No matter what treatment group patients opt for, the guidelines stress that any of these options will help patients get better. As is the case with most temporary back pain, staying active can be a key part of recovery.
- Acupuncture: bridging eastern and western perspectives to treat pain, infertility, stress & anxiety, insomnia, digestive issues, and women’s health conditions,
- Chiropractic Physical Medicine: rehab-intensive approach to Chiropractic for musculoskeletal conditions experienced by expectant mothers, competitive athletes, office workers, and everyone in between.
- Functional Medicine & Clinical Nutrition: customized dietary and lifestyle interventions informed by laboratory diagnostics for gastro-intestinal issues, weight conditions, fatigue, and autoimmune disorders.
- Massage Therapy: deep tissue, therapeutic techniques for musculoskeletal problems.