of dissolved gases quickly leaving the joint capsule. 

Instrument impulse adjustments

Doctor uses a tool to deliver a quick light "tap" to the vertebra which stimulates nerves in the joint and surrounding muscle. 

Intersegmental Traction 

Patient lays face up on a "roller table" and rollers gently move up and down the back. This reestablishes normal range of motion to the spine, helps rehydrate the discs, and facilitates muscle relaxation. 

Ellipsoidial traction

Air pumps are used to lightly stretch vertebra resulting is disc pressure relief and proper curvature of the spine. 

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) 

Electrodes are placed on the area of complaint and low voltage electrical currents are sent into the skin which stimulate nerves. The result is decreased pain perception.

Massage therapy                                                                                                                

Licensed massage therapists use a variety of techniques aimed at helping tight muscles relax. 



Some of the conditions we treat:

Headache & Migraines

Neck Pain

Upper Back Pain

Mid Back Pain

Low Back Pain


Hip Pain


Piriformis Syndrome


Wrist Pain 

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Golfer's Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)

Rib Pain

Ankle Pain

TMJ Pain