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Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury or disease by physical methods rather than by drugs or surgery


Pressure wave technology accelerates the healing process in the body by stimulating the metabolism

and enhancing blood circulation to regenerate damaged tissue.


Strong energy pulses are applied to the affected area. These pulses occur for short periods of time,

creating micro-cavitation bubbles that expand and burst. The force created by these bubbles penetrates tissue and stimulates cells in the body that are responsible for healing bone and connective tissue.

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Medical Wave is the new and improved version of Ultrasound Therapy


Postural Re-education is for anyone with a musculoskeletal problem

The objective of postural re-education is to find the source of the problem by following the network of muscular rigidity and then correcting it little by little also decreasing the risk of recurrence over a long period of time.


Gradual tension is application on the chain of muscles in combination with proper breathing.

It helps to regain strength, length and flexibility to the muscles responsible for the problem.

Long term articular deterioration is prevented by helping healing and eliminating pain and its symptoms in its entirety.


Used for localized soft tissue pain relief - Especially for muscle strains and fibromyalgia


Deep tissue stimulation by delivering small pulsating electric currents directly on the muscles to promote blood circulation and soft tissue healing. Releases tension and stress, relieves muscle soreness, tightness and body aches. Improve joint function by decreasing inflammation and promotes healing.


Physiotherapy exercises strengthen muscles, improves function, and has been scientifically proven to be one of the most effective ways that to can solve or prevent pain and injury


Heat is primarily for relaxation, comfort, and relief of muscle pain, stiffness, and cramping due to over exertion, strain, osteoarthritis, knotted trigger points, and most kinds of cramping including menstrual, neuropathic, restless leg syndrome, rheumatic diseases, fibromyalgia, vitamin D deficiency, and sleep deprivation.


Applying ice to an injury has been shown to reduce pain due to inflammation. The most commonly iced acute injuries are ligament sprains, muscle strains, severe bruises, chronic overuse or tissue fatigue injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, supraspinatus tendinitis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, and arthritis.

We provide Complete Chiropractic Care for the Entire Family

As well as Acupuncture, Physiotherapies Including Medical Pressure Wave Therapy, Orthotics

Massage Therapy, Nutrition, Diabetic Education and Health and Wellness Products

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