Medical Acupuncture
[Neurofunctional Acupuncture]

When inserted into the skin, acupuncture needles stimulate an inflammatory response to promote local healing in deep tissue structures that can’t be reached by other superficial techniques. The application of electrical stimulation to the needle activates the surrounding nerve fibers, immediately influencing sensation and muscle contractility to improve pain and athletic performance.

Chiropractic Manipulation

Traditional joint mobilizations involve a high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) thrust applied to a restricted joint (spine and extremities) in order to restore range of motion and stimulate the nervous system. When performed in combination with other soft tissues techniques that restore flexibility and muscle activation, the benefits on pain and joint mobility can be expressed long term.

Myofascial Cupping

Glass or silicone cups are placed on the skin to create suction to decompress muscle tissues by lifting the superficial layer of fascia. This causes the tissue beneath the cup to swell, leading to increase in blood flow to the affected area. Enhanced blood flow under the cups draws inflammation and toxins away from the nearby tissues and organs towards the surface for elimination.

Fascial Stretch Therapy™

Fascial Stretch Therapy™ is a pain-free, table-based assisted stretching technique focusing on the fascial lines that connect throughout your entire body and wrap around muscle, nerves, joint capsules and organs. Mild pressure is applied while moving the joint along with the surrounding tissues to help the fascia and muscles relax at the same time for greater range of motion. It works by moving the joint along with the surrounding tissues to help the fascia and muscles relax at the same time


Micro-Conditioning is a gentle soft tissue technique designed to treat between the layers of muscle and fascia to create pliability between these connective tissues where nerve fibers are traveling. These nerves provide information going to and from the central nervous system for processing pain, knowing where your limb and body is in space, and even strength.


Instrument assisted manual soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) techniques heal the body by intentionally producing micro-traumas in specific regions to bring heat to the area. Certain techniques focus more on the breaking up of adhesions and healing through the start of the inflammatory process; while others focus on bringing toxins and excessive heat to the body’s surface to be released.

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