At Butler Spine & Sport, we accompany chiropractic adjustments with soft tissue work and therapeutic exercises. By doing this, we further address muscle imbalances and faulty movement patterns that may contribute to the patient's pain.
Chiropractic adjustments help to restore motion into joints that are not moving properly. Adjustments are not just for the spine; they can be performed on the joints of the upper and lower extremities as well to address pain and dysfunction.
The activator is a small instrument that can be used to deliver chiropractic adjustments. The activator can be a great alternative to manual adjusting for those that prefer a more gentle treatment, as well as in combination with manual adjusting to restore joint mobility.
Dry Needling is a treatment that involves inserting a small needle into the skin and muscle. It is commonly done to help relieve muscle tension in overactive muscles and help break up myofascial trigger points. It is a great treatment option for muscle pain, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and more.
IASTM, often referred to as "scraping," is a technique that uses special tools to scrape across muscles and tendons to remove soft tissue adhesions, increase blood flow to the area, and decrease muscle tightness.
Cupping therapy involves placing suction cups on sore or over-active muscles. The suctioning of the cups helps to increase blood flow to the area, which promotes healing and decreases muscle tension.
Kinesiology Taping consists of placing stretchy tape over specific muscles and joints. Some of the uses for kinesiology tape are to reduce swelling, provide support, decrease muscle soreness, and improve posture.
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