Dr.Sarah uses a variety of safe, gentle, and effective adjusting techniques based on the needs of each individual patient. Dr. Sarah has extensive training and experience in treating all members of the family from newborns on their way home from the hospital to grandma and grandpa. No matter your age or condition,Dr. Sarah will always choose the most appropriate method of adjusting to ensure you get well quickly. Dr. Sarah also has experience treating a wide variety of conditions. For more information about the conditions that may be improved through chiropractic care, click on the links below.
Based on your specific condition and needs, Dr. Sarah may create a personalized plan of progressive stretches and exercises to be used in conjunction with your chiropractic adjustments. The purpose of these stretches and exercises are to continue to make progress toward improving your symptoms quickly. Many times,pain symptoms are caused by more than just one factor. For example, if there is a misalignment of the spine, the soft tissues and musculature in the area may also get very tense as the body attempts to protect the injured, misaligned area. Supplementing your adjustments, which work to correct the misalignment,with therapeutic stretching and exercises may help to relax the muscles in the area to help you feel better, faster.
Electrical stimulation therapy may be used on its own or in conjunction with ultrasound therapy to reduce swelling and pain in the soft tissues and musculature.
Ultrasound therapy may be used on its own or in conjunction with electrical stimulation therapy to reduce swelling and pain in the soft tissues and musculature.
Rock Tape is often applied to areas of the body to reduce swelling and pain as well as to improve the functionality of the soft tissues and musculature. Although Rock Tape is most often used on the athletes that Dr. Sarah treats, it may also be applied for conditions such as sciatica, low back pain, shoulder pain and dysfunction, knee pain and dysfunction, plantar fasciitis, and even for posture correction.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization or IASTM is a therapy that uses a tool to assist in the deep work on the soft tissues and musculature. A variety of tools may be utilized depending on the specific condition and musculature to be worked on. Dr. Sarah uses IASTM to treat a wide variety of conditions including lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), plantar fasciitis, sciatica, and chronically tense or dysfunctional musculature tissue.
Patients in Sioux Falls are now able to take advantage of therapies including Acupuncture, Dry Needling, and Cupping Therapy.