Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical traction based treatment outcome for herniated or bulging discs in the neck and lower back, here at SPINOUS we use the state-of-the-art non-surgical spinal decompression system; the KDT 650. Anyone who has back, neck, arm or leg pain may be helped by spinal decompression therapy.- Learn more
IASTM or instrument-assisted soft-tissue mobilization is an advanced soft tissue technique. Chiropractic Physicians have always used their hands (as the main ways of treatment)to increase blood flow and break up adhesions in soft tissue (mainly muscles), in some cases hands alone can’t treat or clearly detect adhesions (usually in deeper layer muscles) hence, came the need for an advanced tool system.- Learn more
Chiropractic Physician or a Chiropractor is a Doctor that has a D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic) license. A chiropractor is a Physician that focuses on the structure and function of the NeuroMuscloSkelaton system; this system includesthe muscles, bones, joints and nerves; particularly the spine. A Chiropractor is especially helpful for conditions that are mechanical in nature; and symptoms of Stiff painful joints and tight sore muscles. .- Learn more
Foot orthotics are devices that are designed to fit inside shoes to assist in proper foot function. Orthotic devices are manufactured from impressions made by the contour and alignment of the foot, then modified to compensate for abnormalities.Orthotic devices are manufactured for a variety of foot conditions. They are used by people of all ages and lifestyles.- Learn more
Kanisio Taping is currently being used by therapists to change muscle tone, correct movement patterns, and improve posture. The Kinesio Taping Method is a unique method of applying Kanisio Tape in a specific pattern and location in order to create change in the nuromuscloskeletel systems.- Learn more
It has been estimated that approximately 80% of people in Western countries have experienced low back pain (LBP) at some point in their lives. Most cases resolve within 2-4 weeks without any medical intervention. However, within 1 year following the first episode of LBP, 60-80% of patients will have recurring pain. Current research has reported that in most cases of LBP, certain muscles of the back that stabilize the spine are reflexively inhibited (shutdown) after injury. These muscles do not spontaneously recover even if patients are pain free with a return to normal activity levels.