Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a very complex chiropractic technique which was created by George Goodheart, Jr., which Dr. Best, D.C. studied under. Dr. Best, D.C. has completed more than 1,000 hours in Applied Kinesiology alone, and has assisted teaching hundreds of other doctors over many years the protocols in AK. The use of AK creates a truly holistic treatment which finds the underlying causes of dysfunction in the body. This technique is ideal for persons truly looking for optimal health.
ARTHRITIC JOINT PAIN
Knee injuries and shoulder injuries are common problems where often surgery can be avoided with early treatment. Vibration training may be used to rehabilitate injured joints, ligaments and muscles.
Often a simple sprained ankle left untreated, for example, becomes a “weak link” with re-injury to the area on regular basis. It may also cause favoritism of a limb leading to other injuries and degenerative conditions.
NECK PAIN AND WHIPLASH
Many people are afraid of the traditional chiropractic adjustments to the neck . . . don’t worry Dr. Best Chiropractor offers low-force and non-force techniques to reestablish normal movement back into the neck and the entire spine. Adjustments to the neck can are tailored to an individuals needs as well as what they are personally comfortable with. Neck pain is best treated by a chiropractor in the early stages before it becomes degenerative.
Whiplash commonly caused by an auto accident is often ignored by many people thinking the pain and soreness will go away on its own; often the pain will go away but the underlying problem becomes worse over the next few years resulting in degenerative conditions. Serious injuries like a car accident should not be overlooked.
HEADACHES AND MIGRAINES
Dr. Best Chiropractor has unique approach to realigning the muscular system and the joints in the extremities through Applied Kinesiology and laser therapy.
Did you know in the shoulder girdle alone there are 17 muscles that have to work in concert with each other or joint pain can easily develop.