Dr. Sheree Allen Chiropractic, Inc“Adjustments today for a better tomorrow!” Chiropractic Adjustments ~ Kinesio Taping ~ Massage
Family Oriented Chiropractic Office Specializing in treating the Full Spine and extremities. Dr. Sheree Allen put a lot of thought into the remodeling of her office, she used eco-friendly products such as No VOC’s paints and Bamboo Floors. She has also elected not to have an x-ray machine in her office to minimize harmful radiation scatter.
Spinal Complaints Neck pain Headaches Midback pain Tension at base of neck Rib Pains Pinched Nerves Poor Posture Lower back pain Disc Injuries Hip Pain Sciatica Piriformis Syndrome Pregnancy aches Pinched Nerves
Chiropractic Adjusting Methods At Dr. Sheree Allen Chiropractic, Inc., we use state of the art Chiropractic equipment such as the Omni Elevation table which is used for Posture Correction and for adjusting patients with “Posterior Slippage” of the vertebral bodies. In addition to the Omni, Dr. Allen also uses a stationary adjusting table, the Activator Adjusting Technique, Kinesio-Taping techniques, Physiotherapy machines and offers Massage therapy to aid and speed up the recovery process.
Kinesio® Taping Assists and Supports preventing over contraction Allows full range of motion Facilitates to prevent overuse injuries Promote a faster healing process Shortens injury time
Massage Therapy Therapeutic massage stimulates the body’s natural healing defenses and helps to improve circulation within the tissues Chair Massage Special Rates of $1/min (15 minute session minimum) (Must be prepaid and booked in advance)
Auto Accidents Whiplash Headaches Neck Pain Upper back Pain Lower Back Pain Rib Pain Shoulder Pain Elbow Pain Wrist Pain Hip Pain Knee Pain Ankle Pain
Pediatric AdjustmentsKids need Chiropractic too…
Work Related Injuries Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Shoulder Pains Elbow Pains Overuse Syndromes Muscle Fatigue Low Back Pains Disc Herniations Leg Pains Knee Pains Sprain/Strains Poor Posture
Lifting Injuries DO’s Stand with your feet and knees at least shoulder width apart Lift close to your body Bend your knees and keep your back straight Tighten your stomach muscles Lift with your legs If you're straining, get help Wear a back support DON’Ts Bend your back to pick something up Twist your spine (disc injury) Lift and/or carry an unbalanced load Lift and bend too much in a short period of time (repetitive stress) Lift things overhead with your neck and back arched Lift things that are too heavy for you