Our facility has a total of eight treatment rooms, each designed with specific types of chiropractic tables to assist our patients with a variety of conditions. Some of our tables have standing patient platforms which can bring the patient from the upright position into the laying position without straining any muscles when getting on and off of the treatment table. Our tables allow us to adjust the height on a per patient basis, meaning there is no height restrictions. As well as there is no weight limit, allowing us to accommodate all patient body types.
We do have an X-ray machine on site. X-rays are the best diagnostic tool that the chiropractor has to visualize any changes in your spine. Once your X-rays are developed, the doctor will review them with you and explain any changes they see in your spine.
We have Three Flexion and Distraction tables.
Flexion and distraction is a chiropractic technique developed by James M. Cox, DC, roughly 50 years ago. This particular treatment method embraces a combination of chiropractic and osteopathic principles using mobilization of various body parts and slow manual traction to treat many different forms of pain that can affect a person’s back, neck, legs, and arms.
Some of the most common conditions treated with the use of flexion distraction tables include herniated discs, back pain as a result of pregnancy, spinal stenosis, and more. A flexion table was developed to work best with slow and controlled movements. With this particular option, the chiropractor manipulates the patient’s body by moving portions of the table as opposed to a more hands-on approach which requires physically manipulating the patient’s limbs and torso.
We have Two tables that accommodate a patient while pregnant.
To adjust a pregnant woman, chiropractors will use adjusting tables to accommodate their growing bellies. Our chiropractors use techniques that won't put pressure on the abdomen. Our Chiropractors can also show you effective stretches for relieving tension and easing discomfort.
We also have Two Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression treatment tables. For more information on those, please view our Decompression tab located at the top of this page.