Assessment is the most vital part of the treatment. Our specialists has a unique way to assess and fully understand your concerns to create a customized treatment plan using a multi-disciplinary approach. We believe, in addition to a proper treatment plan, teamwork between the specialists and patients is the key to a successful healing journey.
EMMETT Technique (ET) is a muscle release therapy which involves light-finger exertion to precise points which is known as the “Emmett points”. It is a quick, efficient and effective technique which can result in an instant physical change. ET may assist with relieving discomfort, improving range of motion, fluid retention and improving quality of life.
Visceral Manipulation “Viscera” relates to the internal organs of the body, such as the liver, kidneys and intestines. Visceral Manipulation (VM) is a delicate manual therapy that aids your body’s ability to release restrictions and unhealthy compensations that cause pain and dysfunction. VM can benefit those with digestive disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, acute disorders, scar tissues, women’s & men’s health issues & emotional issues.
CranioSacral (CST) is a non-invasive & soft approach that practices gentle manipulation on the head, neck and back to alleviate stress and discomfort due to compressions. This helps with the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid in our Central Nervous System which assist in the removal of any hindrance. CST can complement our overall body and mind health. CST benefit any individual from infants to elderly with injuries, severe trauma, physical and emotional issues.
Lymphatic Drainage Therapy
Lymphatic Drainage Therapy is a light, skin-stretching strokes that directs on the lymph vessels to aid in the flow of lymphatic fluid from the unconcerned to the concerned area, allowing fluid to flow out of the congested zone. This technique can help those with swelling tissues and scars, migraines, sinus, etc.
Osteopathic Manipulative Technique is a modality that can potentially help in decreasing the intensity of pain and improves the musculoskeletal functions, neuromuscular and biomechanical balance (body posture dynamics). This technique is generally integrated with other forms of modality to fit the patients’ needs and enhance the treatment, allowing the body to self-heal and self-regulate.
Corrective Exercise allow us to address movement dysfunctions by identifying it through an assessment which is generally caused by overcompensation of a muscle group. With the right exercise, it helps an individual to perform daily tasks or exercise to their optimal performance and reduce the chances of getting injured.