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How we explore your problem. We believe that point of care examination saves you time and cost, as we are able to acquire more immediate data and provide expedited care. Some advanced tests need to be referred out (MRI, CT, blood and stool samples). This list includes tests and procedures that we perform in office.
We select our techniques depending on the type of problem(s) you have. These techniques include the following:
- Activator Adjusting
- Cold Laser Therapy
- Cox-Flexion Distraction (for disc problems)
- Cranial Manipulation
- Kinesio Taping
- Scoliosis Procedures and Therapy
- Soft Tissue Manipulation
- Spinal and Extremity Adjusting
- Structural Rehabilitation
- Ultrasound and Scenar
- Vibrational Therapy
- Visceral Manipulation
Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging
Is a non-painful, physiological, evaluation of skin temperature variations. These variations are due to changes in blood vessel and autonomic nervous system function. A variety of problems can be identified, including; blood clots, infections, pain syndromes and breast tissue changes.
This procedure helps to identify chest pain and differentiate as to whether or not it is due to the actual heart or the chest wall. It is also used to evaluate electrical conduction problems, such as rhythm disorders.
Heidelberg Gastric pH testing
Allows for real-time testing of the stomach and small intestines, using a telemetry unit to evaluate various digestive disorders such as, Hyper-chlohydria (too much stomach acid) and Hypo-chlohydria (too little stomach acid), both of which, can have the same symptoms. Other stomach and small intestine problems include: Dumping syndromes and GERD. Based on the test results, effective, drug-free, treatment program(s) can then be recommended. www.phcapsule.com
An effective tool used to help target perceptual issues relating to unresolved stress in our lives and experiences. Over time, there have been a large number of techniques and approaches used to deal with and correct biochemical and physical problems, but very few approaches that could accurately target and help resolve stress. This was especially true when the underlying root of the stress was not readily known. Explore more about NET
A non-invasive therapy that helps the brain learn healthy, self-regulation techniques. Poor nerve regulation will produce a variety of symptoms including: ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, learning disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, reading impairment, and auditory processing issues, OCD, ODD, sensory integration, addictions, migraines, seizures, autism, Aspbergers, Tourettes, tics and dementia. NFB has also been very effective in relieving symptoms of traumatic brain injury and stroke.Explore more about Neurofeedback
Pulmonary Function Testing
Used to evaluate and monitor lung function for disorders like asthma and COPD.
Quantitative analysis of electrical brain activity is a non-evasive tool used to measure brain activity while a person is doing different tasks. This tool assists in the diagnosis of brain disorders such as ADD, anxiety, seizures, autism spectrum disorder, learning disorders and depression. It is also used to aid in selecting the appropriate Neurofeedback treatment protocol relating to these disorders.
Test of Variable Attention (TOVA) is a standardized test used to measure ones attention span and impulsivity. The standard base-line is norm-referenced, or relative to ones gender and age. It helps form an objective evaluation in order to better measure the degree of ADD problems and their remediation when treated with successful therapy, including that of NFB.
Is used for point-of-care imaging; otherwise known as taking pictures, in a sense, of the abdomen, thyroid and vascular structures. This tool is very useful for finding gall bladder stones, aneurysms, vascular stenosis, and tumor masses.
Web and IntegNeuro
Are objective, neuro-cognitive tests that measure a variety of brain functions including memory, language skills, attention, and mood recognition. They can be repeated as needed, throughout ones therapy in order to assess for areas of improvement.
Obesity has become an epidemic here in America. Approximately one out of every three Americans are overweight. Excess weight contributes to 300,000 deaths per year and adds $100 Billion per year in health care related costs. Obesity contributes to: heart disease, diabetes, cancers, high blood pressure, arthritis and gall bladder problems. We offer a comprehensive program that addresses dietary intake, appetite control, and emotional sabotage. What is needed for success is your motivation and commitment.
Useful to asses for fractures, degeneration, tumors, scoliosis and mechanical problems.