Chiropractors at City View assess injuries related to the spine, nervous system and joints of the extremities and provide diagnosis and treatment for these conditions.
Active Release Technique® (ART®)
has become one of the most sought after soft-tissue treatments in the world today. It’s one of the most effective forms of treatments for a wide variety of soft-tissue and respective-motion injuries.
is the use of monochromatic light emission from a low intensity laser diode (250 milliwatts or less) or an array of high intensity super luminous diodes. Conditions treated include musculoskeletal injuries, chronic and degenerative conditions and wounds. The light source is placed in contact with the skin allowing the energy to penetrate tissue where it interacts with various intracellular biomolecules resulting in the restoration of normal cell morphology and function. This also enhances the body’s natural healing processes.
is effective in relieving pain and reducing swelling. According to the theory behind IFC, pain needs to be relieved because it produces spasms and unnatural movement within the body. This restriction can lead to even more injuries.
The IFC current has an analogies effect that deadens the pain and a vasodilatory effect on the tissues which means it causes the blood vessels to dilate or expand. The permeability of the cells increases along with the improved flow of the venous and lymphatic systems ultimately reducing swelling. Read More
The goal is to decrease pain and spasms, and promote vasoconstriction.
- Cryotherapy is any treatment that involves the use of freezing or near-freezing temperatures.
- Because cryotherapy is new, some potential benefits are not yet proven.
- Cryotherapy might be a safe alternative treatment and preventative for many ailments.
- Cryotherapy can be unpleasant, particularly for people who are unaccustomed to the cold.
Provided and Instructed for muscle relief and strengthening.
Complete Concussion Management (CCMI™)
Concussion assessments, treatments and rehabilitation. A thorough assessment and the right treatment approach can help patients and athletes safely recover from a concussion. Rest is no longer considered the best approach to concussion care. Early intervention of various therapies can significantly improve recovery following a concussion. Through a thorough assessment and the right treatment approach, trained healthcare practitioners can help patients safely return to learn, work and play.
Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese medicine. Acupuncture needles are smoothly inserted into the skin for natural healing that improves energy in the body and relieves pain such as acute and chronic tendinitis, headaches and arthritis. Standard acupuncture involves the insertion of thin needles into the body at various points to stimulate the nerves and muscles. It is sometimes used in conjunction with heat, pressure or (laser) light therapy. Often used as an adjunct to other forms of treatment, acupuncture aims to relieve pain as well as treat a range of other conditions.