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Therapy Services FAQs
What is decompression therapy?
Decompression Therapy: Affectionately known as “The Rack,” this unit might resemble the torture units that stretched bodies into submission in medieval times, but it is actually specially designed to heal the body through spinal decompression. If you’re dealing with degenerative disc disease, disc bulge, herniation, or some other form of spinal disc injury, we will likely mention this therapy.
Decompression therapy is the first choice of doctors around the world for the treatment of patients who wish to avoid surgery following a spinal disc injury.
What is cold laser?
Cold laser is a highly effective therapy. The equipment sounds like a buzzing bee and sends heat into the body. While it doesn’t feel cold, it does produce a reaction in the body that decreases healing time for almost any condition.
You’ve tried treatment after treatment for your chronic pain, but nothing seems to be working. That’s where our Class IV laser therapy treatment comes in. Class IV laser therapy is a painless, non-invasive solution for chronic pain issues like back pain, arthritis, soft tissue injuries, and tendonitis. While some treatments simply mask your pain or address your symptoms, our new Class IV laser therapy treats the underlying condition to promote long-term healing. With no known adverse effects, Class IV laser therapy is extremely effective for chronic pain patients who are fed up with the status quo.
What is interferential therapy?
Many people find the idea of using electricity as a therapy downright shocking, but inferential therapy doesn’t involve any unpleasant zapping. Instead, we alternate electric impulses through the muscles, which results in relaxed muscles and welcome pain relief.
What is Active Release Technique (ART)?
Active Release Technique (ART)–Muscle overuse is incredibly common, often leading to painful conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, and sciatica. The patented Active Release Technique (ART) is a soft tissue-based massage technique that treats overuse in muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves.
During an ART session, a certified practitioner uses his or her hands to evaluate the texture, tightness, and movement of the affected area, correcting the problems of each individual patient with a fully customized treatment.
What is dry needling?
Myofascial trigger point dry needling is a therapy designed to help improve the way the nervous system and muscles communicate to one another. Pain and other symptoms are reduced by helping alleviate the muscle knots and restore it to normal function.
Are therapies covered by insurance?
We are in network with many insurance companies, however, the benefits on each plan vary. We will run your insurance benefits prior to your first appointment, so that you know what is covered before receiving treatment.
A health savings account (HSA) may be used to pay for lab fees if they are part of medical care, according to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A patient may also submit a claim to their insurance company for potential partial or full reimbursement of lab work.
We accept Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Savings Accounts (FSAs) to pre-pay these services in advance. We will provide you with all of the required receipts to submit these services. Please note that most HSAs and FSAs will allow you to pay these services in advance. However, it is the account holder’s responsibility to determine the limitations with their contact person who holds these specific guidelines.