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Below are other services you can benefit from

Corrective Exercises

We teach our patients special “blueprint” exercises designed just for them to help strengthen and correct their own unique problem. These exercises can be performed in the comfort of your own home and can improve the effectiveness of your spinal correction by as much as 30-40%. In addition to skeletal misalignment, muscles and connective tissues can be out of place or strained by improper alignment and use. Specific exercises and stretches can help your body stay in balance and in health.

Sports Medicine | Athletes

As the name implies, sports therapy is a branch of non-invasive treatment that deals primarily with injuries associated with highly active people and overuse problems. Typically, the joints, muscles and ligaments are the areas that require treatment as they are strained the most during exercise and sports. Stretching, physical therapy and rest are some of the ways that sports therapy treats pain.

Cold Laser Therapy (Anodyne® Therapy System) ® Therapy System)

The Anodyne® Therapy System was the first infrared light therapy product cleared by the FDA in 1994, and it remains one of the few evidence based infrared light therapy modalities on the market today for treatment of peripheral neuropathy secondary to diabetes, chemotherapy, or insidious onset neuropathy.


To complement and enhance the healing effects of Chiropractic, Advanced Sports Medicne also provide the following physiological therapeutic procedures:

• Ultrasound
• Interferential electrical muscle stimulation
• Russian Stimulation
• Soft Tissue Techniques
• Anodyne Therapy
• Decompression Therapy
• Moist Heat Therapy
• Core Hardening, Strengthening, and Conditioning Program

Spinal Decompression Therapy

For severe back pain and neck pain from a herniated or bulging disc, and spinal stenosis, spinal decompression is an effective treatment. Patients are placed in a harness that keeps them in a stable position while a computer-controlled series of stretches targets specific areas of the spine. Depending on the location of the injury to the discs, spinal decompression can often significantly reduce pain or get rid of problems like a pinched nerve with long term relief.