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Are you dealing with pain that you cannot seem to get rid of? Are you unable to get back to your job or activity you love? Have you tried traditional chiropractic and physical therapy with little to no results? Are you looking for answers as to the source of your pain?...

Core exercises have long been emphasized as the fix all for your back pain. By simply doing these exercises, one could expect to feel reasonably better and develop abdominal and back strength. While these exercises are important in the rehabilitation process, they are...

Your plantar fascia is a ligament that connects the front of the foot to the heel and supports the arch of the foot. This ligament absorbs much of the stress that you place on your feet; however, when too much stress is placed on the feet, the plantar fascia can tear o...

February 21, 2017

Lower back pain and sciatica can be painful and debilitating and is one of the main reasons for doctor visits in the US. Those suffering from sciatica in particular report pain and tingling in their legs and feet that is unrelenting and diminishes their ability to prop...

February 14, 2017

Are you living with chronic pain? Are you taking medication everyday to help you with pain symptoms? Are you looking for a way to solve the pain without having to take any more medication or go to surgery? Consider the painless alternative of Pulsed Low Level Lase...

Low back pain (LBP) is considered one of the most common symptoms people deal with in a lifetime. The numbers show that 80% of people will suffer from episodes of low back pain at some point in their life with most that will resolve on its own. However, some cases tend...

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) has traditionally been defined as an entrapment of the median nerve inside the carpal tunnel of your wrist.  The floor of the carpal tunnel is made of eight carpals or wrist bones. The roof of the tunnel is a ligament (the transverse carpal...

The best response for  shoulder  and  most joint injuries, is to re-establish proper motion of the joint as quickly as possible. This means reducing the pain generator, relaxing compensating muscles, and rehabilitating the surrounding structures around the joint. This...

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