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Our Services

Here is a list of just some of the services our Chiropractors can provide:

• Low Back Pain

• Neck Pain

• Headache

• Disc Injury

• Spinal conditions

• Shoulder conditions

• Elbow and wrist conditions

• Hip conditions

• Knee conditions

• Ankle conditions

• Vertigo

• Sports Chiropractic

• Injury Rehabilitation

• Pregnancy Care

Our Chiropractic Techniques

We use a number of highly-effective adjusting approaches to help improve spinal biomechanics and reduce nervous system interference. The approach we use is based on our clinical judgment and years of experience.

The primary adjusting techniques we use include:


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Cox Flexion-Distraction

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Diversified Technique

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Low Force Techniques

The Pelvic Blocks are wedge-shaped devices used to help correct your spine and properly “tune” your nervous system. By knowing exactly where to position these blocks, we use the weight of your body and gravity to make corrections, naturally.

The Activator Adjusting Instrument is a hand-held spring-loaded tool that delivers a consistent low-force, high-speed thrust. Because it’s many times faster than adjustments delivered by hand, the body rarely tightens to resist, making adjustments comfortable and effective. It’s also helpful for adjusting elbows, wrists, knees and other joints of the body.

Muscle Energy techniques are a form of Osteopathic manipulative treatment where the patient’s muscles are held in certain positions and then tightened or relaxed in a specific direction as guided by the doctor. It is a useful option to relieve pain and restore shortened or irritable muscles to their normal length and promote healing.

The Drop Piece is a part of the table that can be propped up under you as you lie down and then it drops down under you when pressure is applied by your practitioner. This is a low force option which can help to get the joint of your pelvis and lower back moving and functioning better. This piece of the table is also used to engage a deep stretch throughout the lower back which can be very relieving post adjustment.

Manual Adjustments

At Mountain View Chiropractic, one of the many adjustment styles we use is referred to as Manual Diversified adjusting. Among the most popular chiropractic techniques, this hands-on approach allows us to manually adjust your spinal bones into proper position. It can be successful in helping patients of all ages and stages get back to living the life they love, naturally.

When misaligned spinal bones are identified through thorough examination, a specific manual thrust is administered. The direction, speed, depth, and angle that are used is the result of years of experience, practice, and a thorough understanding of spinal mechanics. The energy delivered during the thrust may produce a slight “popping” sound from the shifting of gas and fluids in the joint. There’s no need to worry or be frightened about this–in fact, most patients find adjustments relaxing and relieving!

What are the Benefits?

While improving spinal biomechanics can reduce nervous system interferences, virtually all joints of the body can be adjusted to help restore proper range of motion. Simply put, many patients find that it’s easier to carry out tasks in their daily life without noticing pain, aches or other problems.

Muscle & Soft Tissue Approaches

These include:

• Trigger point therapy
• Graston technique 
• Myofascial release
• Deep tissue work

We choose the technique most appropriate to your individual condition and needs. Many people need muscle therapy in combination with chiropractic to achieve faster relief and longer lasting results. For remedial or relaxation massage we are happy to recommend our Massage Therapists Stuart and Yas.

Therapeutic Exercises

Prescription exercises can be personalized to keep you out of harm’s way and aid recovery. Sometimes it is a matter of relearning a better ‘movement pattern’, or being able to ‘protect’ your spine or knowing how to strengthen the ‘weak muscle’ link. We will always encourage gentle exercise post adjustment, but we may also sometimes require you to do some at home specific exercises for certain muscle groups. We are very experienced with many exercise approaches included those developed by Janda, Kolar, Lewit, McGill and McKenzie.