Cold, heat, electrical muscle stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound, mechanical traction and cold laser therapy are among some of the physiotherapeutic modalities beneficial in the healing process.

Spinal Decompression

Spinal decompression is achieved via axial spinal traction. The primary goal is to decrease the compressive forces in the vertebral joints, decrease intervertebral disc pressure, decrease nerve root compression and irritation. The expected response to treatment is to increase range of motion, spinal function and pain relief.

Physical Rehabilitation

An exercise protocol involving, endurance, strengthening, balance and flexibility training are integral part of an optimal physical recovery program.

Massage Therapy

Manual and mechanically assisted therapeutic massage helps increase circulation, sedate and relax muscles, decrease pain and stress, break down scar tissue and improve biomechanical function.

Auto Accident Injury Care

Most whiplash injuries occurs in rear end collisions with minimal or no damage to the vehicles. A proper symptom recognition, evaluation and treatment are essential for the best possible outcome.

Drug Testing 

All Commercial Driver License (CDL) drivers who operate commercial motor vehicles are subject to DOT drug testing. DOT drug tests require laboratory test of Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates (opium and codeine derivatives), Amphetamines and Phencyclidine (PCP).

DOT Medical Exams

The Unites States Department of Transportation requires that qualified Commercial Motor Vehicle drivers be certified by an examiner listed in the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.


Acupuncture treatment primarily involves the insertion of mostly painless, very fine sterile needles in specific acupuncture points in the body. It promotes pain relief, physical and mental health.

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic is a drug-free and non-surgical healthcare. Chiropractors utilize manual and/or mechanically assisted adjustments to help normalize injured or dysfunctional spinal and peripheral joints.