Dr. Ebling utilizes comprehensive therapies and techniques:
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Refers to a style of adjusting that involves specific positioning of the affected area followed by the application of a high-velocity and low-amplitude thrust to improve the mechanics of the region.
Drop Table Adjusting
Utilizes a special table that has sections that fall away as the doctor applies force to a specific area. Many patients prefer this type of adjusting as the body is typically left in a neutral position.
Instrument Assisted Adjusting
Involves the use of a tool that applies a very localized, light force over the area that the Chiropractor determines needs to be adjusted.
Individualized Self Care Exercises
I will customize easy to incorporate stretches and light strengthening exercises to your body, your activity level and your schedule. I understand how busy you are and want to teach you the tools that you need so you can help yourself in between visits to the office.
Soft Tissue Massage
Having started my studies of the human body through massage therapy over 20 years ago, my work is deep yet gentle with a focus on connective tissues that tie distant areas together.
Interferrential Current (IFC) and Therapeutic Ultra Sound (US)
Commonly utilized physical therapy modalities that assist in pain control through muscular fatigue and stimulation of internal analgesics (IFC) or deep heating and movement of interstitial fluids (US).
Kinesio® Tex Tape
A unique tape that remains in place for 3-5 days showing promising results with chronic and acute swelling as well as pain relief. Seen on a growing number of athletes and now available at Elemental Medicine for your body too.
Low Level Light Therapy (Cold Laser)
Utilizes infrared light to alter tissue function in the
medical and veterinarian settings. Some studies have
shown increased mitochondrial production of ATP (the
cells fuel), increased collagen and elastin synthesis and
decreased oxidative stress, neutrophil infiltration and
production of pain chemicals (prostaglandins,
interleukin-1 beta) near injury sites.