Positive Touch

Gentle Hands Provide Proven Treatments

When your loved one is placed in a skilled nursing facility, some may spend majority of their day sitting in wheelchairs, using a walker, or extended bed rest. These situations can caused residents to start exhibiting hunched shoulders, caved– in chest cavity, forward flexed necks. Which in turn, can lead to decrease in heart and lung functions, increased musculoskeletal pain, headaches, and decreased circulation. 

Chiropractic care has been shown repeatedly to increase not only the range of motion of the spine but also in the extremities. Increasing a person’s range of motion can positively affect lives in many ways. For some, an increased range of motion means being able to bend down to pick up their grandchildren. For others, it means they get an extra 40 yards out of their daily walk. In many cases, an increase in range of motion immediately follows chiropractic adjustments. This is one of the reasons why having residents receive chiropractic treatment is so important. 

The power of positive touch is tremendous especially in our aging community. Everyone needs human touch. And we want to provide that human touch outside of patient care needs. 

We tailor our unique chiropractic technique to fit the needs of each resident. Our non-traditional treatment plan will include: gentle stretching, soft tissue massage, acupressure, and trigger point therapy. Our services works along side the treatment plans provided by your therapy team to assist in restoring diminished mobility

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