Specializing in Orthopedics requires treatment and knowledge of problems other than just the spine. Shoulder, hip, knee and feet evaluations are available.
Custom fitted orthotics: www.Footlevelers.com
Early and late hours of operation, emergency phone line.
Convenient to South Knoxville and Seymour
Board Certified Chiropractic Orthopedist, X-ray technicians and certified Therapy Assistants on staff.
Laser and Disc Decompression
Posture and Scoliosis examination and treatment
Monthly Spine and Pain Management seminars open to the public
Medicare accepted and filed.
Most major insurance accepted and filed for you.
On-time appointments. (If you are on time, we'll be on time)
- Drop Table
- Chiropractic Biophysics
- Upper Cervical technique
- Cox Flexion-Distraction
- Soft Tissue
- Spinal and extremity manipulation
- Functional integrated training
- Occupational training
- Functional muscular training (teaching you how to exercise, how to train, and how to rehab injuries)
- Posture and spinal curve correction
- Low Level Laser Therapy
- Disc Decompression
- Cupping Therapy
Cupping therapy offers several advantages including aiding in promoting blood flow and increase blood circulation to muscles and tissue, supplies oxygen to cells, loosens knots, and can release and drain excess fluids and toxins. It stimulates the skin by increasing circulation while separating fused tissue layers and draining lymph to promote a smooth appearance and healthy glow.
It works deeper by loosening adhesions, facilitating the muscles to operate more independently and stimulating healthy elimination of accumulated debris in the tissues, organs and systems. Olympic gymnasts, swimmers, Major League Baseball, and National Football League players are all big proponents of cupping therapy due to the ability for more blood to be brought to the tissues of the muscles they use to perform and help them to return stay at peak levels.
Who is doing cupping therapy? Chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists and athletic trainers are all people who can apply cupping therapy to their practice. They have to undergo training in order to understand how it works, and also how to administer it.