Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, and Massage? Of course!

Chiropractors are concerned mainly with the biomechanics of bones and joints. They manually adjust them back to where they are supposed to be, where they work best.
Physical Therapists work with patients to execute exercises either manually or by use of equipment. This helps to strengthen muscles and regain range of motion. It also helps with coordination, balance and endurance.
Massage Therapists work with muscles and soft tissue. Their main goal is to relax and elongate muscles and relieve stress. This helps reduce pain and aides in circulation.
When you put the three therapies together you receive a whole body experience. Massage relaxes the muscle allowing an easier and longer lasting adjustment by the chiropractor. With muscles relaxed, and bones in place, the exercises done with the Physical Therapist help to strengthen the muscle and reduce injury.


Patients Reviews…

The entire staff at Performance Spine and Sports Medicine are very professional and the care that they provide is first rate. I have had PT and Chiropractic care in the past and I would rank this organization better in every way. The integrated model of having Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, massage therapists, and physicians under the same roof is very helpful and really facilitates interaction between all of the care providers. I would not hesitate to recommend this organization.

James R.
Feb. 2016

This is my second time at PSSM and the results are great once again. The staff was great and everyone is friendly and warm and most importantly they have gotten me back to pursuing my passion and work once again. I went in for a back problem and now I'm 90% back to normal and working on their stretches to make it 100%. No pain meds!!!!

Jan. 2016

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