Chiropractic Treatments – Culver City, CA
Various Options for Stopping Your Pain
If you’re suffering from pain in your back, neck, arms, or legs, you could have a condition that requires chiropractic treatment. Dr. Rozenberg has been helping patients in Los Angeles since 1985 and is particularly skilled in providing compassionate care for those who have suffered from an accident or injury. Once she has diagnosed the root cause of your pain, she’ll create a treatment plan that incorporates the appropriate chiropractic services. Call us today if any of the services listed below sound like they could help you lead an easier, pain-free life.
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Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
Whether you’re suffering from bulging discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, or another condition related to lower back pain, non-surgical spinal decompression is an excellent non-surgical solution. It involves gently stretching the spine in order to change its force and position, relieving the pressure placed on the discs between the vertebrae, giving them a chance to heal. Spinal decompression usually involves multiple treatments administered over the course of several weeks; Dr. Rozenberg will closely monitor your condition and adjust the therapy as needed.
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During cryotherapy, you’ll sit inside a special chamber for about 2 to 3 minutes; during that time, your body will be exposed to a nontoxic nitrogen gas. As a result, your skin’s temperature will fall to about 55 degrees, causing the blood from the skin surface, muscles, and surrounding joint space to move to your core. As a result, blood flow is improved, and your organs receive more oxygen and nutrients than usual. Cryotherapy is shown to be useful for reducing inflammation and diminishing pain, making it excellent for treating chiropractic issues.
Lasers have various uses in the medical world, as they can speed up the body’s natural healing process. They can be used to treat arthritis, knee pain, general muscle pain, and many, many more chiropractic issues. The light from the laser stimulates certain cell receptors in your body, easing inflammation and improving your body’s ability to repair and heal itself. There are various types of laser therapy, and the technology can be used in many different situations.
MLS Robotic Laser
A “cold” laser uses extremely low levels of light. This means that your body’s tissues won’t heat up. Instead, they’ll absorb the light, and the damaged cells will respond in a way that promotes healing. Cold laser therapy can be used to treat all kinds of minor injuries and sprains, and it’s useful for addressing lower back pain, neck pain, knee pain, inflammation, and injured joints. The procedure is noninvasive, and it doesn’t require any medication or preparation since it’s painless.
NeuroMed Matrix Electroanalgesic Pain Management
When your nerves have been damaged, they’ll send pain signals to the brain. The NeuroMed Matrix Electroanalgesic treatment uses electrical energy to reduce these signals while also promoting healing. Treating pain with high definition electrical stimulation is a safe, drug free and effective way to manage chronic pain and address sports injuries.
If you’re looking for a natural solution for your pain, acupuncture is an option that has been practiced for over 2000 years. Tiny needles are inserted into specific points on the skin, placing a small amount of tension on the muscles and tissues in the area. That helps draw the brain’s attention to the part of the body that’s in pain, thus moving the healing process forward. This is a suitable alternative to other forms of chiropractic treatment if you can’t tolerate a lot of pressure on your body.
Electrotherapy is often employed in the early stages of chiropractic treatment. Small adhesive pads are placed on the skin at specific points of the body in order to deliver a small electrical current to the nerves. The idea is that this sort of stimulation encourages the body to release opiates, endorphins, and other chemicals that are meant to reduce pain. It also stops the nerves from sending pain signals to the brain in the first place.
Hot and Cold Therapy
An ice pack can be used to numb your back and reduce your pain. A hot water bottle or another source of heat, on the other hand, increases blood flow, which helps the body heal faster. The application of cold followed by heat in timed increments can go a long way towards stopping back pain and other forms of discomfort while also giving your body a chance to repair the damage. Dr. Rozenberg can adjust the therapy based on your health history and your specific condition.
Soft Tissue Manual Therapy
While you might automatically think of your bones when you hear the word “chiropractor”, the truth is that there are many chiropractic techniques that focus on soft tissues, including the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissue. The treatment involves applying direct pressure to the muscles in question, encouraging the rehabilitation process while also providing a solution for any pain that you’re experiencing. This type of therapy is effective on treating sprains, strains, bursitis, tendonitis, and other soft tissue injuries.
Ultrasound therapy involves send sound waves through the area where pain is occurring. The waves more about a million times every second, producing vibrations that sooth tender areas in your muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. A small amount of heat will be generated as well, drawing more blood to the area for improved healing. The treatment usually starts at a low ultrasound frequency and is increased as necessary. Each session is about 8 to 12 minutes on average.
Mineralgia Pain Relief Cream
In addition to your regular treatment, we can apply Mineralgia pain relief cream to the area where an injury has occurred or where you are experiencing pain. Mineralgia is filled with a variety of plant-based ingredients that help relieve pain, stimulate circulation, and soothe your muscles. This highly versatile cream can be used in a variety of situations to help you recover from back pain, joint pain, sprains, sore muscles, arthritis, and even minor injuries.
If your pain is located in your foot or ankle, you might need custom orthotics. These devices are worn inside your shoes in order to control the alignment of your foot. They will prevent abnormal motions that contribute to the pain, and they redistribute the pressure on the bottom of your feed in order to keep pain and calluses to a minimum. As the name suggests, custom orthotics are specially designed to fit perfectly on your unique feet.