Treatments Offered


Manual Therapy

A hands on treatment technique used to improve mobility in restricted joints, connective tissues and muscles.  Decreases pain and inflammation, promotes tissue repair, improves range of motion facilitating movement and improving function.

IMS / Dry Needling

Intramuscular Stimulation or Dry Needling uses acupuncture needles to treat a variety of neuro-musculoskeletal pain syndromes caused by irritation/pressure on the nerves which causes muscles to become shortened and hypersensitive. 

Traction/Spinal Decompression

A motorized traction device gently stretches the spine taking pressure off the spinal disks. Promotes bulging/herniated disks to retract, taking pressure off nerves that may have been compressed.  Decompression allows movement of nutrient-rich fluids into the disks so they can heal.  It is also helpful to mobilize stiff joints, stretch muscles and thus, effectively decrease or eliminate back pain.


To help decrease inflammation, pain and muscle spasm and promote healing, a number of therapeutic modalities may be used such as ultrasound, electrotherapy (NMES, TENS and IFC), cryotherapy, moist hot packs and wax.


Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Release (Graston Technique)

Use of specialized instruments to locate and effectively break down fascial restrictions and scar tissue. Using controlled microtrauma to affected soft tissue causes the stimulation of a local inflammatory response which initiates re-absorption of scar tissue and facilitates a cascade of healing activities resulting in remodeling of affected soft tissue structures. Adhesions within the soft tissue which may have developed as a result of surgery, repeated strain or other mechanisms, are broken down allowing full functional restoration to occur.

Therapeutic Exercise

A specially designed exercise program will help you to take control of your condition, prevent re-injury and progress towards your performance and rehabilitation goals. Includes sport movement analysis for athletes to ensure the program is geared to help them improve technique and address repetitive strain injury.