Chiropractic care is a holistic approach to health that considers the whole of the human body, and how its systems and parts – including the more than 200 bones, 200 joints and 600 muscles – work together. When these systems are not balanced and in sync with each other, the body experiences pain, discomfort and diminished function or performance.
To find the root cause of your body’s pain and unsatisfactory movement our Doctors of Chiropractic will carefully analyze your posture, movement and function, then develop and implement a results-based plan of care to restore balance between the systems in your body. Our care plans are all inclusive and may encompass:
Activation of the nervous system
Correcting harmful compensation patterns
Manipulation of the body's musculoskeletal system, including the spine, hips, ankle, foot, and shoulder
Release of tight muscles
Training and strengthening proper movement patterns
Changes to diet and nutrition
At Hybrid Performance and Wellness, our team has received extensive Chiropractic training.
Dr. Detweiler is a certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, accredited by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports PhysiciansTM (ACBSP). He has also received advanced training in specialized chiropractic techniques including the Diversified Technique and the Thompson Technique.
Our doctors routinely provide successful outcomes for:
Muscle Pain and Stiffness
Joint Pain and Stiffness
Chronic Pain Conditions
Neck Pain and Stiffness, including Whiplash
Back Pain, including Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) and Herniated Discs
Whether you are in pain or just trying to improve your health and performance, the spectrum of Chiropractic treatment options at Hybrid Performance and Wellness are designed to help your body feel great and function at its best.
Ever had a “knot,” “pinch,” or “crick” in your body? This is a normal complaint of someone who is experiencing pain from a muscular “trigger point.” When it comes to treating these trigger points, dry needling is a treatment of choice. It also has many other uses for those with pain, muscular tightness or imbalances, and even in populations that simply want to get their body recovering quicker and feeling better.
Dry needling is a skilled intervention that uses a thin acupuncture needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate the underlying trigger points, muscles, nervous system and connective tissues to help manage a wide range of conditions.