We provide the following examinations for each patient in order to ensure the most comprehensive testing and diagnosis for muscle, joint and spine conditions.
When muscle imbalance occurs, it often results in discomfort. Common symptoms associated with muscle imbalance are usually described as: Tightness, Spasm, Tension, Weakness, or Ache/Pain.
Our signature Kinesiology examination provides in-depth information about the function of each muscle surrounding site of discomfort to help us create an highly personalized treatment with quicker outcomes. Our doctors are trained in Kinesiology and have experience in thorough evaluation of the body’s muscles. When choosing your team of providers, request a Kinesiology evaluation.
Our bones and joints are constantly working together to provide us movement. Without this relationship, we would be unstable (i.e. the knee is actually considered a joint and has four bones that interact with each other). When something goes wrong with one of our joints or bones, it can negatively affect the other, creating a chain reaction of problems.
An Orthopedic examination is specifically used to understand this bone and joint interaction and also includes evaluation of ligament and tendon function and provides in-depth information about the mechanical structure of each joint.
Symptoms associated with joint imbalance are commonly described as: Ache, Sharpness, and problems with Stability. Additional symptoms confirmed during orthopedic examination are most commonly described as: sharp, stabbing pain or pressure, with possible quick, intermittent, buckling or popping sensations.
Our doctors are extensively trained in orthopedic examination and offer non-surgical treatment alternatives.
The Neurological examination provides in-depth information about the communication between Brain and muscle (i.e. the muscles of the hand receive nerve signals from four different spinal segments within the neck). When a neurological imbalance occurs, the most common symptoms that show up are described as: burning, numbness, shooting pain, and tingling sensations.
Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism Assessment:
Clinical Nutrition assessment is the scientific analysis and interpretation of blood, urine, and saliva testing for the diagnosis of conditions and ailments not yet considered diseases. Clinical Nutrition specialists are trained to evaluate the function of organs, glands and enzymes that commonly show dysfunction months and years before diseases are diagnosed. Our Doctors are specially trained to recognize the correlation and involvement of digestion and glandular dysfunction as contributing factors in delayed muscle, joint and spine, healing.
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