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At Arcand Chiropractic, we are firm believers that every patient brings their own story and presents their problems in different ways. In such a case, treatment options can vary from patient to patient. We are proud to offer a multitude of treatment options to our patients, allowing for optimal results for each individual!

Osteopath at Work
Joint Manipulation

The basis of Chiropractic care.  Our doctors are able to locate any joint restrictions throughout the body by utlizing either motion palpation or leg length analysis. Identifying these restrictions allows us to treat the affeceted area and restore normal motion. This is either performed manually, with the use of Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT) blocks,  or with the use of a gentle yet effective tool known as an Activator. 

Pilates Exercise
Functional Rehabilitation

While patients can be treated with joint manipulation from Chiropractic Physicians and feel great afterwards, it is not uncommon for symptoms to reappear within a set period of time. This can be due to a deeper issue of faulty movement patterns or poor biomechanics. Identifying these patterns through functional movement screens allows us to identify weak or inhibited muscle groups and properly work with the patient to improve stability and kinetic function. 

Myofascial Release

Treating the myofascial system is important piece to Chiropractic care.  Poor posture and faulty movement patterns can lead to tight and often inhibited muscles that ultimately affect joint motion.  Our doctors utilize many different methods of treating this connective tissue, including soft tissue manipulation, Post-Isometric Relaxation (PIR) and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM).  PIR is a technique which focuses on relaxing overactive muscles through guided movements. IASTM utilizes tools that when used correctly by a clinician can break up chronically tightened muscles and myofascial adhesions, leading to pain relief and proper muscular function.  


Dry Needling

Dry needling can be used to alleviate pain caused by trigger points.  A very thin needle is inserted into a trigger point in the muscle which can help to decrease tightness and increase blood flow to the area which can reduce pain.

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