At The FIX Rehab and Wellness, we pride ourselves in keeping up-to-date with the latest evidenced based practices and leading therapeutic techniques used in Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, and Athletic training to ensure incomparable patient treatments. We gladly accept and treat personal injury, motor vehicle accidents (MVA), personal injury cases. The following are some of the main techniques utilized.
Active Release Techniques (ART)
KinesioTape / Therapeutic Taping
Physical Rehabilitative therapy
Orthotics - Custom foot inserts
Functional Movement Screens (FMS) / Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
Strength and Conditioning
Spinal and Postural Evaluations
Diagnostic X Ray Imaging
FAKTR - Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation
Electric Muscle Stimulation
Fascial Stretch Therapy - FST
Flexion & Distraction
Pregnancy / Pediatric
Chiropractic care is valuable to our overall health because our brain communicates through the body's nervous system by sending messages through our spinal column. This means, the spine acts as an internal message conductor and taking proper care of it can restore and help maintain balance within the body, allowing you to live life to the fullest.
A method which encourages the body to promote natural healing by stimulating specific points on the body. Acupuncture uses specially placed, hair-thin, needles to enhance the natural healing ability of the body.
Active Release Techniques - ART- Is a movement based massage technique which treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Many conditions such as headaches, back and shoulder pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee problems, and shin splints can be resolved quickly and permanently using the Active Release Technique.
A method of treatment which emphasizes education and active patient involvement in the management of their treatment in order to decrease pain quickly, which in turn restores function and independence.
A vital component to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, an assessment is made which analyzes various health needs in regards to diet and exercise. A nutritional counselor helps the patient set achievable health goals and teaches various ways of maintaining these goals throughout their lifetime.
Designed to mimic human skin, when applied the tape improves the range of motion and strength. This technique gives support and stability to the joints and muscles without affecting circulation and range of motion.
Physical rehabilitative therapy is concerned with the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, pain syndromes, and other physical impairments or disabilities. The primary focus is to alleviate pain and to restore maximum physical function for the patient.
Massage therapy is the manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. This aims to enhance function, aids in the healing process, and promotes relaxation and well-being. Massage therapy works in conjunction with the Dr’s prescribed treatment plan
Orthotics is concerned with the design, fitting, and supervised use of devices that provide support or assist weak and abnormal joints.
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and Functional Movement Screens (FMS) are ranking systems which are utilized to assess the most basic movement patterns (balance, mobility/flexibility, body awareness, core control) which helps to identify faulty patterns and aiding in pain relief and injury prevention.
FST is a table-based assisted stretching technique that works to release tight connective tissue, muscles and fascia through a series of movements. It can increase flexibility, reduce tightness, improve speed, strength and agility. It can minimize injuries during training and competition, relieve stress and live a more pain free and comfortable life!
Diagnostic X Ray imaging improves the precision of making the correct diagnosis before treatment begins. It helps the physician identify the source of the problem and is most commonly used in managing musculoskeletal problems
Spinal and postural evaluations are complimentary and given to new patients. The spine has three natural curvatures, which can become exaggerated in one direction or the other. By correcting faulty posture, overall health and quality of life is also improved.