Active Release Technique

Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) is a patented, non-invasive soft tissue treatment process that identifies and removes scar tissue and adhesions that have been known to cause pain, stiffness, muscle weakness, numbness and biomechanical dysfunctions associated with repetitive strains and injuries.

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ALCAT Food Intolerance Testing

Are foods making you sick? Inflammation and chronic activation of the immune system due to food intolerance has been linked to numerous disorders.

Find out what could be the cause!

Cold Laser Light Therapy

The Erchonia Cold Light Laser was prominently featured on the Dr. Oz Show in “Dr. Oz’s No-Pill Pain Busters!” episode! Click the image below to see the Erchonia Laser in action!


What is a cold-light laser? Find out!

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

High intensity interval training is becoming a popular form of exercise. Not only does it help reduce body fat, decrease body fat enzymes, burn more calories, increase muscle tone and muscle size, improve glucose metabolism and improve cardiovascular health, but it can be done in as little as 4 minutes a day! Everyone can free up 4 minutes of time in their day to improve their health! So what is HIIT exactly and are there any studies to back up all of these amazing “side effects” to this type of exercise?

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Kinesiology Tape

If you’re like us and watch a lot of sporting events, you may have noticed the increased appearance of some brightly colored tape adorned on many athletes’ bodies. Whether it was the tennis players at Wimbledon, professional cyclists, Crossfit athletes at the Crossfit Games on ESPN or the volleyball players at the last Olympics, many professional athletes have embraced this new type of taping called Kinesio Taping. We have many patients coming into our office wishing to try the newest techniques that they see their favorite athletes using.

How does Kinesio Tape work?

NeuroKinetic Therapy


NeuroKinetic Therapy® is a new technique utilizing manual muscle testing to assess movement pattern dysfunctions within the motor command center of the brain. Our bodies develop movement patterns through practice. We learn to play violin, shoot a basketball and even learn to walk as babies through the motor control center in the brain. However, not all movement patterns are efficient and pain-free.

Found out more about NKT!