The PneuBack Program addresses chronic low back pain associated with sciatica, radiculopathy, herniated discs, and other back and neck conditions. The program is designed to break the pain cycle, strengthen backs, and correct the original cause of the problem.
Thousands of patients have been treated with the PneuBack Program and have benefited from the effectiveness of the protocols. In most cases, surgery has been prevented. Post MRIs have shown rehydration and disc height increase.
A chiropractic adjustment refers to the manual manipulation of misaligned joints to alleviate pressure and provide pain relief. It is an all-natural treatment that doesn’t rely on drugs or surgery to relieve pain and improve overall health. Chiropractors either use their hands to perform the adjustment or a specialized tool.
Spinal misalignment is a common problem, and if you have trouble bending over, getting out of a chair or even walking comfortably, a chiropractic back adjustment will help.
Spinal decompression is a drug-free, minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment for back pain and neck pain caused by spinal damage or injury. Decompression therapy involves stretching the spine, using a decompression table or similar instrument, to relieve your back pain, neck pain, or pain in the arms and legs.
With zero side effects, spinal decompression therapy is safe and can help you resume your normal life without the disruptions of back and neck pain.
Dr. Schubert uses the latest chiropractic technology in caring for you using the Impulse iQ Adjusting Instrument®. This patented and FDA registered device was developed to provide gentle and precise computer-aided chiropractic adjustments to relieve pain and restore function.
Impulse iQ® is controlled by micro-computer circuitry housed within the device that produces a controlled force that Dr. Schubert can use to treat different areas of the body. Computer-assisted chiropractic adjusting with Impulse iQ® gives the doctor objective feedback about how your problem area is responding in real-time for custom tailored treatment just for you.
Phototherapy or cold laser therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of light. During this procedure, different wavelengths and outputs of low-level light are applied directly to a targeted area. The body tissue then absorbs the light. The red and near-infrared light cause a reaction, and the damaged cells respond with a physiological reaction that promotes regeneration.
Intersegmental traction is a chiropractic/physical therapy modality that works to stretch the spinal joints and muscles to improve mobility. Patients who receive intersegmental traction therapy benefit from improved spinal range of motion reduced muscle spasms.
Intervertebral spinal discs require blood flow and oxygen for nutrients. Intersegmental traction therapy will facilitate blood circulation and therefore has been proven to accelerate the recovery time of back and spinal injuries.
Intersegmental traction can be even more effective when performed in conjunction with spinal and extremity manipulation. The combination of treatments addresses the source of the pain to enable the optimal environment for your body to heal properly.
Diathermy is a therapeutic treatment most commonly prescribed for muscle and joint conditions. It uses a high-frequency electric current to stimulate heat generation within body tissues. The heat can help with various processes, including increasing blood flow, relieving pain and improve the mobility of tissues as they heal.
Diathermy uses high-frequency electric current to produce heat deep inside a targeted tissue. It can reach areas as deep as two inches beneath the skin’s surface. The diathermy machine does not apply heat directly to the body. Instead, the waves generated by the machine allow the body to generate heat from within the targeted tissue. Diathermy is usually part of a complete physical therapy or rehabilitative regimen. Frequency and length of treatments vary.