On your first visit to our office, you will be welcomed with a warm smile. You will then be asked to fill out required forms which will help us gain some information about your condition. Doctor will talk with you and ask you some specific questions regarding your condition.

After a thorough consultation, you will have a chiropractic examination and radiological examination if necessary. Additional examinations like Muscle Strength Test or Range of Motion Test may be performed.
Once all required examinations have been performed, you will be escorted to a treatment room. On your first visit, we will perform gentle physical therapy without chiropractic adjustment.

Doctor will assess your condition carefully and make a report of findings on your 2nd visit and tell you recommendation for treatment. Once you have accepted our treatment plan, you will receive a full treatment including chiropractic adjustment.

Chiropractic adjustment will correct subluxated vertebrae (minor misalignment or fixation of a spinal segment) in your spine and relieve a pressure on the nerves. We offer a variety of different adjusting techniques that are gentle, and safe for all age groups.

You might or might not feel slightly warm sensation without any pain in the area of treatment. The laser in a specific frequency will enhance a healing process (collagen synthesis) in the damaged area.

Ultrasound, electric muscle stimulation, interferential therapy, hot packs, cold packs, intersegmental mobilization, spinal traction, taping, orthotics, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, exercise programs, neck and Back Care Classes.

In addition to the chiropractic adjustment, many patients require additional therapy to achieve maximum recovery. Rehabilitative exercises helps to build strength in your spine or other joints. We have a series of rehabilitative exercise program in order to:
– Enhance muscle performance
– Decrease risk of re-injury
– Accelerate recovery and return to normal activity

This technique is used to treat patients with a variety of soft tissue problem. When muscle fibers are injured, the fibers and the fascia (thin tissue covers muscles) become tight. Stretching the muscles and fascia by therapist’s hands or fingers releases the tightness in the muscle fibers. Myofascial Release is not massage. Myofascial Release is used to equalize muscle tension throughout the body. Unequal muscle tension can compress nerves and other muscles causing pain. Progress is measured by a decrease in the patient’s pain. Most patients find Myofascial Release to be a very relaxing treatment.

Maintenance care is treatment necessary to maintain the current level of health and to help maintain optimum spinal function. Maintenance care generally helps to minimize and prevent aggravations of a chronic or permanent problem.

San Mateo Clinic
Mon 8:30AM-11:00AM
Tue 2:00PM-4:30PM
Wed 8:30AM-11:00AM
Thu 2:00PM-4:30PM*
Fri 8:30AM-11:00AM
Sat 12:00AM-1:00PM
Sun Close
*Appointment Only
San Jose Clinic
Mon 12:00PM-6:30PM
Tue 9:00AM-11:30AM
Wed 12:00PM-6:30PM
Thu Close
Fri 12:00PM-6:30PM
Sat 8:00AM-11:30AM
Sun Close