We invite you and your family to partake in a world-class healing experience as one of Milton's leading authorities on family chiropractic treatment. The amazing team at IMPACT Chiropractic delivers exceptional care so you can reach your health objectives, whether you're hoping to recover, or go further than you have before!
Through the top-notch neuro-structural corrective chiropractic care we offer, our traditional chiropractic offices are committed to maximizing every element of your overall health. We provide everything you and your family need to be well and stay well by concentrating on pediatric, pregnancy, and family wellness.
The goal of our Milton chiropractor is to build a community of people who live healthy lifestyles for themselves, and their families. One patient's well being at a time, we hope to transform the lives of thousands of individuals.
Located in Milton, the leading health professionals at IMPACT Chiropractic and wellness centre are dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives — combining skill and expertise that spans the entire injury & wellness spectrum — chiropractic, physiotherapy, DTS spinal decompression, cold laser therapy, shockwave therapy, acupuncture, massage therapy, custom orthotic inserts and shoes, and custom orthopedic braces (DONJOY).
Dr. Vinay Garg and his team are committed to bringing you better health and a better way of everyday life.
Experience has taught us that maintaining good health and wellness involves more than just "feeling good." Our ability to recover, live fully, and achieve optimal health every day is made possible by our bodies operating at their highest level.
Perhaps you or a member of your family has fallen ill and needs treatment, or perhaps you just have a gut feeling that more needs to be done to preserve the best life possible with the hectic environment in which we live. For your family, our educated doctor and staff offer the greatest calibre of experience and knowledge. We are familiar with the specific requirements of the family because of our clinical knowledge and personal family experiences.
Anatomy, physiology, physical function, disease, and injury are among the topics covered in physiotherapy training, which prepares practitioners to treat patients of all ages with respiratory, neurological, and musculoskeletal disorders. They are highly educated and trained to analyze and enhance movement and function, as well as to reduce pain. They have a thorough understanding of how the body functions.
In addition to prescribing individualized therapeutic exercises, physiotherapists also offer vital information about the body, what prevents it from moving well, how to regain mobility and independence, and how to avoid or prevent physical harm.
Exercises, electrical modalities, education, and/or a home program of self-management may all be included in the course of treatment. Additionally, your physiotherapist may suggest therapeutic activities to enhance muscle strength, gait, posture, and range of motion. A therapeutic physical therapy exercise program may include exercises that may be performed at home or at the gym and will be created to address your specific health concerns, such as hip pain.
Your physiotherapist may also prescribe assistive supporting or mobility equipment, such as crutches or joint braces, to speed up your rehabilitation or maintain your functional independence. A prevalent approach for treating some illnesses is the use of acupuncture.
Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese medicine. In order to have a relaxing or alleviating effect, very tiny needles are inserted into the skin at particular locations on the body. This method has been used for more than two thousand years and has shown to be quite successful, particularly for chronic sickness, fertility, and pain alleviation. The effects of the practice are backed up by modern science, which was able to prove that animals treated with acupuncture experienced alleviated stress symptoms on a physiological level.
Massage, on the other hand, is the art of manipulating muscles, nodes, and other soft tissues of the body in order to alleviate stress, improve circulation, and provide relief from chronic aches and pains in the musculoskeletal system. Massage therapy can also stimulate inactive muscles to help compensate for strength loss or muscle dysfunction. Numerous studies have shown that massage treatment decreases blood pressure, improves lymphatic flow, relaxes muscles, boosts endorphin and enkephalin levels (which are the body's natural painkillers), lowers heart rate, and aids blood circulation.