As modern Chiropractors at Dynamic Spine, Sport & Wellness we take a functional and biomechanical approach to assessing, diagnosing, and managing neuromusculoskeletal conditions, ranging from back, neck pain and headache, to repetitive strain disorders from work, and acute and overuse injuries from sports training and competition.
Modern Chiropractors are not just back specialists anymore. Using various hands-on soft tissue and manual techniques, in combination with appropriate patient education and exercises, Chiropractors restore the natural function of the body to allow it heal properly, recover from injury, and improve overall health and performance. As modern Chiropractors our team combines the art and philosophy of Chiropractic practice with the latest scientific literature in Chiropractic and Sports Medicine to provide a well-rounded and evidence-based approach to correcting neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
Now, through continual research and education, many other factors are thought to be at play with pain and dysfunction. While alignment/motion of the spine is important, proper functioning of the soft tissues around the spine are thought to be equally as important. Chiropractors are now trained to effectively examine, diagnose, and treat not just spinal dysfunctions, but the soft tissue dysfunction too, as one rarely exists without the other! This is why at Dynamic Spine, Sport & Wellness we use cutting edge soft tissue techniques such as Active Release Technique®, Graston Technique®, Class III Laser Therapy and Kinesiotaping® along with traditional chiropractic mobilization and manipulation to help each of our patients.
"Dr. Ward who has been providing me with excellent chiropractic services since Ironman Canada last year.
I went to Clay pretty beat up from ignoring my injuries all year. I could barely stand up straight. He is incredibly methodical and thorough with listening to where your pain is, why it's there and working together to get you better.
So don't be stubborn like me, get treated if you're in pain so you can stay in the fight"