Misalignment of the spine can put pressure on nerves and cause a lot of pain in your head, neck, and back. Spine adjustments can realign your vertebrae and take pressure off the nerves to help unlock and retrain tensed muscles to relax and allow your spine to maintain proper alignment.
The Sigma Adjuster method of chiropractic adjustment is FDA-cleared and used in more than 32 countries. The treatment time takes less than 10 minutes using a computerized medical device that eliminates the guesswork of traditional chiropractic care for precise, effective therapy.
Our non-surgical, non-invasive spinal decompression therapy involves a motorized traction system that gently decompresses the spine. This therapeutic manipulation takes pressure off of nerves and other spinal structures and can help bulging/herniated disks retract.
Power plate rehabilitation uses the latest technological developments to help relieve pain. Using vibrations to simultaneously increase blood flow to muscles and bones while also activating your nervous system, power plate rehab naturally increases your body’s ability to heal itself and relieve pain.
Every Triage Wellness Institute treatment starts with a personal consultation. We’ll discuss all of your concerns, your goals for treatment, and your medical history. Your provider will also examine the treatment area(s). If together we determine that spine adjustments in Elko New Market address your concerns, we’ll create a treatment plan and schedule your sessions.
Your spinal adjustment will utilize one or more of our treatment protocols to bring the misaligned vertebrae back in line. Through manual manipulation and/or using the Sigma Adjuster, we’ll move the joint either slightly more than its usual range of motion or within the natural range to help the spine align correctly.
After your adjustment there may be a temporary increase in pain/discomfort, some stiffness, and/or you may experience a headache. These side effects are temporary and should alleviate within 1 to 3 days. Each patient is different, and the positive results will vary.
Award-winning doctor and published author, Dr. Buesgens, OTR, DC, leads Triage Wellness. His more than 30 years of experience include a BS from Creighton University in Occupational Therapy and a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Northwestern Health Sciences University.
Your health and wellness are our top priorities at Triage Wellness Institute. As an outpatient rehabilitation and wellness center, we offer a variety of non-invasive, non-surgical treatments and services to repair, rebuild, and refocus your body’s natural healing properties. We help patients reach their goals every day.
With our treatments and therapies you’ll be able to stop living life on the sidelines and get back into the game! Whether you’re enjoying your personal time, returning to an athletic lifestyle, or getting back to work, we’ll help you accomplish the physical activities and movements you need to live your life.
Our virtual consultation tool lets you look at where you want to improve and how you can achieve these goals—all in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
People with back pain, neck pain, headaches, and/or pain in other joints (including osteoarthritis and/or fibromyalgia) make good candidates for spine adjustments at Triage Wellness Institute. Treatment can be performed on adults and children.
You may not be a candidate if you suffer from:
When joints/vertebrae are adjusted, the sudden release of tension can allow your body to also release toxins for natural elimination, possibly including:
This may cause a temporary series of side effects, such as soreness, stiffness, headaches, and possible toxic release syndrome (TRS), which exhibits mild fever-like symptoms.
The immediate answer is no, your spine adjustment won’t reposition the spine. One adjustment will cause temporary safe movement of the spine. To truly achieve alignment it will require multiple spine adjustments along with specific exercises and stretching processes that will help relax tensed muscles, rebuild atrophied muscles, and rehabilitate ligaments to allow your spine to realign and stabilize.