At Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic we take pride in our examination and assessments with every patient. Typically, a first visit can be anywhere from 30-45 mins. This may seem like a long time, but for us to properly diagnosis and have a plan of action for treatment, we make this visit very thorough yet as efficient as possible.
All of our treatment and therapy consists of not only chiropractic care but also corrective exercises. Research suggests that when we combine manipulation with rehabilitation, we not only see shorter treatment plans but also lower healthcare costs.
When someone thinks of a Chiropractor, typically the first thing that comes to mind is the adjustment. At Midwest Muscle & Joint Clinic we use adjustments (manipulation) in conjunction with many other functional treatments. Most patients do not fully understand the mechanics involved in an adjustment, all they know is that they often feel better afterwards.. but why?
ART® is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. These conditions all have one important thing in common: they are often a result of overused muscles.
Dry needling is one of our favorite treatment options that we love to use in conjunction with other chiropractic modalities; and we have been getting amazing results. But with it being such a new therapy option we have a lot of people asking the question, “What is it, and how does a Chiropractor utilize it?”
Sports Physicals are an essential (KSHSAA required) assessment for athletes. They are not only used to determine if an athlete is healthy enough to play sports, but is also used to evaluate and prevent the risk of future injuries. With every Sports Physical we go above-and-beyond what is necessary to assess and document by including a complimentary Functional Movement Screen.
We’ve all heard it. When you’re sick, rest. When you’re hurting, rest. There is no doubt that the body needs rest. Sleep is critical for the proper functioning of the body, including immune function, tissue healing, pain modulation, cardiovascular health, cognitive function, and learning and memory.
For many people, the holiday season means lots of traveling! Whether you’re crammed in a car or you were the lucky winner of the middle seat on a full airplane, traveling isn’t always the most comfortable. The only thing worse than uncomfortable travel is showing up to your destination in pain.
If you’re anything like us, you haven’t finished your holiday shopping yet. Not to worry! We’ve thrown together a list of some healthy gift ideas because the only thing better than giving a great gift that someone can actually use, is giving a gift that promotes health as well.