1. Chiropractic Examination

    In most cases, a chiropractic examination is very similar to standard examination procedures administered by all health care providers who treat musculoskeletal conditions. After a thorough consultation to obtain a detailed history (past history and history of the present complaint), an assessment of vital signs, neurological (nerve) function, orthopedic function, muscle strength,…

  2. Flexion Distraction

    Flexion Distraction (also know as Cox Technique) is a chiropractic technique used to treat many conditions of the lumbar spine (lower back). It is a non-surgical technique aimed at increasing spinal motion and improving overall function by reducing disc bulges and disc herniations. The treatment is a safe, gentle, non-force procedure and…

  3. Physiotherapy Modalities

    Dr. Sellari commonly uses several treatment modalities that provide patient comfort during treatment and help to improve and enhance the overall treatment outcome. These treatments, called therapeutic modalities are used to augment your chiropractic manipulation to help you regain your normal functional mobility. Hot Packs We utilized electrical moist hot packs placed…

  4. Report of Findings

    Following the initial evaluation of review of the diagnostic test, Dr. Sellari provides a complete explanation of the findings in the case. This includes a presentation using computer graphics (when necessary) and a detailed report for the patient. If the condition is within the scope of chiropractic care, a treatment program will…

  5. Chiropractic Manipulation

    Spinal manipulation or chiropractic adjustment is a method of treatment used mostly by chiropractors, as well as some osteopaths. Invented in the 19th century by Daniel David Palmer who is known as the founder of Chiropractic. Spinal manipulation has been described as a specific force (thrust) applied to the vertebra in a…

  6. Therapeutic Exercise

    Therapeutic exercise refers to a range of physical activities that helps restore and build physical strength, endurance, flexibility, balance, and stability. The goal of therapeutic exercise is returning an injured person to a pain-free, fully functioning state. Since we regularly treatment neck and back pain, our office specifically targets core strength. Core…

  7. Trigger Point Therapy

    Myofascial trigger points (MTP), also known as trigger points, are described as hyperirritable spots in the fascia surrounding skeletal muscle. They are associated with palpable nodules in tight muscles. Myofascial trigger points "knots" are a common source of certain musculoskeletal pain. The trigger point model states that unexplained pain frequently radiates from…

  8. EPAT

    EPAT Is A Safe Regenerative Treatment for Acute & Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain. Don’t let pain limit your life, Try EPAT today! This ground-breaking pain treatment is a great alternative to traditional methods. What Is EPAT? EPAT stands for Extracorporeal (outside the body) Pulse Activation Technology. It is non-invasive, treatment that uses a…

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