What is Physiotherapy?

We are trained in the latest therapeutic techniques to get you back to normal function as quickly as possible! What is Physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is a health profession concerned with maximising mobility and quality of life by using clinical reasoning to select and apply the appropriate treatment. Physiotherapy practice has a long history and modern clinical [...]

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Computerized Spinal Analysis

We use the latest computer technology to analyze your spinal posture and offer you the choice of pain relief care and/or postural corrective rehabilitative care. Most people are not aware that 80% of what the Doctor needs to know to diagnose your problem comes from a thorough patient history examination and consultation. In today's health [...]

By |2008-10-08T01:16:08+00:00October 8th, 2008|Services|0 Comments

Massage Therapy

Massage is the treatment and practice of soft tissue manipulation with physical, functional, i.e. mechanical, medical/therapeutic, and in some cases psychological purposes and goals.[1] The word comes from the French massage "friction of kneading," possibly from Arabic massa "to touch, feel, handle" or from Latin massa "mass, dough". [2][3] (In distinction the ancient Greek word [...]

By |2008-08-25T09:00:59+00:00August 25th, 2008|Massage Therapy, Services|0 Comments

Chiropractic Disc Slip

                  The disc is a small cartilage pad that is situated between spinal bones. The soft jellylike center is contained by layers of fibrous tissues. Each disc serves as a connector, spacer, and shock absorber for the spine. When healthy, discs allow normal turning and bending. Since spinal discs [...]

By |2008-07-24T08:52:20+00:00July 24th, 2008|Services|0 Comments

Danger of Spine Decay

  NORMAL Physiology : Normal curves with equal disc spacing. No visible signs of degeneration. Prognosis : Regular chiropractic checkups are recommended for early detection and prevention of spinal decay. PHASE ONE Physiology : Misalignment and malfunction with soft tissue damage and nerve irritation. Prognosis : return to near normal can be expected with appropriate [...]

By |2008-07-24T08:29:27+00:00July 24th, 2008|Services|0 Comments

What’s Wrong with Your Back

      Nerve tissue is so important, it is protected by bone. The brain is encased by the skull, and the spinal cord is covered by 24-moving bones of the spinal column. Many everyday things can cause these bones to lose their normal motion or position. This sets off a chain reaction affecting the [...]

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