Our Services


DIAGNOSTIC APPROACH

An accurate diagnosis is paramount for treatment success. Through Selective Functional Movement Assessment and advanced orthopedic testing our doctors develop a treatment protocol to exceed your goals.

CHIROPRACTIC CARE

Chiropractic adjustments address mobility restrictions in the joints of the spine and extremities. The adjustments restore segmental mobility, and effect global mobility throughout the body.

SOFT TISSUE MANIPULATION

Soft tissue mobilization acts as a stand alone treatment for somatic dysfunction, and used in conjunction with spinal manipulations and other treatment modalities.

FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION

Functional rehabilitation is an extension of traditional physical therapy. Its purpose is to... address various musculoskeletal conditions and restore functionality

PAIN RELIEF. PREVENTION. PERFORMANCE.

MOBILITY MATTERS

WE BELIEVE IN EDUCATION

One of the primary differences in our diagnostic approach at Focus On Health is founded on the principle of Patterns vs. Sources. It is not realistic to look at an individual "source" of injury (ie, knee pain) and fail to consider what other joints could be influenced by the knee or that are influencing the knee itself. When we evaluate patterns, we can effectively consider how each individual joint is functioning, and how our joints are functioning together as a whole: this yields a more accurate diagnosis, a faster recovery and return to activity with longer lasting results.

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CERVICO-THORACIC JUNCTION

STABILITY
Though the junction areas of our body are inherently stable, the range of motion they do exhibit is incredibly important for our overall mobility. Because several large muscles originate and insert into the junction areas, they are influenced heavily by posture.

  • Neck Pain
  • Upper back pain
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
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NECK

MOBILE JOINT
Neck problem are commonly related to poor posture and mobility restrictions in the upper thoracic spine. Forward head posture and rounded shoulders lead to stress to the muscles of the neck.

  • Neck pain
  • Tension headaches
  • Vertigo
  • Degenerative joint disease
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SHOULDERS

MOBILITY
The shoulders exhibit more mobility and greater range of motion than any other joint system in the body. Shoulder mobility is highly predicated on thoracic spine mobility and shoulder blade stability.

  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Rotator cuff tendonitis
  • Biceps tendonitis
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Bursitis
  • Impingement
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SCAPULAE (SHOULDER BLADES)

STABILITY
Scapular-thoracic mobility is commonly overlooked in the rehabilitation world. The shoulder blade is often referred as the "anchor" of the shoulder: because of this relationship, dysfunction in the scapular thoracic area can lead to several upper extremity injuries.

  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Shoulder impingement
  • Tendonitis
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THORACIC SPINE (UPPER - MID BACK)

MOBILITY
The thoracic spine may very well be the most influenced and most influential joint system in the body. Upper and middle back mobility must be present for our neck and upper extremities to function properly.

  • Upper back and mid back pain
  • Intercostal strains
  • Intercostal neuritis
  • Disc conditions
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ELBOWS

STABILITY
The elbow is a fairly simple joint with regards to its range of motion, however, it is heavily influenced by the shoulder's ability to move.

  • Little league elbow (tendonitis)
  • Golfer's elbow (tendonitis)
  • Ulnar nerve entrapment
  • Medial nerve entrapment
  • Radial nerve entrapment
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LUMBAR SPINE (LOW BACK)

STABILITY
Low back disorders often relate to hip mobility. If the hips lack range of motion, the lumbar spine must make up for it in our daily activities.

  • Facet syndrome
  • Disc conditions
  • Stenosis
  • Muscular strain
  • Sciatica
  • Degenerative joint disease
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HIPS

MOBILITY
The hips are the second most freely moveable joint system in the body. They have great influence over the lower extremities and play a big role in overall movement in the trunk.

  • Tendonitis
  • Hip impingement
  • Labral injuries
  • Degenerative joint disease
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KNEES

STABILITY
The knee, like the elbow, is a fairly simple joint. The hip and the ankle directly affect the knee in our normal gait cycle and range of motion. Because the hip and the ankle commonly exhibit dysfunction, the knee source of pain.

  • Tendonitis (runner's knee, jumper's knee)
  • Ligamentous sprain (ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL)
  • Iliotibial Band Syndrome
  • Meniscus injuries
  • Chondromalacia patella
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ANKLES

MOBILITY
The ankles are particularly vulnerable to injury as they carry the majority of our body weight during movement. Restrictions or stability issues in the ankle can lead to hip, knee and foot problems.

  • Ankle sprains
  • Tendonitis (achilies, peroneal, etc)
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WRISTS

MOBILITY
The hands and wrists feature a complex arrangement of joints and muscles. Many of the muscles that influence wrist mobility originate from the elbow.

  • Elbow tendonitis
  • Wrist tendonitis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
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Our Process


Our Mission: We want to influence the health and mobility of our community by empowering our patients to make conscious health care decisions, aligning ourselves with competent and compassionate allied health professionals, and by creating a warm and welcoming environment to deliver clinical excellence and inspiring our team to change healthcare.

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ADVICE FROM OUR DOCTORS


 
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Patients ask our clinicians frequently

" Why do you want me to squat? I havent done that in years" Quite frankly, I suggest we all ...

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DEAR
RUNNERS

PAY ATTENTION
TO YOUR BODY

Pay attention to your body. Strength is knowing when it's time to take a rest and prepare for that next run."

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