We provide a conservative pain management option through specialized soft tissue therapy, therapeutic exercise, and joint manipulation/mobilization

Andrew Maloy


Joint Manipulation/Mobilization

We utilize a variety of techniques to improve the motion of a joint, decrease pain and reduce stiffness. This includes both chiropractic adjustment "popping" techniques or more gentle joint mobilization techniques (for those who don't like "popping" or can't receive a chiropractic adjustment).

Soft Tissue Therapy

Soft tissue therapy is performed by hand or with instruments. These techniques are used to reduce myofascial tension, improve range of motion, and decrease pain. We utilize a variety of techniques including: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), active and passive muscle stretching techniques, trigger point therapy, and instrument assisted myofascial release (IASTM) and cupping.

Rehabilitative Exercises

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabalization (DNS), Neurodynamics, Therapeutic Exercises

Whether you just got recently or have been dealing with an issue for a long time neuromuscular control is crucial. Rehabilitative exercises are used to improve overall mobility, decrease pain, re-establish joint control, and strengthen proper movement patterns. We utilize a variety of advanced techniques in order to heal both acute and chronic pain. These techniques include: Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabalization (DNS), Neurodynamics, and a variety of other therepeutic exercises.  

Dry Needling

With or Without Electrical Stimulation

Dry needling is a technique that uses acupuncture needles to target trigger points within a muscle. For stuborn trigger points, electrical stimulation can be attached to the needles. Dry needling with or without electrical stimulation can relieve muscle tightness, decrease pain, aid with chronic pain disorders, and help chronic migraines.