Providing quality care to Las Vegas since 1996
Our physician performs a medical evaluation after reviewing your health history and previous medical records. Based on the findings and the correlation to the medical history, appropriate tests, including x-rays, are performed onsite. Any necessary referrals to outside specialists are arranged to accommodate the patient’s schedule. Patients are re-evaluated every two weeks to monitor progress.
We can perform many tests in-house, including digital x-rays. In the event
you need orthopedic, neurological, MRI/CAT scans, EMG/NCV or pain management referrals, we work with excellent service providers. Your internal and external test results are maintained in our patient files.
Physical therapy is used to restore your mobility through the use of hands-on techniques in conjunction with various modalities (heat, ice, ultrasound, traction) and therapeutic excercise programs tailored towards each patient's needs.
All evaluation and testing results are used to create a customized action plan that provides the path to your wellness. In the course of your treatment, this plan can be used to track your progress and arrival at critical milestones.
Spinal Decompression therapy is used to provide a non-surgical decompression in the spine. It attempts to release nerve compression by manipulating the spinal anatomy back into place. Spinal decompression therapy is designed to unload the spinal disc. Any back pain or neck pain caused by a damaged disc may be helped by spinal decompression therapy.
Spinal Decompression is a safe and effective spinal treatment method that eliminates the normal risks associated with invasive proceduress, such as injections, anesthesia or surgery. Spinal decompression therapy is not recommended for everyone; however, every patient is evaluated on an individual basis.
The chiropractic physician will perform an evaluation after reviewing your medical records and x-rays to determine the frequency, severity and location of your symptoms. The evaluation includes locating displacements of the spinal bones, swelling and abnormal spinal curvatures. Further testing will identify improper head, neck and pelvic coordination. A treatment plan is established and may include manipulation, electrical muscle stimulation, ultrasound, mechanical massage, decompression, active/passive stretches, therapeutic exercises and the use of a rolling massage table.
Massage is part of your overall care plan. The pressing, rubbing and manipulating of your skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments promotes the healing process. Massage is used to enhance function, aid in range of motion, and decrease muscle spasms and pain.