Welcome to Enhanced Performance Chiropractic, now one of the very few chiropractic companies to offer at home or at work concierge care. After seeing how difficult it was for patients to find the time to make it into the office, We decided that, if the patient can’t make it to us, why don’t we go to them.
Here at Enhanced Performance Chiropractic, we understand that you are a busy person who likes to enjoy their life. You work too hard to be kept out of the game due to pain or illness. Our goal is to reduce that pain and illness that is affecting your life. Our unique approach involves looking at the whole body, from head to toe. We address how you stand and how you move in order to create an individualized
treatment plan with specific goals. We listen to your personal goals and will put a plan in action to help you achieve them.
You might be asking yourself why should you come here instead of somewhere else. The answer is simple, results. In the past few months Enhanced
Performance Chiropractic has been able to work with professional soccer and football players, olympic athletes, collegiate/scholarship athletes, and several high school athletes. All of them report the same thing, THEY GOT BETTER. After we assessed their problem, created a treatment plan, and put that plan into action, they were all able to return to the field.
Now, it is important to remember not all results will be the same. What I can promise is that we will use the same level of care with the everyday weekend warrior as we do with our professional athletes. It doesn’t matter what your activity of choice is, if movement is inhibiting you from doing what you love, it is my objective to do what it takes to get your back to doing what you love.
We use a variety of treatments and techniques to produce results in our patients. These treatments involve the adjustment, soft tissue (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia) release, electrical stimulation, rehabilitative exercises, and whatever else might be necessary in order to get the patients better. It is important to remember that rehabilitation is a full time activity. Although you might spend a few hour a week in the office, you spend much more time at home or work or practice, so if the doctor gives you exercises to do on your own, it is because these exercises will help reinforce what we are accomplishing in the office.