Erochonia Low Level Cold Laser Technique
How does it work?
Erchonia lasers emit visible coherent light that is applied to affected area. Bundles of light energy pass through the dermal layers, and received within the cell membrane by specific energy
photo acceptors. Within the injured
musculoskeletal tissue, low-level laser light initiates increased circulation and enhances tissue regeneration, The overall effects are decreased pain and inflammation and an increase in the range of motion.
ASHIATSU ORIENTAL BAR THERAPY
Gentle chiropractic techniques, with deep soft tissue therapy, relax the muscles, tendons and ligaments. The muscles are what move the bones, thus by releasing chronic tension, adjustments can be more gentle, with specificity to the level and angle of direction.
Chronic pain and muscle spasms can be released very effectively and without pain using Ashiatsu “Deep Feet” oriental bar therapy. More pressure can be utilized by using the lower extremities rather than just upper body strength.
Cox flexion-distraction is specific for spinal
disc problems as it increases disc height.
Disc problems causing neck or low back pain that
can radiate into the shoulder, arm, hand and
fingers; or down the leg into the foot.
. This technique is a gently, non force procedure
with Dr. Scofield in control at all times.
She does the adjustment using her hands and
the table to achieve the correct amount of
flexion & distraction.
The person is NOT left unattended on the table.
Chiropractors are soft tissue experts along with looking to remove
interference in the body's communication pathways-the nerves. If you have been told you have a soft tissue injury and it will heal up on its own-a better approach to avoid scar tissue and adhesions is to receive soft tissue work and adjustments to correct joint movement which will help
eliminate the pain.
LIGHT FORCE ADJUSTING
VERTEBRAL DISTRACTION PUMP (VDP)
EROCHONIA COLD LEVEL LASER TECHIQUE
ASHIATSU - MASSAGE USING HER FEET
BAREFOOT WELLNESS CLINIC
350 S. Franklin, Suite A, Fort Bragg, CA 95437 - Thurs. & Sat.
45066 Ukiah St. Mendocino, CA 95460 - Wed. & Fri.
(707) 734 - 0505