Doctors of Chiropractic are trained professionals that use their clinical skills to diagnose issues of the musculoskeletal system. Our doctors are experts in reading diagnostic information, such as x-rays or lab results, and determining the treatment plan that is best suited for you and your body. They will use all of their abilities and our facility treatments, such as soft tissue therapy, rehab, manipulation, or physical therapy, to maximize your full health potential.
Many people initially seek out chiropractic care for issues such as neck painand low back pain, but our doctors can provide treatment and relief for so many other things! At Mountain View Pain Center, we see all types of sports related injuries such as plantar fascistic, ankle sprains, knee rehab, shoulder and wrists sprains, as well as the more commonly thought of cases such as neck pain, back pain, and disc related injuries.
Mountain View pain Center prides itself on its holistic approach to healthcare. Through using this combination of treatments, we are able to thoroughly help our patients with the pain they are experiencing and ensure that they are able to go through the tasks of daily living without pain.
Mountain View Pain Center uses one of the most popular “low force” chiropractic techniques in the world. Activator Methods Technique® (AMCT) is a gentle, low-force chiropractic technique.
Gonstead represents the ultimate standard in “hands on” spinal adjusting and remains one of the leaders in chiropractic techniques. The Gonstead Technique has a specific application on the affected segment or segments only. What makes the Gonstead technique unique is its system that allows for a very thorough evaluation process.
The Diversified Technique is the classic chiropractic technique developed to address bio-mechanical failure in each section of the spine. The focus is on restoration to normal function. In addition, Diversified methods have been developed to adjust extremity joints, allowing for beneficial applications in treating sports injuries and other injuries.
The Thompson Technique was first introduced over fifty years ago by Dr. J. Clay Thompson. Since the beginning, this system of analysis and drop-table correction has been used by thousands of successful chiropractors.