818-841-1313     1612 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91506


We believe in the body's ability to heal intself.

 

We provide fast care for many types of injuries, including: auto accidents, sports injuries, on the job injuries, and general sprains and strains. We also specialize in rehabilitative and wellness care to help you return to your pre-inury condition and to help you stay healthy and pain free.

 

 

We also have working relationships with many excellent medical doctors and other providers to assist which us with your care as needed.

 

***We also have the services of a professional, certified, and experienced massage therapist on site for your convenience and care.


 

    Acute Care
    Automobile Injuries
    Chiropractic and Medicine
    Consultation
    Diagnostics
    New Patients
    Payment Arrangements
    Workplace Injuries

 

 

 

 

 

What does a chiropractor do?

 


Chiropractors use chiropractic adjustments as one of the many tools to help to normalize the performance of the neuromusculoskeletal system. Chiropractic adjustments are simply inputting a force into a joint in order to help restore normal motion of that joint.

 

 


The idea that the spine was acutely connected to health is nothing new. In fact, the ancient Greeks and other early civilizations used spinal adjustments as a form of healthcare. Hippocrates, the Father of Western Medicine, stated that “physical structure is the basis of medicine” and went into great detail concerning the importance of the spine to good health. Hippocrates is quoted as saying: “Look well to the spine for the cause of disease.”

 

Proper methods are applied when doing chiropractic massage. I make sure you feel the pressure and relief at the same time. Your back and other parts of your body might have been aching lately but you must not worry for too long since I am here to take care of it. You would feel less anxious after the process since you would already feel your body’s much healthier and lighter state.   

 

 

Heat and cold – experts may alternate ice and heat therapy to help patients treat back pain. Ice packs may be used to numb the lower back for ten to fifteen minutes and then switched to a heating pad, hot water bottle, or heat wrap to restore blood flow to the area and promote healing.