What is Conservative Therapy?

The doctor injects trigger points in the girl's back

Conservative therapy is a non-surgical approach, non-invasive approach  to alleviating and healing spinal pain in the back and neck as well as pain in and around the extremities. Conservative therapy employs: Medication- as recommended by your medical doctors Injections- as recommended by your medical doctors physical therapy- strengthening, flexibility, manual therapy, patient education Most pain […]

What are the Benefits of Cupping?

Woman preparing glass cup with flame for cupping therapy, a treatment used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for pain relief and other health benefits.

You may have recently seen athletes and actors showing up in public with mysterious circular bruises on their bodies. These marks are from cupping therapy. Cupping is a healing modality as well as a massage technique. Though it has been practiced in China, Egypt, Greece, and Middle Eastern cultures for thousands of years, cupping has […]

Traditional Scoliosis Treatment Vs. The Schroth Method

Young attractive female doctor holding spine model and truing to realize where is patient's painful place.

Idiopathic Scoliosis (IS) is a 3-dimensional spinal deformity resulting in twisting or rotation of the spine into an “S” or a “C” curve. While other forms of scoliosis exist, IS is the most common and results from an unknown cause. It is primarily diagnosed in apparently healthy adolescents and teens and is more often found […]

Does Advanced Care Engage in No-Fault Arbitration?

A wooden judge gavel and stethoscope on a medical chart

Part of signing up for medical insurance or seeing a new medical provider is navigating the sometimes daunting amount of paperwork and finding answers to questions you may have.    Many patients have questions about arbitration – what it is and when it comes into play.    Arbitration in general is a process for settling […]

Scoliosis Exercises for Back to School Season

Scoliosis Spine Curve Anatomy

It’s time to go back to school, and it’s a perfect time to learn about Scoliosis. Raising awareness and educating the public about scoliosis signs and symptoms, early detection, and the various correction methods can make a major difference in the life of someone who has scoliosis. Did you know roughly 2-3% of the population […]