At Choice Restorative Medicine, our doctors and staff are trained to treat patients of all ages. Therapy is safe for the majority of our patients and an examination can determine if you are a good candidate.
If your condition warrants treatment, you can choose from several types of restorative therapies that can help you resume your healthy lifestyle.
Even if you have undergone previous spinal surgeries, suffer from osteoporosis, or have been told that therapy would not help you, the modern advances in restorative medicine we practice may be helpful for your condition.
Conditions We Treat
Choice Restorative Medicine focuses on the whole patient first to understand the causes of many common conditions.
Our most commonly treated conditions include, back and neck pain, headaches, arthritis, sciatica, injuries, disc problems, stiffness, weight problems, bursitis, tendonitis, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis, migraines, stress and tension, muscle problems, numbness and tingling, car and work accidents. However, the cause of your condition may vary wildly from other people. Schedule a consultation today and begin to understand why you feel the way you do.
Some of the types of patients we routinely work with include:
- Expecting & Experienced Mothers
- Gardeners & DIY Fanatics
- Senior Citizens
- Weekend Warriors
- Working Professionals
Athletes today are vulnerable to a variety of injuries, and can often struggle with multiple aches and pains during training and playing seasons.
Overexertion during training, injuries to the body in competitions, and poor overall technique, can result in problems ranging from musculoskeletal conditions to chronic pain.
At Choice Restorative Medicine, we treat athletes for injuries that often include:
- Back pain
- Tennis elbow
- Knee injuries
- Ankle injuries
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
Non-Invasive, Natural Healing
Staying active during the sports season is a priority for most athletes. Chiropractic and Restorative Medicine can address sports injuries with gentle, non-invasive techniques.
At Choice Restorative Medicine, we treat sports injuries with many different techniques, including: stem cell treatment, PRP treatment, laser treatment, chiropractic care, expanded physical rehab, and trigger point therapy
Additionally, we use the following techniques to treat sports injuries:
Engaging in therapeutic stretches and exercises can build muscle strength and enhance the healing power of a spinal adjustment.
Proper training and technique is the key to preventing future sports injuries. We work with patients to show them how to prepare their muscles for competitions, as well as how to prevent muscle strain and exercise properly before and after competitions.
Inflammation is a common problem with sports injuries. We help our patients by showing them which foods can reduce inflammation and help injuries heal.
Don’t live with sports injury any longer. If you’ve been injured during training or competition, schedule a free consultation with us today.
Restorative Medicine for
Pregnancy and delivery can put great stress on the body. restorative medicine can help new moms from pregnancy through delivery and postpartum stages of motherhood.
All-natural and medication-free, restorative medicine is completely safe for both mom and baby.
Pregnancy Chiropractic Care
For pregnant women, we use a method called the Webster Technique.
This method provides the following benefits to expectant mothers:
- Adjusts the position of the woman’s pelvis for optimal positioning during labor
- Helps relieve pressure on the back, shoulders, hips, and neck
- Maximizes comfort for the mother
After the baby is born, many mothers have various aches and pain, as well as the potential for great emotional and physical stress. Lack of sleep, discomfort during breast-feeding, and recovery from childbirth can take its toll on a new mom’s body and spirit.
Our postpartum spinal adjustment helps speed healing by doing the following:
- Alleviating muscle pain in the back, shoulders, and hips
- Treating pain in the tailbone
- Regulating hormones
- Reducing stress
Postpartum Restorative Medicine
Restorative medicine is an exciting new treatment that incorporates some of the best tools from traditional (or conventional) medicine with proven alternative treatments that allow your body to recover faster from the stress of birth.
Our postpartum restorative medicine helps speed healing by using the following treatment options:
- Stem cell treatments
- PRP treatments
- Laser treatments
- Trigger point therapy
- Expanded physical rehab
If you’re an expecting parent, or full-time mom in the Pittsburgh area, schedule a free consultation with us today!
Restorative Medicine Gardeners
Gardening may be a rewarding activity, but it can also be painful. With all that bending and squatting in the dirt, working in the garden can be hard on your knees, back, shoulders, neck, and more.
Restorative medicine offers help for gardeners. In addition to treating related injuries, consulting with one of our chiropractors can help you avoid pain in the future.
What Damage Can Gardening Do?
Gardeners can be affected by a variety of conditions, the most common of which include:
- Back pain and injury
- Sore knees and joints
- Neck strain
- Muscle stiffness
While these conditions are not often serious, they can, if not treated properly, lead to further injury and chronic pain.
How Can Restorative medicine Help Gardeners?
At Choice Restorative Medicine we use entirely natural, holistic methods to treat any gardening- related injuries.
At our practice, we offer the following natural treatments:
Therapeutic Stretches and Exercises:
We’ll teach you how to perform stretches before starting in the garden and after your work is finished. Warming up and warming down after gardening helps minimize the shock to your system, which can reduce your garden-related pain.
Elimination of Subluxations:
Subluxations occur when the spinal cord becomes pinched in the vertebrae of the spine. Bending over while working hard in the garden can result in subluxations. With spinal adjustment, we can treat back injury by eliminating subluxations, making the experience of gardening more comfortable and less damaging to your body.
Some movements and postures are better for your body than others. We can teach you how to avoid injury by holding your body properly and using products like garden mats for kneeling.
Musculoskeletal injuries can reduce your productivity in the garden, but at Choice Restorative Medicine, we’ll help keep you working in the garden you love.
If you’re experiencing a lot of gardening related pain, schedule your free consultation with us today!
Restorative Medicine for
Though running is good for cardiovascular health, it can be hard on your body in many ways. Seeing one of our Doctors for aches and pains can help avoid permanent injury, as well as preventing chronic pain that could potentially leave you unable to run for a very long time.
Overuse, torn ligaments and broken bones are all common problems for runners.
Runners can also experience the following conditions:
- Stress fractures
- Plantar fasciitis
- Shin splints
- Runner's knee
- Sprained ankle
Restorative medicine Keeps Athletes Running
Stem cells for the non-surgical treatment and repair help with arthritis, including the knees, hips, elbows, and shoulders. Runners don’t need to be experiencing pain to benefit from restorative treatment.
PRP treatment is a type of plasma containing many factors that can be essential for healing and the restoration of cells. A small amount of your own blood is removed and placed in a centrifuge to separate it into its many components, one of which is PRP. The PRP is then re-injected into a specific area to begin the regeneration process.
K-4 laser treatments can also be used to treat a wide variety of pain, injuries, neuropathy and swelling, carpal tunnel, arthritis, skin disorders, bursitis, nerve damage, joint damage, and plantar fasciitis.
Chiropractic Care Keeps Athletes Running
Runners don’t need to be experiencing pain to benefit from chiropractic treatment.
The following chiropractic methods can help keep the spine in alignment, which in turn enables good communication between the brain and the rest of the body.
The foundation of all chiropractic care, this technique realigns the vertebrae and eliminates subluxations. Spinal adjustment helps reduce muscle stiffness, leading to greater mobility and decreased risk of injury.
Hot and Cold Therapy:
Cold compresses can help reduce inflammation if runners become injured, while heat therapy can help reduce pain and promote increased blood flow to parts of the body that need to be healed.
Eating right helps ensure that the body has enough energy for sprints or endurance training, which can help you train safely without injury or muscle strain.
Regular chiropractic treatments can help runners like you avoid injuries by keeping the musculoskeletal system of your body working properly.
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