Chiropractic Services We Provide for Maitland, Altamonte Springs, and Winter Park
At our Maitland chiropractic clinic we offer hands on adjustments to the spine that are designed to get the spinal bones moving better and aligned properly. We also offer drop table technique and instrument adjustment techniques when necessary to help you live a pain free life.
Hands on and instrument chiropractic adjustments to the extremities. This can help with shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle and foot complaints. If any of your extremities are causing you pain call our Maitland chiropractic clinic today to set up your appointment.
At our Maitland chiropractic clinic we utilize cox flexion distraction technique which is a table that is designed to distract the spine and then we utilize a special movement to pump nutrients into the intervertebral discs. For more information about the cox technique click here to watch the video.
Electric Muscle Stimulation
This modality is great to help with relief from muscle spasms, tight muscles, and pain. The synchronous electrical current penetrates deep into the muscles and can help activate local endorphins that block the pain signals. Electric muscle stimulation can also help to reduce inflammation and swelling that may be present in the injured area.
Helps to relax tight muscles. When there is an injury to your back, neck or extremities the body sometimes responds by contracting and shortening the muscles in the area and this can lead to pain and discomfort. Moist heat is a great way to help lengthen those muscles.
We utilize a special stretch called post-isometric relaxation technique at our Maitland chiropractic office. This technique involves the doctor taking your muscles through the stretches in order to help relax them. We also advise patients on core exercises and stretches that they can do at home to prevent further injuries.
Trigger point and myofascial release to relax tight muscles. A trigger point is a tight area within muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of the body. A trigger point in the back, for example, may cause referral pain in the neck. The pain may be sharp and intense or a dull ache. We know how to locate and release these trigger points to increase range of motion and decrease the associated pain.
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