Techniques Utilized: Thompson, Gonstead, Diversified, Activator, Cox Flexion, Applied Kinesiology, Kinesiotaping, and more.
A special tape that provides support while allowing full range of motion. The tape is used to decrease pain, unload tissue via decompression, stabilize joints and provide a stimulus that improves body awareness.
Cox Flexion Distraction
Cox Technic is a gentle, safe technique that works with the body’s design to encourage its natural healing process, relieve spinal pain, and return patients to their desired quality of life.
Exercises prescribed by the doctor that are used to normalize human movement, stabilize weakened areas before increasing the demand on the body.
Massage therapy is manual manipulation of the soft tissues like muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments to enhance a person's health and well-being. Our licensed and insured massage therapists will work with your doctor to create the best treatment to suit your needs.
Applied Kinesiology, or AK, is a system of muscle testing that allows the Dr. to very specifically evaluate the body for dysfunction and can also be utilized to show when corrections have been made.
Foot Levelers - Custom Functional Orthotics
Custom orthotics correct biomechanical issues that begin in the feet by providing necessary support to all three of the arches in the foot. Footlevelers orthotics are clinically proven to help reduce lower back pain.
Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization is a manual therapy system that utilizes precision engineered stainless steel instruments to help detect and correct abnormalities in muscles, tendons and ligaments.
What to expect on your first visit:
- Treatment begins with a detailed health history followed by a thorough neuromuscular examination performed by Dr. Jamnik.
- If necessary, X-rays of the involved areas will be performed. To see is to know, not to see is to guess, and we will not guess about your health.
- Once a formal diagnosis is made your treatment options will be discussed with you.
Importance of Movement
As we exercise we tend to get injuries to the muscles, joints, and tendons. The previous standard of care was to rest, but research has found that as our activities cease, out muscle strength and function decrease as a result. This loss in strength and function can add to greater instability of the injured areas and prolong the recovery process. Your doctor will work with you to implement corrective exercises in a manner to best suit your needs.