Category: Physical Therapy

  • 10 Amazing Benefits of Chiropractic Care

    We lead lives replete with stress — physical, emotional, mental, you name it. More than ever, we spend our days sitting at work, sitting at home, and crouched over our phones. But there is also a lot that weighs on our mind. Work, money, school, currenRead More…

  • Viveve

    Did you know that 50% of women experience stress urinary incontinence (SUI). And that is just the tip of the iceberg. The Viveve treatment addresses a medical condition affecting functionality and quality of life. The treatment is for women experiencinRead More…

  • Performance Physical Therapy

    February 9, 2018 | Physical Therapy

    For high performance athletes young athletes who are pushing themselves physically, consult with a doctor about the safest ways to exercise. Give yourself the confidence to know you can push yourself to new limits, without risking future injuries or paRead More…

  • Emphasizing the Importance of Hormone Balance

    January 23, 2018 | Blog, Physical Therapy

    The need for hormone therapy revolves around one simple concept: our hormones control almost everything our body does. Think of them as messengers that relay instructions between the organs. Hormones specifically don’t carry out the functions, but theyRead More…

  • Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

    September 11, 2017 | Physical Therapy

    What is Deep Tissue Laser Therapy? Deep Tissue Laser Therapy is a scientifically proven way to reduce pain and inflammation. It helps patients live a more pain-free life and get their mobility back. Treatments are fast, safe, and painless and most patiRead More…

  • Chiropractic Services

    What do chiropractic adjustments do? Chiropractic adjustments treat a variety of conditions, which can range from spinal misalignment to cases as severe as sciatica. Symptoms such as lower back pain can mean something worse is on the way. We directly tRead More…

  • Physical Therapy Rehabilitation

    June 3, 2016 | Physical Therapy

    These modalities are used by medical professionals in rehabilitation. Dr. Nelson uses these to support your adjustments, increase your bodies’ health and expedite your healing.

  • Orthotics

    June 3, 2016 | Physical Therapy

    Allied Healthcare uses special orthotics that are different from most. They re-train your feet to where they should be, rather than just masking the issue. We believe in orthotics because you have to have a great foundation to support your body structure.

  • X-Rays

    We have onsite X-Ray capabilities. This allows Dr. Nelson to rapidly look at your condition, evaluate, and form the best recommendations for your care. Being on-site also give us the added benefit of keeping costs down for our patients.

  • Trigger Point Therapy

    May 27, 2016 | Physical Therapy

    Trigger points are areas of spasm and inflammation in the upper back, shoulder areas, as well as the lower back. Often, there is a palpable nodule in the muscle where the trigger point is located. The area is tender especially when pushed on. Dr. Jeff Haskell M.D. and Dr. Stewart Curtis D.O. inject a muscle relaxant into the points of pain, adding instant relief to knotted nodules.

  • Auto Accidents

    We treat most injuries due to automobile accidents and work place injuries. We work with you, your insurance company, and your legal council.

  • Facet Injection Therapy

    May 27, 2016 | Physical Therapy

    The facet joint injection involves using an ultrasound machine to inject a small amount of local anesthetic (numbing agent) and/or steroid medication. This will anesthetize the facet joints and block the pain to help a patient better tolerate a physical therapy routine to rehabilitate the injury or back condition.

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