Advanced Chiropractic Care
Advanced Chiropractic Techniques
When the underlying cause of chronic pain cannot be identified, sufferers can almost be sure that their pain will worsen over time. In order to prevent this recurring pain and provide sufferers with long-term pain-relief, a comprehensive, yet highly effective treatment was developed in the 1980s. Hanson Chiropractic is now proud to offer this incredible treatment that incorporates various aspects of massage therapy, neurology, laser therapy, nutrition, and physical rehab. Known as chiropractic biophysics, this treatment can provide continual relief from pain without the need for prescription drugs or surgeries.
Combating Inflammation and Compression
If we wish to reduce compression and inflammation, we must first address the underlying cause of these issues. In order to do this, we will utilize the following therapies and treatments:
- Cold laser
- Functional nutrition
- Chiropractic adjustments
- Massage therapy
- Non-surgical decompression
A Brief Overview of Chiropractic Biophysics
Chiropractic biophysics (CBP) is used to address poor biomechanics, which is usually the primary cause of chronic pain. CBP is an advanced chiropractic method that involves a combination of collective treatment modalities, and it utilizes the following chiropractic elements:
- Retraining exercises that use mirror imaging to strengthen muscles
- Reshaping ligaments with postural traction
- Restoring joint and nerve function using postural adjustments
The Benefits of Physical Rehabilitation
The first part of the last step of the treatment involves enhancing strength, endurance, and balance. To achieve this, we will rely largely on functional neurology and physical rehabilitation treatments. Physical rehab will largely be responsible for improving strength and endurance.
The Hidden Cause of Chronic Pain – Neurological Imbalances
Unbeknownst to many sufferers of chronic pain, an imbalance in the two hemispheres of the cerebellum is one of the most frequent causes of pain. The cerebellum is located in the lower part of the brain, and each hemisphere controls a distinct set of neurological functions. The left hemisphere is responsible for stabilizing the left spinal muscles, and conversely the right is capable of stabilizing muscles on the right. An imbalance on either side of the cerebellum can prevent uniform spinal stabilization and cause spinal muscles to fill with tension. Over time, this increased tension and instability will contribute to inflammation, and ultimately, pain. When these neurological imbalances in the cerebellum’s hemispheres are addressed, sufferers often experience a high degree of relief.
Achieving Neurological Balance With Chiropractic Biophysics
In order to treat these imbalances, chiropractic biophysics utilizes a painless, non-invasive treatment consisting of vibration, light, auditory, and vestibular therapies. Patients will also engage in eye exercises, and problematic joints will be manipulated. You can learn more about chiropractic biophysics by visiting http://www.idealspine.com/cbp-research/.
Are You Struggling With Pain on a Consistent Basis?
If your life has been marred by the existence of chronic pain, chiropractic biophysics may just be the solution to your problem. Here at Hanson Chiropractic, we have experience administering this remarkable treatment to a plethora of patients. When these neurological and physical issues are addressed, patients often benefit from lasting relief. If you are struggling with chronic pain and inflammation, call our practice at 425-355-3739, or contact us to learn more about this unique drug-free, non-invasive, advanced chiropractic treatment.
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I was blown away by the amount of care and kindness that the Hanson Chiropractic staff put into their clients and into the variety of ways to help heal you. They knew my name by my second visit and have never forgotten it since.
One of my sons had terrible sinus trouble and had undergone surgery to correct the problem but it only got worse. Dr. Hanson examined him and suggested a course of treatment
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