Adjustment Style

Dr. Baumann uses a variety of adjustment techniques depending on what the patient wants.  Dr. Baumann uses Manual adjusting for people who want a more hands on adjustment where they might hear a “pop” or “crack”.  He uses Palmer Package technique which consists of Diversified, Gonstead, Drop, and Toggle Recoil.

Dr. Baumann also uses light force technique called Activator for people who do not want a forceful adjustment and don’t want to hear a “popping” sound.

Graston Therapy

Graston Therapy is a technique that works specifically on the muscles.  Over time muscles begin to develop adhesions and scar tissue.  Graston Therapy uses stainless steel instruments to break up those adhesions and scar tissue in the muscle.  Doing this allows the muscles to get a “quick release” and helps ease tension in the muscles.

Intersegmental Traction

Intersegmental  Traction is a therapy that decompress your spine.  It uses rollers to stretch out and hydrate your discs as well as stretch out the small muscles that attach to you spine called stabilizer muscles.

Cervical Traction

Cervical Traction is a therapy that stretches out the muscles of the neck, decompresses the spinal bones in the neck, and helps keep a forward curve in the neck.  Great for people with headaches, migraines, and/or neck tension.

Muscle Stimulation

Muscle Stimulation is a therapy that works like an electrical massage.  Sticky pads will be put on areas of you back that are in spasm or tight.  The device then puts an electrical stimulation into the muscles.  This helps relax the muscle and relieve any spasm.

Vibration Plate Therapy

Vibration plates help with circulation, osteoporosis, increase range of motion, and proprioception.  Best of all its easy to use, you just have to stand on it.

Rehabilitation Therapy

Dr. Baumann offers Rehab for patients so that they can strengthen weak areas so you can get the long term correction you’ve wanted.

Neuromuscular Re-Education

Or “NMR” is balance training. The idea is that you can retrain your body to improve balance by improving muscle memory. The result is perfect for improved coordination following a debilitating injury.

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