Dynamic Core Stabilization: the ability to
stabilize the lower back and pelvis region
during complex movements through the
correct recruitment of the deep muscles of
the abdomen, lower back and pelvic floor.
Custom Splinting: some injuries require
immobilization and when that occurs having
a splint that actually is made for you is by far
superior to something you purchase that is
mass produced.
Heartmath: Evidence-based techniques and
technology provide objective and
measurable ways to see improvements in
physiological and behavioral functioning.


Spinal Decompression – Accu-SPINA:
Intervertebral Differential Dynamics (IDD)
Therapy is a precise, computer-controlled,
advanced form of spinal decompression
therapy used to open the disc space
between targeted vertebrae to alleviate the
pain caused by disc compression and
degeneration. Compressed discs (also
known as bulging, slipped, ruptured,
prolapsed, or herniated discs) are the root
cause of many issues that affect our bodies –
not just the neck and back, but also arms,
legs, and extremities.
Quantum Alignment Technique: Is a method
of removing the charge of trauma from the
tissues and connecting tissues to the sensory
motor cortex of the brain


Whelton Myofascial Referral Technique: is an
effective and simple treatment that instantly
relieves pain, dramatically increases the
range of motion, decreases muscle spasms,
and accelerates healing.
Total Motion Release: is an innovative,
patient-centered approach to healing and
relieving pain. It can help in treating a
variety of musculoskeletal dysfunctions
including weakness, pain, loss of motion in
joints, and stiffness from the neck to the feet.
Epley Maneuver: The Epley maneuver or
repositioning maneuver is a maneuver used
by medical professionals to treat one
common cause of vertigo, benign
paroxysmal positional vertigo of the posterior
or anterior canals of the ear.


Kinesiotape/Rock Tape: it is used to aid
muscle movement. It’s a thin, flexible tape
that is meant to relieve pain, reduce swelling
and inflammation, and provide support to
joints and muscles. K-tape was originally
developed to enhance athletic
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization: is a
treatment, exercise and rehabilitation
method that reprograms the brain to restore
posture, stability and movement throughout
the body. The DNS approach is so
groundbreaking and has such a powerful
influence on improving movement that it has
been integrated into the exercise and
rehabilitation programs of Olympic and
professional level athletes.

Visceral Manipulation

Visceral Manipulation: is a method in which a
skilled practitioner listens to the body
with their hands to improve the internal
communication thus relieving imbalance
and pain
Manual Thermal Technique: utilizes sensitivity
to temperature changes to identify and treat
dysfunction within the body.
Visceral Emotion Technique: A manual
osteopathic technique to release
musculoskeletal restrictions that can help
release trapped emotions.
Neural Reset Therapy: This technique allows
the therapist to reset the nervous system to
release muscles from excessive tension and
pain within seconds


Primal Reflex Release Technique: PRRT is a
method in which the reflexes are utilized to
treat the body by downregulating an over
response by the muscles, like with a muscle
spasm, or balance the musculoskeletal
Muscle Energy Technique: Muscle energy
technique (MET) is a type of osteopathic
technique designed to improve
musculoskeletal function through mobilizing
joints and stretching tight muscles and fascia,
to reduce pain, and to improve circulation
and lymphatic flow.
Craniosacral: is a gentle, non-invasive,
hands-on approach to relieve restrictions
and pain around the central nervous system.


ASTYM: a method of soft tissue management
where utilizing specific tools can help break
up scar tissue and muscle damage to
promote healing.
Active Release Technique: is a patented soft
tissue technique that can treat muscles,
tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.