Wellness and Prevention
Improve your health and wellness with regular chiropractic adjustments and other complimentary services. Regular chiropractic wellness care provides measurable health benefits to individuals. Chiropractic wellness care focuses on regular maintenance of the nervous and musculoskeletal system to maintain a healthier life style with increased activity and energy. The nerves and musculoskeletal system controls all the physical activity of the human body. Chiropractic care should be the cornerstone of your wellness care.
The Chiropractic Adjustment
A chiropractic adjustment is a technique in which trained chiropractic physicians use their hands to manipulate the joints of the body in order to correct structural alignment, increase your range of motion, reduce nerve irritability, and improve physical function. Essentially, the chiropractic adjustment is a great way to keep the body functioning well. When the body is in alignment, it is able to respond and perform as it was designed to.
Massage therapy provides a wide variety of benefits for health and wellness. Massage therapy is a treatment targeted at superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques to enhance function, aid in the healing process, and to promote relaxation and overall well-being.
By practicing a healthy diet, many known health issues can be avoided. Dr. Stude is chiropractic board certified in nutrition and trained to provide safe, evidence-based dietary advice and management to our patients.
Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS) is a treatment device that uses electrical frequencies to reduce muscle tension, provide pain relief, and to provide other benefits that assist the body in its healing process, so that progress can be achieved more quickly.
Spinal Traction is a form of decompression therapy that relieves pressure on the spine. Spinal traction stretches the spine and improves the the body's ability to heal itself. It is typically very effective for degenerative changes, disc herniation, and compression injuries, after reducing the likelihood for a surgical procedure.