- Do you suffer from chronic back, shoulder, or neck pain?
- Were you recently in an accident that is causing sudden pain or decreased mobility?
- Are you experiencing anxiety or depression?
What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is an area of practice that incorporates a combination of tissue work, exercise, and nutrition to provide an all-inclusive methodology to resolving physical and emotional problems affecting patients. Treatments help patients by reducing pain, providing greater mobility, and increasing quality of life.
How does Chiropractic work?
After an individual evaluation, Dr. Mason Greenslade at Natural Rhythms Integrated Medicine creates a unique plan to find the root cause of the problem and provide physical relief for the patient. The therapy typically involves one or both of the following methods.
First, using a small device or instrument, known as the Advanced Certified Activator, Dr. Greenslade will safely touch and manipulate joints. This technique helps to realign or balance patients without using manual force.
And second, the Sacro Occipital Technique is a process that helps to remove tension and provide relief by placing padded blocks in strategic locations under the patient’s body. The patient’s own bodyweight helps to provide pain-blocking adjustment to the affected area.
Additionally, depending on a patient’s symptoms, chiropractic treatment also might involve Myofascial Release therapy using applied pressure and targeted exercise, a painless cold laser therapy process, nutrition, exercises, as well as any combination of the described therapies.
What conditions are treated by Chiropractic?
Chiropractic helps with an array of conditions, ailments, and injuries including:
- Shoulder, neck, hip, and back pain or tightness
- Decreased mobility
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Numbness, weakness, or tingling in hands and arms
- Accidents and personal injury
- Headaches or migraines
- Depression and anxiety
- Menstrual issues, such as PMS or cramps
- Menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes or night sweats
- Scar tissue pain
- Immunity issues