CHIROPRACTIC THERAPY

CAP Health Chiropractic Doctors diagnose, treat, and help prevent conditions and disorders related to the spine and extremities, and their effects on the nervous system. 

Our comprehensive assessment is paramount in order to address the underlying cause of injury, while also providing symptom relief. We use a manual therapy approach – a combination of joint manipulation or mobilization to restore range of motion to the joints of the body, with soft tissue treatment techniques and individualized rehabilitation. This approach is a highly effective method for addressing injury and movement dysfunctions. Chiropractors are primary health practitioners in Alberta, specifically trained to diagnose and treat neuro-musculoskeletal injuries.

Our downtown Calgary Chiropractors utilize muscle release and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization techniques, along with laser therapy, acupuncture, IMS, taping and exercise rehabilitation. Combined, these are the most effective approach for the treatment of sports injuries and overuse conditions.

Whether you are an everyday office worker, athlete or weekend warrior looking to improve, or need assistance in recovering from injury or surgery, our Chiropractic team can help you reach your goals.

Your first visit will include a full assessment, diagnosis and treatment. We are able to refer you for imaging including Xray, CT and MRI if necessary. Subsequent treatment visits are approximately 30 minutes and may include a combination of soft tissue techniques, joint manipulations and mobilizations, exercise rehabilitation or other modalities.

Most common conditions that we treat include:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Concussion, post-concussive syndromes, and whiplash associated disorders
  • Temporomandibular joint (jaw) disorders
  • Pregnancy related low back/neck pain
  • Foot & ankle injuries
  • Knee pain
  • Elbow Pain
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Sports related injuries
  • Numbness, tingling, and/or weakness
  • Joint, ligament, or muscle injury