Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic

Orthogonal Chiropractic AdjustmentAtlas Orthogonal is a gentle, effective and state-of-the-art spinal correction procedure that uses percussive sound waves to correct the frist bone of the spine – the atlas. It removes brainstem pressure, helps restore body balance and reactivates the body’s natural healing ability. No manipulation (twisting or cracking) is ever employed or needed. Each patient’s correction is tailored to them and no two corrections are the same.

The Atlas Orthogonal Program was developed with specificity in mind. Drs. Roundy and Clark use special radiographic views to determine the extent and direction of spinal misalignment. Information from the x-rays determines how the Doctor will adjust the spinal segment.

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

Spinal DecompressionMy interest in non-surgical spinal decompression came about due to a personal crisis with my own spine (2-lumbar disc herniations/extrusions). After seeing how incredibly effective this treatment was, I purchased my own state-of-the-art spinal decompression table, of which there are only a handful of in the state of Washington.

Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser TherapyLaser Therapy is nothing more than shining a high intensity light into the area of interest, it’s just that this “light” is very intense, “monochromatic” (one wavelength), coherent (all the photons are in phase and synchronized) and is applied with a very specific dose in mind. It is painless, non-toxic, non-invasive, without drugs and very safe if applied by a trained practitioner.

Custom Orthotics

Custom OrthoticsMany factors are taken into consideration when determining the need for custom orthotics. Aside from the patient’s history, Drs. Roundy and Clark assess the wear patterns present on well-worn shoes and the feet are inspected for signs of dysfunction, such as restricted joint motion, caluses, bunions, etc. If there are indictions for foot/ankle dysfunction, then a computerized gait scan will be performed to assess the movement patterns of the foot while in motion; essentially the patient will walk across a digital pressure plate and the computer will measure how the foot moves during a normal stride. 300 times per second, the center-of-gravity of each foot will be assessed for movement patterns and force loads at specific anatomical landmarks . . . truly state-of-the-art!

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