We take a functional, structural, and movement based approach to help our patients move and feel better.
We focus on joint alignment, mobility, strength, flexibility, and balance.
We use chiropractic adjustments, functional rehabilitation, soft tissue treatments (ART and Graston), massage therapy, personal training, and Metagenics Lifestyle weight loss program to help our patients achieve their health goals.
We believe chiropractic care shouldn’t be a task, it should be enjoyable! People come to XOC to get treated, but our goal is to make the experience as enjoyable as possible and have our patients leave feeling better, educated, and motivated to be proactive about their health.
We want to raise the awareness and standards of health in our community.
On your initial visit a you will consult with your doctor to discuss your health-related problems, concerns, as well as potential treatment options. Your first visit is designed for your doctor to learn more about you, your condition and your expectations to determine whether they can help.
After your consultation, your doctor will perform a complete examination including but not limited to testing your range of motion, reflexes, neurological, orthopedic, postural, and physical examinations. Nothing will be done in our office without your consent.
Patients will generally be provided with their first treatment at the conclusion of the appointment. This may include spinal adjustments, physical therapies, and/or soft tissue therapies. Treatment is interactive with you so you can express any concerns you have about the style of adjustment you will be most comfortable with.
Existing Patient Chiropractic and Physical Therapy
Your visit includes a daily movement screen, soft tissue treatments selected by you and your doctor (which may be cupping, IASTM Graston/RockBlades, medical floss bands, RockTape Kinesiology Tape, joint mobilizations/manipulations, corrective exercises and EDUCATION regarding your health goals.
Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
Your journey into movement begins here. Movement is the universal language of human expression. Understanding the how and why of moving well helps us aspire to move often. Welcome to the Movement Experience.
FMS uses objective and validated standards to check the movement baseline and build foundations for lifelong movement success. Therefore, certified professionals can discover the best opportunities to improve movement and identify how to train with purpose and precision in order for individuals to achieve their fitness, sports performance or return from injury goals.
The FMS is the screening tool used to identify limitations or asymmetries. It measures fundamental movement patterns that are key to functional movement quality in individuals with no current pain or known musculoskeletal injury.
Scar Tissue Treatment
Cesarean, knee/hip or other joint replacement, open heart surgery, breast augmentation and all other surgical and non-surgical scars.
Scars can mimic musculoskeletal pain syndromes and play a role in movement dysfunction and pain. Scar tissue is the #1 reason for failed spinal surgery and a major complicating factor with any surgery.
This treatment is targeted at reducing and preventing scar tissue by utilizing specific techniques targeted and reducing pain and improving motion of the scar as well as restoring biomechanics of the effected region.
Targeted scar, skin, fascia and muscles assessments, IASTM, manual therapies, cupping, RockTape Kinesiology Tape, medical flossing and specific movements are all utilized during a single session.
Virtual work station assessment (home or office ergonomic assessment)
Is sitting the new smoking?
Minimize the micro-traumas and receptive use injuries associated with sitting. Sitting for long hours can leave you fatigued, tight, achey and can lead to more serious conditions.
A picture will be used to analyze your seated work space and make specific recommendations.
What we are looking for: seat height, screen height, head and neck angle, hip and leg angle, elbow and wrist angles.
The focus of this treatment is to restore motion to restricted joints in order to decrease pain and increase motion. The method is decided upon based on the patient and doctors conversation as to which approach will be most effective and most comfortable. The options are manual manipulation, joint mobilizations, activator, and percussion tools.