Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic is a hands-on approach to healthcare that focuses on diagnosing and treating the cause of pain and dysfunction. Chiropractors focus on the nerves, muscles, and joints of the body and are experts in spinal health. They work to ensure all components are working properly to keep you moving. When your movement becomes restricted, pain and other symptoms can appear. Chiropractic care works to restore motion and improve function of the musculoskeletal system, diagnosing and treating various conditions such as neck pain, back pain, and more.

What makes chiropractic care different at Harmony?

At Harmony Chiropractic, patients have an active role in their care from the start of their very first visit. And by combining in-office treatment with at-home exercises and lifestyle advice, we will work together as a team to help get you on the way to living your best life.

Our chiropractors keep your preferences in mind and choose treatment options that work best for you and your comfort level. They incorporate various techniques and are continually adding to their toolbox.

Treatments Offered:

Manual Diversified

The most common and “typical” technique used in chiropractic practice. Chiropractors use their hands to contact a restricted or misaligned joint, then apply a high velocity, low amplitude (HVLA) thrust to the joint. This restores motion to the joint, therefore improving its function. These are the adjustments which commonly result in a cavitation or “pop” of the joint being manipulated.

Activator/Instrument Assisted

A more gentle approach to care. This technique uses a small handheld tool to apply a small vibratory thrust to a specific joint. It achieves the same results as a manual diversified adjustment, but with significantly less force. This technique is often used on infant and elderly patients, but is also used on patients of all ages. If you’re nervous about hearing those “popping” noises, this technique is for you!

Graston Technique

Graston Technique is a form of Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM). By using gentle massage or scraping methods with a specifically-designed stainless steel instrument, providers can detect and break down muscle knots and scar tissue.

Flexion Distraction Technique

A gentle, non-force technique for the lower back that slowly distracts and flexes the spine to increase movement and alleviate pressure on the nerves and joints of the spine. A specialized table is used for this technique.

If you’re unsure if chiropractic care is right for you, or want to learn more about the techniques we offer, we are happy to provide free consultations. Click the link below to book, or give our office a call.

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