Chiro Services

The Benefits of Chiropractic Care

Chiropractors are licensed healthcare professionals who primarily concentrate on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of spinal disorders and other mechanical conditions of the musculoskeletal system. Chiropractic care places a strong emphasis on the body’s ability to heal itself without employing surgery, drugs, or other medical measures.

Patients often experience relief from a wide range of painful and dangerous symptoms by seeking quality chiropractic care. At Total Fuze, we address countless health and wellness issues using a variety of approaches. Read more about some of our specific services below.


Manual Adjustment

The “classic” chiropractic treatment, manual adjustments are done by hand to perform a broad spectrum of coordinated contact movements. Manual adjustments may be used to address various patient health and wellness concerns. Applying direct pressure at specific points, we can dramatically improve the function of muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, and other soft bodily tissues.

The Activator Method

This therapeutic approach requires the use of a specific hand-held tool called the “activator.” A spring-loaded, mechanical instrument, the activator aids in chiropractic adjustment by delivering a rapid, low-force impulse with extreme precision. An activator adjustment can accomplish many of the same benefits as a manual adjustment by improving the body’s alignment and helping with overall body function.

Pregnancy & Pediatric Care

When provided by a chiropractor with proper specialized training, chiropractic care has proven to be safe and effective for pregnant women as well as babies and young children. During pregnancy, chiropractic care has proven extremely helpful in the management of back, hip, and joint pain that goes hand in hand with carrying the extra weight of a baby. Pediatric chiropractic care includes treating young people for conditions that include headaches, sports injuries, poor immune response, allergies, asthma, ear pain, colic, sleep disturbances, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).



In the wake of an injury or a surgical procedure, many people can benefit greatly from a targeted physical rehabilitation regimen. When patients come to us for rehabilitation, we will use a combination of adjustments and other modalities. For post-treatment care at home, we generally recommend a program of exercises to help in recovery from physical trauma and to rebuild former mobility and range of movement.

Corrective Exercises

Whether part of a prescribed physical rehabilitation program or for general preventative or restorative purposes, chiropractic exercises can be powerful complements to regular chiropractic office visits. The pelvic tilt and the supine bridge are just a couple of exercises that virtually anyone can do at home to improve their overall health and wellness. When you come to us for treatment, corrective exercises may be one way that your treatment continues outside of our office!

Pain Management

Opioid-Free Pain Management

Opioid-free pain management involves using non-opioid medications, therapies, and strategies to alleviate pain. This approach aims to minimize the risks associated with opioid use, such as dependence and overdose, and may include physical therapy, non-opioid medications, acupuncture, and lifestyle modifications. It’s beneficial for individuals seeking a safer, comprehensive approach to managing both acute and chronic pain conditions.

Orthotics Pain Management

Orthotics pain management involves the use of custom-designed shoe inserts or ankle braces to correct foot and ankle abnormalities, thereby relieving pain and improving function. Orthotics can address various conditions such as flat feet, heel spurs, and plantar fasciitis by providing proper support and alignment to the feet. They can help distribute weight evenly, correct walking patterns, and alleviate pressure on uncomfortable or sore spots.

Electroanalgesic Pain Management

Electroanalgesic pain management is a therapy that uses electrical stimulation to reduce pain and promote healing. It operates at a higher frequency compared to traditional TENS units, allowing the electrical signals to penetrate deeper into the tissues. This therapy can help manage acute and chronic pain conditions, reduce muscle spasms, and accelerate tissue repair.


Laser Therapy

As part of a comprehensive chiropractic care program, laser therapy has proven to be an effective way to manage pain for many patients. Using a targeted light spectrum, laser therapy helps to ease inflammation, encourage nerve regeneration, and generally speed the healing process for individuals who have suffered injuries or are living with chronic pain.

Softwave Therapy

Softwave therapy utilizes acoustic waves to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes, targeting areas affected by pain and inflammation. This non-invasive treatment can aid in repairing tissues, improving blood circulation, and reducing pain and muscle tightness. It’s particularly useful for addressing musculoskeletal conditions, sports injuries, and chronic pain syndromes.


Cryotherapy refers to a treatment where the body or specific body parts are exposed to extremely low temperatures to promote healing and reduce inflammation. This method can help in managing chronic pain, improving skin conditions, and enhancing overall well-being. The anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of cryotherapy can especially benefit those with musculoskeletal pain and inflammatory conditions.

Electro-Muscle Stimulation

Otherwise known as e-stim, electro-muscle stimulation uses clinical electrical equipment that produces pulses that replicate the signals emanated by the neurons of the human nervous system. By directing mild electrical currents to specific nerves, e-stim produces muscle contractions that improve blood flow and promote tissue repair. Electrical stimulation is a powerful therapy that has also been used to block pain receptors and even restore the natural motor function of stroke victims with nervous system paralysis.