Your skeletal system plays an important factor in your overall health. If you’re looking for chiropractic services in the Edmonton area, ensure that the person delivering them is a trained expert. At Human Integrated Performance our Edmonton Chiropractor’s are qualified professionals with years of experience. We will give you the chiropractic services needed to correct your posture, relieve pain, and eliminate other spine-related problems in a safe process.
If you have pain or an injury involving your muscles, joints, bones, or connective tissues (such as cartilage, ligaments, and tendons), our team can evaluate your circumstances and build a treatment plan around your needs.
Common reasons to consult with a chiropractor include back pain, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, and knee problems. Book a chiropractic treatment session and we will help you feel your best again.
If you are not familiar with chiropractic services, that’s okay! Our team will guide you through what to expect, and the treatments we are recommending. Chiropractors use physical manipulation and other tools to align your body’s musculoskeletal structure in a safe and professional way.
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Our team of professionals is dedicated to answering all of your questions and making your treatment a success.
Who can benefit from chiropractic services?
The injuries that you get when participating in sports can be very painful. Comprehensive chiropractic treatment helps reduce the pain, heal the injury, and enable you to return to your activities quickly. We know that being in the ring, field, or court is important for athletes. We try to help you recover from any injury you sustain, in safe and scientifically proven ways. We will ensure you get back in shape as fast as possible to get you back in the game! If you have a concussion due to head trauma, or any sports related injury, we can help. If you have a neck or back injury, consultation with a chiropractor is highly recommended.
If you are a High-Performance Athlete, chiropractic treatment can benefit you in many ways.
Chiropractic care can help you
- increase coordination
- achieve better balance
- maintain proper muscle and
Preventative treatment can help you avoid injuries that reduce your time on the field or those that threaten your athletic profession. If you have been injured, a chiropractor can also help you return to play quickly and safely. Chiropractic care involves a non-invasive way to help you to recover and regain your strength to continue training and competing.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
If you're in a motor vehicle accident, you could sustain multiple injuries that can seriously impact your health. Untreated Injuries could cause extended chronic pain and hamper mobility. Chiropractic care can help you manage the pain, heal the injuries, and rehabilitate you to feel your best once again.
Aches and Pains
If you're experience regular or occasional aches and pains, chiropractic treatment may be the solution. By aligning your body's structure, your nervous system operates more efficiently. This can reduce these pains that you are experiencing. Chiropractic treatment is a way to ease your aches and pains, without the use of drugs or relying on surgical procedures.
Work Related Injuries
Work injuries may cause you severe discomfort, interfere with your flexibility, and make you less productive. You do not have to live with them. Whether you're dealing with a WCB claim or general work related strain, we can build a plan around your needs. Human Integrated Performance works with WCB and insurance companies to offer several direct billing options.
Our Intake Process
Your sessions and treatment plan is unique, and tailored to your particular needs. Generally, here’s what happens when you see our physiotherapists for the first time:
Our Chiropractic Treatment Techniques
Diversified Chiropractic Technique
Active Release (ART)
What Do We Treat?
Meet Our Chiropractors
Dr. Jeff Grykuliak
Dr. Dustie Steeves
Frequently Asked Questions About Chiropractic Services
A common chiropractic myth is: ‘if I go once, I will need to go the rest of my life.’ Rest assured this is merely a myth. Typically patients come in seeking treatment for pain and discomfort. Our chiropractors work interactively with each patient to establish a history, perform an assessment, determine a diagnosis and create a treatment plan, setting clear goals. Patients often feel much better, experiencing less pain, increased range of motion and overall improved general well being once treated. As a patient’s pain and discomfort dissipates, periodic wellness visits are often suggested to allow for fine-tuning and proactive care.
Graston Technique is an instrument assisted soft tissue technique used to treat injuries in muscles and fascia. An emollient is used on the skin to reduce friction between the skin and the instrument providing the treatment. Treatment often feels odd and gritty as a result of build up of scar tissue and even knotted muscles that are likely contributing to pain in the area of treatment. Graston can be a quick and effective way to treat many injuries through the body.
Active Release Technique (ART) helps break up scar tissue that can cause muscles to become shortened and weakened. By providing tension in a specific direction on a particular location where scar tissue has built up, ART can improve range of motion and reduce pain. ART can be used to treat many conditions both acute and chronic.
Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) is used to treat acute and chronic pain. A fine acupuncture needle is inserted into the muscle of concern to help stimulate healing, relaxation and lengthening of the muscle. Patients often feel and even see the muscle twitch as it is stimulated and treated.
Shockwave Therapy is a highly effective treatment technique for soft tissue injuries, both chronic and acute. Despite the name “shockwave,” it is not electrical in nature. An acoustic sound wave is used to penetrate deep into tissues where other therapies may be unable to permeate.
Chiropractic traction therapy is the process of gently pulling apart the vertebrae where the disc is damaged. This is a painless process separating them a little bit to enable healing to take place. Pain release can be immediate.
TENNIS AND GOLFER'S ELBOW
Golfer's Elbow, also known as medial epicondylitis, is caused by repetitive stress and or weakness of the muscles which flex your wrist and fingers. Pain or tenderness is local to the inside of the elbow, and can also move down the forearm and into the hand.
Patients often report pain or weakness on either the inside or outside of the elbow which is worsened with computer work, lifting or gripping and repetitive activities. There are many ways that tennis and golfer's elbow can be successfully treated, including Shockwave, Graston or Active Release. It is importation to ice the elbow to help reduce inflammation during the healing process.