KaiZen Medical Group has technologies available that allow you to receive pop-free chiropractic adjustments, as well as traditional forms of manual treatment. This allows for less aggressive forms of adjustments if you’ve experienced injury, such as following an automobile accident, or if you just prefer a gentler technique. Dr. Hruby works closely with the medical team to help develop your care plan to ensure the treatments they’re administering work in sync with each other. This provides you the best possible care.
Chiropractic treatment is one of the leading methods for keeping the body aligned. The staff assists you with exercises that help rebuild strength, improve flexibility, and stabilize your structure for both your immediate and long-term health. In addition to manual adjustments, you may also receive adjunct rehabilitative therapies, such as traction, vibration therapy, electrical stimulation, and acupressure massage.
Even after your symptoms have resolved, continued chiropractic care can be a good idea. Just because the acute symptoms of your accident or injury disappear does not mean your subluxations are corrected. The trauma of injury and countless other stresses you experience daily take a toll on your spine over time. Continued care minimizes these effects.
The ProAdjuster is a state-of-the-art handheld device used to scan your spine and identify problem areas that need rehab. It’s a noninvasive way to figure out where you’ve suffered injury to the spine and how chiropractic care may help.
These injuries are often defined as subluxations, or misalignments, in your vertebrae. A subluxation causes interference to your nervous system, which compromises your body’s natural ability to heal itself and function at optimal levels.
Most people look forward to chiropractic adjustments as it provides relief. When you allow the vertebrae in your spine to return to their proper position, you may notice less stress and tension. This ultimately allows your body to function better as a whole.
During a chiropractic adjustment, the sound you may hear is not your bones “cracking” or “popping.” That sound is created by gas rushing in to fill the partial vacuum created when the joints are slightly separated. Not all chiropractic adjustment techniques produce this noise.
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