At IPM, we treat conditions related to your body’s structure. Our goal is to relieve your pain and improve your function. We don't prescribe drugs or do surgery. Instead, we utilize the best combination of chiropractic care, physical therapy and therapeutic massage treatment options that not only repairs the injured area, but makes the area stronger and more stable to be able to withstand future injuries. That is the true definition of preventative care.
An overview of some of the more common conditions we treat.
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Coccydynia | Discs - Bulging, Degenerative & Herniated | Sacroiliac Pain | Scoliosis | Sprains & Strains | Upper & Lower Back Pain
Joint Replacements | Tennis Elbow | Tendonitis
Foot & Ankle Pain
Plantar Fasciitis | Tendonitis
Cervicogenic Headaches | Migraine Headaches | Stress Headaches | Tension Headaches
Hip Bursitis | Joint Replacements | Sciatica | Tendonitis
Leg & Knee Pain
Joint Replacements | Restless Leg Syndrome | Shin Splints | Tendonitis
Fibromyalgia | Myofascial Pain | Spasms & Weakness | Sprains & Strains
Discs - Bulging, Degenerative & Herniated | Whiplash
Joint Replacements | Stiff or Frozen Shoulder | Rotator Cuff | Sciatica | Tendonitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | Tendonitis
Are these conditions covered by insurance?
In most cases yes and we make sure we verify your coverage with your insurance company before any treatment begins. That way, if it isn't 100%, we can let you know how much of your plan is covered right from the start.
We are in-network with most PPO/POS plans (BCBS, Aetna, United Healthcare, Cigna and more), as well as some HMO plans, and Medicare. We also accept worker’s compensation and personal injury cases. Individualized payment plans are available to those without insurance coverage. We offer flexible payment options and are transparent about all costs. Find out more.
Many people have needed the services of one or more physical doctors over the course of their lives.
What is a physical doctor? A physical doctor is any physician that treats a patient's ailments of the nervous and musculoskeletal system. What does that mean? In a nutshell, joint manipulation, stretching, strengthening, exercise, posture repair, gait analysis, muscle relaxation, ergonomics training, and diet modification. Normalizing a patient’s body structure has profound effects on pain-reduction and slowing or halting the development of spine and joint degeneration.
The two most widely utilized physical doctors are chiropractors and physical therapists. Chiropractors specialize in joint manipulation to improve joint motion and reduce nervous system interference especially in relation to the spine. Physical therapists specialize in stretching or strengthening muscle in order to balance and normalize injured joints and body regions. Chiropractic and physical therapy used in combination is extremely useful to achieve full rehabilitative repair of an injury. Massage therapists also play a very large role in muscle loosening and relaxation.
360 Degree Approach
By identifying all aspects of an injury, we are able to cater a customized rehabilitation program that not only repairs the injured area, but makes the area stronger and more stable to be able to withstand future injuries. This is the definition of true preventative care!