Nexpert Chiropractic helps with:
- Neck pain
- Whiplash injury
- Headache, cervicogenic etiology
- Radiating pain in the arm, midscapular area
- Base of the neck pain, stiffness, numbness
- Midback, low back pain
- Intervertebral disc damage
- Pinching nerve, sciatica, intercostals neuralgia
- Posture problem: scoliosis, hyperlordosis, kyphosis
- Rehabilitation after work-, auto-, sport-injury
A chiropractic spinal adjustment (the application of a precise force to the specific part of the spinal segment) corrects the vertebral subluxation (partial dislocation of a joint), permitting normal nerve transmission, innate recuperative capability and effective health and adaptation of the person.
Spinal decompression uses medical technology that gently stretches the spine and decompresses the discs. This technique has shown the ability to gently separate the vertebrae apart from each other, thus creating a vacuum space inside the discs that are being targeted. This vacuum effect or negative pressure can induce the retraction of herniated discs. The retraction is microscopic, however, cumulative treatments have produced results that are quite dramatic.
The cycles of decompression and relaxation promote the diffusion of nutritive-reach fluids, oxygen and water from outside of the disc inside. This will promote the healing process of torn and degenerated discs.
In the offices of Nexpert Chiropractic, several different types of decompression therapy are available to our patients that include:
– Intersegmental traction
– Axial traction
We will offer an individually tailored massage therapy for our patients based on their condition and treatment plan. Our skilled massage practitioners will employ a symphonious use of Swedish massage, Deep Tissue massage, and Hot Stone massage to help maximize your chiropractic treatment outcome.
Massage therapy provides relief to people of all ages and activity levels. It will provide relief from muscular pain and stiffness, lower back pain, leg pain and headaches among many other conditions.
Electrical Muscle Stimulation (Interferential) This technique elicits muscle contractions through the use of electric impulses. The impulses are transmitted through electrodes placed on the skin and are meant to mimic the action potentials that take place in the central nervous system, ultimately causing muscles to contract. This therapy causes muscle fibers to adapt or train. The main use of EMS is for the purposes of rehabilitation. It has been shown to prevent disuse muscle atrophy, which commonly results after musculoskeletal injuries. Another variation of treatment focuses on alleviating muscle spasticity and elimination of spasms.
This therapy uses the ultrasound equipment to generate high frequency sound waves that get transmitted to a specific body are via a probe. This particular wavelength of sound will travel deep into the affected tissues, such as muscle, creating gentle heat. The resulting heat induces vasodilatation, thus, drawing blood into the target tissues. Increased perfusion of tissues brings with it oxygen and nutrients while removing toxins—aspects that are critical in promoting tissue healing.
Acupuncture is one of the oldest therapies in the world. It involves the insertion of extremely thin needles through your skin, to various depths, at precisely strategic points on your body. Acupuncture is used to stimulate nerves, muscles and connective tissues. Such stimulation appears to boost the activity of your body’s natural painkillers and induce the increase of nutritive and healing blood flow. The latest research has shown promising findings in the use of acupuncture for such conditions as chronic low-back pain and it provides another natural alternative to complement the chiropractic way of treatment of pain without drugs.
Dr. Pisarev has developed a new approach of performing of stretching exercises that will complement your treatment plan and are essential in maintaining proper range of motion, flexibility, health of your spine and body and pain prevention.