Chiropractic Care & Techniques 

Oncology Chiropractic Care

Oncology Chiropractic Care, for those living with cancer, addresses symptoms in joints and muscles caused or intensified by surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy. A chiropractor provides noninvasive supportive care options that increase mobility, flexibility, strength and function, reducing stress and leading to improvement in overall well-being.

Pregnancy Chiropractic Care

Pregnancy Chiropractic Care’s role in prenatal care is to establish pelvic balance and alignment, helping to reduce the mother/baby discomfort and allowing the baby to be in the best position for delivery.

Pediatric & Adolescent Chiropractic

Pediatric and Adolescent Chiropractic address birth trauma, growth adaptations, and the tumbles of childhood that may cause decreased mobility of the spine. With the release of the joints, a child can heal and find true health or maintain their natural state of health.

Geriatric Chiropractic

Geriatric Chiropractic care is very important for an aging or elderly adult due to the changes that occur over time in the spine.  It will improve mobility and flexibility, balance and posture, remove stress from the nervous system, and help manage or eliminate acute or chronic pain.

Spinal Adjustment

Spinal adjustment is a procedure in which a chiropractor uses their hands or adjusting instruments to provide controlled sudden force to the joints of the spine to correct misalignment and restore physical function, also known as spinal manipulation or adjustment.

Extremity Adjustment

Extremity adjustment deals with numerous joints in the body including head, face/jaw, shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist, hand/fingers, hip, leg, knee, ankle, and foot/toes. Problems in the extremities may lead to chronic spinal issues. The adjustment helps restore normal motion to joints that have become locked-up or injured.

Advanced Proficiency Rated Activator Method

Activator Method is a diagnostic and treatment system that uses a small, hand-held device. The Activator Adjusting Instrument delivers a gentle impulse force to the spine, with the goal of restoring motion to the targeted spinal vertebra or joint.

 Thompson Technique

Thompson Technique utilizes a segmental drop table to enhance and assist the motion force used in the area to be adjusted. The spinal segment is moved in the direction that will improve the motion of the segment with the one above and below.

Diversified Technique

Diversified Technique is characterized by a high-velocity, low-amplitude hands-on thrusts.  The objective is to restore proper movement and alignment of the spine, helping to reduce joint dysfunction.

Gonstead Technique

Gonstead Technique is characterized by its specific hands-on adjusting of only the offending segments of the spine and extremities. The neck is adjusted with a specific maneuver while the patient is seated.

Flexion Distraction Technique

Flexion-distraction technique involves the use of a specialized table that flexes and stretches the spine in a rhythmic motion, allowing the chiropractor to increase range of motion with a low-force manipulation.  This technique is especially helpful in treating mild to moderate disc conditions.


Heat & Cold Therapy

Heat and cold therapy utilize the application of hot or cold packs for 10-15 minute periods.  Cold slows blood flow to reduce pain and swelling of an acute or chronic injury, while heat relaxes muscles and joints, and is generally used for chronic situations.

Electrical Muscle Stimulation

Electrical muscle stimulation is used to relax muscle spasms, reduce inflammation, and provide pain relief. Electrodes are placed on the skin that sends electrical pulses to the affected area.

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy applies sound waves to joints and soft tissue to increase blood flow to the affected area and accelerate healing. It is also used to reduce pain, stiffness and muscle spasms.

Instrument-Assisted Adhesion & Scar Tissue Removal

Instrument-assisted adhesion and scar tissue removal provides soft tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to effectively detect and treat scar tissue and restrictions that affect normal function

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3729 S. Nova Rd
Port Orange, FL 32129

(386) 761-0520

  Hours of Operation

Monday 7:30 am – 6:30 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 6:30 pm
Wednesday 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 7:30 am – 6:30 pm
Friday 7:30 am – 6:30 pm