Chiropractic and Massage in the Spokane Valley
Dr. Johnson combines many different techniques & methods of adjusting and manual therapy, depending on what your body needs. Dr. Johnson also uses Yoga, nutrition, breathing techniques and soft tissue massage to aid in your healing. If you are seeking acute injury care for neck pain, back pain, jaw pain / TMJ, disc pain, headaches / migraines, carpal tunnel, sciatica, SI joint pain, pinched nerve from a sports injury, fall, car accident, repetitive stress injury, or just life itself, Chiropractic can help speed your recovery.
Graston Technique® is a non-invasive instrument-assisted technique used to mobilize soft tissue and dissolve scar tissue. Graston Technique® is an innovative approach to treating both chronic and acute soft tissue injuries; the design of the tools allow for specific and increased tissue penetration, thus creating more effective treatments and reducing recovery time.
Created utilizing the concept of a tuning fork, Graston® tools are carefully molded from stainless steel into masterful instruments designed to fit the contours of the human body; the instruments resonate with the body and amplify detections within the body to identify and treat specific adhesions and restrictions, and sometimes fibrous scar-tissue.
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Dr. Sara has been fitting people with Custom Orthotics for over 10 years. She uses Sole Supports. Sole supports uses a mold of each patients non weight bearing arch to mold a custom orthotic to help with arch support. All the joints in the lower limb are closely connected and affect one another. When the arch collapses in the foot, it triggers a series of compensations up the joint chain which causes the knee and thigh to rotate inwards – leading to increased stress on the knee, pelvis and low back. You may have noticed that your low back pain is worse in different shoes, that walking in bare feet or prolonged standing makes your back hurt. This may be an indication that your feet are contributing to your back pain.
2510 N. Pines Suite 203