Meet Our Chiropractor, Dr. Nicholas Boris!
Credentials & Certifications
B.S.- Exercise KinesiologyD.C. – Doctorate of ChiropracticMDT- McKenzie Methods / Diagnosis and Therapy – Part A,B,CDNS – Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization – Exercise 1 & 2SFMA – Selective Functional Movement AssessmentFMS – Functional Movement SystemsFTMI – Functional Taping for Musculoskeletal InjuriesFAKTR – Functional and Kinetic Treatment with RehabilitationMPI – Motion Palpation instituteRehab to Fitness – Progressing patients from Rehab programs to Fitness programsTPDN- Trigger point dry needlingTPI – Titleist Performance Institute CertifiedOnBaseU- OnBase University Certified
Dry needling is a thin monofilament needle that penetrates the skin and treats underlying muscular trigger points. Simple, quick, and effective!
Deep force adjustment is a specialized method used by chiropractors who use their hands for a low amplitude, high speed thrust to targeted and specific areas of the neck, back, and joints. This is done to loosen up the joints that seem to be stuck, to make them more flexible and to lessen the pain and discomfort of the patient
McKenzie Therapy Exercises
An internationally researched and acclaimed system of assessment and management for spinal and extremity musculoskeletal disorders.
Pictures above are from a dry needling session with electrical stimulation
Physical Therapy Services
Meet Our Physical Therapist, Dr. Sally Gladden!
Services Provided: Manual Physical Therapy, Dry Needling, Spinal Care, Core Stabilization
Back pain, Neck pain, Headaches, Muscle and Joint Pain, TMJ Disorders, Tennis Elbow, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendinosis, Shoulder injuries, Osteoarthritis, Repetitive Strain Injuries, and Pelvic Health.
Manual Physical Therapy
Physical therapists are the movement experts that improve quality of life through prescribed exercise, hands-on care, and patient education. Our physical therapist will examine each person and then develop a treatment plan to improve their ability to move, reduce or manage pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
Dry needling is a technique physical therapists use for the treatment of pain and movement impairments. The technique uses a “dry” needle, one without medication or injection, inserted through the skin into areas of the muscle. Other terms commonly used to describe dry needling, include trigger point dry needling, and intramuscular manual therapy.