Three Treatment Stages


Relief care is provided for relief of immediate pain, restricted mobility and discomfort. Depending on the diagnosis, your age, physical condition, how long you have had the current complaint, and previous injuries, a few or several visits over a short period of time will be necessary.


Corrective care may require a longer, more complex period of care. Once the severity of your condition has decreased through relief care, corrective care helps to restore normal function to your spine, muscles, supporting tissues and the nerves affected by them.


Maintenance and wellness care helps you maintain and preserve the benefits you’ve achieved from relief and corrective care, eventually achieving a state of wellness. Our practitioners are trained to detect conditions in their early stages, often before you feel pain or reduced mobility. Continuing to work with our practitioners for periodic check-ups and treatments will keep your spine as healthy as possible.

Effects of Reset Spine Therapy


Reset Spine Therapy includes: Acupuncture treatments such as, Needle, Moxibustion, Cupping, and Tui-na; Chiropractic adjustment techniques such as, Manual Adjustment, Flexion and Distraction Therapy, Decompression Table, Physiotherapy modalities, and stretching and strengthening exercises; diet and other healthy living suggestions.

Our practitioners will discuss a schedule of care, which will depend on where you are. For some people, Reset Spine Therapy is like a regular tune-up, to help deal with the daily wear and tear of life. For others, it’s simply an effective treatment when pain or discomfort strikes.

Treatment Areas


  • Neck pain
  • Mid back pain
  • Low back pain
  • Rib area pain
  • Spine & Disc degeneration—Bulged or ruptured discs

Sports Injuries

  • Shoulder pain—Rotator cuff injuries, frozen shoulder
  • Knee pain—Strains and sprains
  • Wrist pain—Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Muscle spasms
  • IT Band Syndrome

Neuromuscular Treatments

  • Pinched nerves—pain with tingling and numbness
  • Sciatica
  • Radiculopathy through extremities
  • Fibromyalgia

Other Treatments

  • Headaches
  • Scoliosis
  • TMJ
  • Motor Vehicle Accident -Whiplash
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Child Growth




  • Needle
  • Moxibustion
  • Cupping
  • Electronic Needle
  • Natural Herb
  • Tui-na


  • Manual Therapy
  • Spinal Manipulation Therapy
  • Flexion and Distraction Therapy
  • Decompression Therapy
  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • Kinesio Taping

Spinal Manipulation Therapy

Spinal manipulation therapy creates motion (including articular surface separation), function, and/or reduces pain by releasing pressure in your affected joints, aligning your muscles and joints, and improving blood circulation to maintain and restore health.

This therapy uses mobilization and manipulation techniques to help restore full movement to restricted joints, as well as normal elasticity to muscles and other soft tissues. Restoring mechanical and soft tissue balance benefits the structure of the entire body and its physiological mechanisms.

Flexion and Distraction Therapy

Flexion and Distraction Therapy is research-documented spinal manipulation to relieve lower back pain, disc herniation, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, and post-surgical continued pain.

Flexion and Distraction Therapy allows for a gentle spinal decompression of herniated or ruptured discs to rapidly reduce the bulge (herniation) and relieve painful pressure on spinal nerves. This relieves spinal pain by decreasing intradiscal pressure, widening spinal canal foraminal, reducing pressure on spinal nerves, and returning motion to the spinal joints.

Decompression Therapy

Non-surgical spinal decompression is achieved through the use of a mechanical traction device applied through an on-board computer that controls the force and angle of disc distraction, which reduces the body’s natural propensity to resist external force and/or generate muscle spasms.

The theory behind spinal decompression is that significant distractive forces can create a negative pressure in the center of the intervertebral disc, thereby creating a suctioning effect or vacuum phenomenon in order to retract or reduce the size of the herniated or bulging disc’s gelatinous internal nucleus pulposus. This diminishes or eliminates nerve compression, while at the same time creating an osmotic gradient, which helps bring nutrients and water into the disc.

Kinesio Taping

The Kinesio Taping Method is a definitive rehabilitative taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. It provides extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered within the clinical setting.

Latex-free and wearable for days at a time, Kinesio Tex Tape is safe for all ages, and successfully treats a variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and other medical conditions. By targeting different receptors within the somatosensory system, taping alleviates pain and facilitates lymphatic drainage by microscopically lifting the skin. This lifting affect forms convolutions in the skin and increases interstitial space, allowing for a decrease in inflammation of the affected areas.

Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercise is bodily movement prescribed to correct an impairment, improve musculoskeletal function, or maintain a state of well-being. It may vary from highly selected activities restricted to specific muscles or parts of the body. The purpose of therapeutic exercise is to return patients to their peak physical conditions.

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is defined as a clinical approach utilizing skilled, specific hands-on techniques, including but not limited to manipulation/mobilization, used by the physical therapist to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joint structures for the following purposes: modulating pain; increasing range of motion (ROM); reducing or eliminating soft tissue inflammation; inducing relaxation; improving contractile and non-contractile tissue repair, extensibility, and/or stability; facilitating movement; and improving function.