Chiropractic is the only profession dedicated to the detection and correction of Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC). VSC occurs when there is an interference to the nervous system caused by the movable bones of the spine. VSC is the underlying cause of many health problems. Chiropractic is based on the scientific fact that the nervous system controls virtually every cell, tissue, organ and system of the body. Therefore, therapies are based on the fact that disease is often caused by interference with nerve function. And using spinal adjustment to bring nerves back “on line” means restoration of normal nerve function, in a natural, non-stress method, and without drugs.
Our chiropractors have developed successful treatment programs for patients, whether they were involved in an accident, hurt at work, sustained a sports injury, or have problems caused by daily activities. These treatment plans require patients to be educated about their injuries, and then we show how their participation and compliance with the programs are essential in their healing journey.
Our treatment plans are different from most clinics because we promote both passive and active rehab. During a patient’s rehab, our chiropractors will use passive therapies such as ice and heat, soft tissue mobilization, massage therapy, nutritional supplementation, ultrasound, and electrical muscle stimulation. Additionally, our rehab staff is expertly trained in active rehab and certified in ELDOA, a stretching and strengthening technique used to target a specific joint (region) for spinal decompression and pain relief. Using both active physical therapy and passive therapy for patients allows them to get stronger while heal better.
The chiropractors at Integrated Spine & Disc offer a wide variety of care to all of their patients, including:
Some patients also choose to participate in a multi-disciplinary treatment program that involves both medical care and chiropractic care. These programs provide the patient with all possible forms of treatment to resolve their injuries.