Chiropractors hold a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree from an institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the same organization that issues accreditation for medical schools. Chiropractors in the United States are required to complete a Doctor of Chiropractor (DC) degree in order to practice. Chiropractors are doctors of chiropractic medicine and are considered physicians.

Chiropractic adjustment is a procedure in which trained specialists (Chiropractors) use their hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled, sudden force to a spinal joint. The goal of this procedure, also known as spinal manipulation, is to improve spinal motion and improve your body’s physical function.

Chiropractic manipulative treatment (CMT) is a form of manual treatment to influence joint and neurophysiological function. This treatment may be accomplished using a variety of techniques.

Benefits: Spinal manipulation is one of several nondrug approaches that may be used to treat acute and chronic low-back pain. It may lead to small improvements in both pain and function. Function means how low-back pain affects various aspects of people’s lives, such as walking, standing, sleeping, and doing household tasks.

Therapeutic modalities refer to the administration of thermal, mechanical, electromagnetic and light energies for therapeutic purposes. They are commonly used by physiotherapists to help their patients/clients achieve therapy goals: pain relief or modulation, reduce inflammation.

Physical modalities refer to any therapeutic medium that uses the transmission of energy to or through the patient. Physical forces such as heat, cold, pressure, water, light, sound, or electricity can be used as adjunctive treatment for the purpose of decreasing pain.

Physical therapists have a range of modalities, or treatment methods, they can choose from to help reduce pain and inflammation, as well as improve your endurance, strength, and range of motion as you rehab from a musculoskeletal injury or movement dysfunction.

Physio Therapy: the treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise rather than by drugs or surgery; physical therapy.

Ultrasound: Ultrasound therapy uses sound waves to produce vibrations, which create heat that penetrates deep within the tissues. The heat generated helps relax musculature, increase blood flow, speed up healing, and reduce inflammation of the injured tissue.

Electrical Stimulation: Electric stimulation therapy is a therapeutic treatment that applies electrical stimulation in treating muscle spasms and pain. It can help prevent atrophy and build strength in patients with injuries. It is also helpful in keeping muscles active especially after any type spinal cord injury or strokes.

Decompression Traction Table: A decompression treatment gently lengthens and releases the spine through repetitive movements by the revolutionary HillDT Spinal Decompression table. As the table pulls and releases, a negative pressure change is created within the intervertebral disc, surrounding soft tissue and spinal joints.

Radial Pressure Wave (RPW): An RPW device is held next to the skin by the physical therapist during treatment. The device emits Radial Pressure Wave into the injured tissues, increasing blood flow and growth hormones to the area and promoting new tissue growth. RPW therapy is often used to treat tendinopathy and hard-to-heal ligament injuries.

Low-Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT), Photobiostimulation, Cold Laser, etc. is a light-based technology proven to be highly effective in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems, and wound healing, the process results in the elimination of symptoms, including pain, and stimulates the body’s immune system response, facilitating natural healing.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy(HBOT): is a type of treatment used to speed up healing of carbon monoxide poisoning, gangrene, wounds that won’t heal, and infections in which tissues are starved for oxygen.

The use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) to treat concussions and traumatic brain injuries in patients aims to relieve symptoms and accelerate recovery by promoting damaged tissue repair and angiogenesis, or blood vessel growth. This allows your cells to begin healing tissues and prevents cell death. HBOT is a non-invasive and convenient treatment option for those struggling with concussion symptoms. Medical studies have shown that hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves outcomes in TBI patients.

Intersegmental Roller Table: The rolling motion of the table helps to stretch and massage the muscles, promoting relaxation and reducing tension. This can help alleviate pain and discomfort in the back, neck, and other areas of the body. Chiropractic roller tables can also help improve range of motion and flexibility in patients.

Flexion Distraction Table: A flexion distraction is explicitly aimed at treating the spinal cord with gentle, controlled, and safe traction methods that aim to induce healing or recovery in the spinal cord and its region.

Diathermy: Diathermy is treatment that delivers energy to treat specific areas of the body. These treatments are typically used for the following purposes: Relieve pain, stiffness and muscle spasms. Reduce joint contractures.

Manual Massage (15 minutes): therapy that increases active pain-free range of motion, increases the extensibility of myofascial tissue, and facilitates return to functional activities. This code is reported in units of 15 minutes.

Radiograph (X Ray): It is used to diagnose or treat patients by recording images of the internal structure of the body to assess the presence or absence of disease, foreign objects, and structural damage or anomaly. During a radiographic procedure, an x-ray beam is passed through the body.