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Movement Analysis

Each patient undergoes an SFMA screen to determine the root of dysfunction and/or cause of pain. While different for infants and children, all patients go through individual analyses. It is especially important for children to develop patterns that are functional. The way we learn to move from birth actually develops into all of our movement patterns. With that information, Dr. Katie can determine a treatment plan that will ensure you are as healthy and functional as possible.

Functional Rehabilitation

Adjustments are applied during your appointment time, but patients can help themselves by participating in various rehabilitation exercises outside of that time. Dr. Katie has noticed that patients who participate in their care more than by just showing up to their appointments tend to have better outcomes and more satisfaction in their care.

Manual Therapy - Myofascial Release

When a muscle, tendon, or ligament is too tight, painful, or does not function properly, Dr. Katie will use a soft tissue technique to help address this issue. 

Pregnancy and

Postpartum Care

The body undergoes a multitude of changes during pregnancy, and maintaining proper musculoskeletal health is vital during this time. Studies have shown those who receive chiropractic care during pregnancy have less pain and even shorter labor times than those who do not. Dr. Katie helps women remain safely active during their pregnancy for their health and the health of their baby. But care doesn't need to stop once the baby comes! Long labor, compound hands, breech babies, forceps/vacuum delivery, Cesarean section, and a variety of other birth scenarios - even a natural birth - can lead to musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction in you and/or your baby. Chiropractic care is safe for infants and can help your little one latch pain-free!


Chiropractic joint manipulation - commonly referred to as adjusting - is used to release restricted joints of the spine and extremities. By applying an adjustment to a restricted segment, the joint regains motion that would be unattainable using only exercise or posture correction. 


Dr. Katie promotes an anti-inflammatory diet to her patients. Inflammation is a key contributor to pain, as well as an important factor in most health conditions affecting the population today (heart disease, cancer, etc). Educating patients on proper food choices and providing supplements when indicated can ensure long-lasting results in respect to pain and also provide a nutritional basis for a healthier, active lifestyle.

"85% of pregnant women reported relief from back pain after receiving
chiropractic adjustments"

Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 2014

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