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Therapies

  • Chiropractic Care

    Chiropractic Care

    Chiropractic care is a natural form of health care that assists with disorders of musculoskeletal system, the nervous system, and the effects of such disorders on general health.

  • IV Hydration

    IV Hydration

    IV Therapy is a minimally invasive, effective way to rehydrate the body and increase performance. IV Therapy delivers what your body needs directly to the bloodstream – rather than losing active ingredients through the digestive system.

  • RockTape

    RockTape

    RockTape is a type of kinesio tape. Kinesio tape is a special type of adhesive tape that is placed on the body to help promote muscle function and recovery from injuries.

  • Graston Technique

    Graston Technique

    The Graston Technique is essentially a type of therapy that uses instruments to assist in the mobilization of soft tissues of the body. It is a very popular technique that gives patients a great deal of relief.

  • Acupuncture / Cupping

    Acupuncture

    Both cupping therapy and acupuncture are used to treat a broad range of symptoms, relieve pain and promote healing. You may be wondering how cupping therapy differs from acupuncture procedures.

  • Botox

    Botox

    If you’re looking for a way to refresh your face and erase the evidence of aging and stress, Botox may be the solution for you. Different from facial fillers, Botox relaxes tense muscles that cause wrinkles and defined expression lines.

  • Physical Therapy

    Physical Therapy

    Physical therapy (PT) is an exercise program that helps you improve movement, relieve pain, encourage blood flow for faster healing, and restore your physical function and fitness level.

  • Epley Maneuver

    Epley Maneuver

    The Epley maneuver is an exercise performed to treat a form of vertigo or dizziness caused by a medical disorder called BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo).

  • Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy is one of the treatment modalities to treat orthopedic conditions where specially designed exercises and equipment help patients restore their normal physical activities.

  • Vitamin Infusions

    Vitamin Infusions

    Administration of a liquid mixture of vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream intravenously (through a needle that is passed directly into your vein) is known as vitamin infusions.

  • Infusion

    Infusion

    Infusion is a procedure of delivering medications or other fluids directly into your vein. The procedure, also called intravenous (IV) administration, is performed using a needle or catheter that is inserted into the vein.

  • Immunotherapy and Biologic Injections

    Immunotherapy and Biologic Injections

    Your immune system includes the white blood cells and the lymphatic system including your bone marrow, which work together to ward off diseases and infection and keep you healthy and strong.

  • Trigger Point Injections

    Trigger Point Injections

    A trigger point injection or TPI is a minimally invasive outpatient procedure employed for the treatment of chronic muscle pain, stiffness, and inflammation caused by trigger points.

  • Botox for Chronic Migraine, Dystonia, and Spasticity Treatment

    Botox for Chronic Migraine, Dystonia, and Spasticity Treatment

    Botox is a type of purified protein synthesized from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Botox injection or Botulinum toxin injection is administered through a fine needle into the treatment area and works by blocking the action of certain chemicals that induce muscle contraction or spasm and relaxing the contracted muscles.

  • Manual Therapy

    Manual Therapy

    Specific skilled movements performed on the joints and soft tissue of your body by a therapist (an experienced orthopedic clinician) is called manual therapy. It is one of the components of physical therapy and includes massage, manipulation, stretching, mobilization, and other soft tissue techniques.

  • Therapeutic Exercises

    Therapeutic Exercises

    Therapeutic exercises are well-planned physical activities or systematic body movements or postures performed to improve physical function and reduce pain. These exercises may focus on one or multiple areas of the body.