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Chiropractic Therapies

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Metro Atlanta Injury & Wellness Center is a specialized Personal Injury Chiropractic Center where we treat various injuries. We have a team of professional and highly experienced personal injury chiropractors that provides top-notch chiropractic care for sports injuries, auto accident injuries, slip & fall injuries, and workplace injuries, etc. The major focus of our chiropractic care is to provide you with instant pain relief to make you feel comfortable for further essential treatment. Whether you're looking for Sciatica relief or spinal alignment, you can trust our highly-trained car accident chiropractors that offer their services in key locations in the country such as Atlanta, Camp Creek, East Point, Union City, Jonesboro, and Forest Park. We also accept workers compensation for employees that are injured at their workplace. 

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Our Chiropractors use state-of-the-art and ultramodern chiropractic techniques and therapies for a wide range of purposes such as pain relief, spine alignment, and speeding up the injury recovery. 

heat & ice therapy 


Altering cold and heat therapy is a popular chiropractic treatment tool. Chiropractors used these therapies as a non-harmful, non-painful, and non-invasive way of treating injuries, especially pain. Heat and Cold therapies provide separate advantages to the body. Heat heals tight muscles by alleviating the tension in them. On the other hand, cold therapies reduce the speed of blood flow and alleviate the symptoms of inflammation and irritation. We have the second to none heat and cold therapies facilities at Metro Atlanta Injury & Wellness Center. Our College Park Chiropractors understand which therapy is suitable for you, whether to use both and how often to alter them. 

electrical muscle stimulation (ems)


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Electrical Muscle Stimulation, which is also known as e-stim therapy, is a chiropractic technique in which the elicitation of muscle contraction is achieved through electric impulses. As the name implies, EMS involves the stimulation of muscles by electrical means. Also known as NMES (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation), this technique mimics the function of the Central Nervous System for muscle contraction. In the general mechanism of muscle contraction, Your central nervous system generates an action potential that causes muscles to contract. While in EMS, this action potential is generated by placing electrodes on the skin near the muscle being stimulated. 

How Does EMS work?

The working principle of EMS is based on the creation of steady electric impulses from a battery-operated device. These electric impulses stimulate muscle contraction for therapy purposes. EMS is most used to repair or strengthen tissues and overstretched or weakened muscles due to an injury or disease. Electrical Muscle Stimulation is commonly used by athletes for muscle conditioning or as a recovery tool.

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Chiropractors rely on EMS if you have torn an Achilles tendon, sustained a shoulder injury, or experiencing a neuromuscular dysfunction. It's a completely safe therapy as the electrical impulses produced from the electrical device have a very low intensity which is barely noticeable to your body.

What are the Effects of EMS?

EMS causes repetitive muscle contraction and relaxation that produce the following effects in the body:

  • Increased Blood Circulation (blood flow), particularly in the affected tissue area that is being treated. 
  • Strengthening of weakened muscles and restoration of their normal flexibility. 
  • Prevent muscle atrophy. 
  • Changing muscle contraction and relaxation patterns. 

What are the Major Benefits of EMS Therapy?

EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) therapy is a popular chiropractic tool used to restore the normal functioning of muscles, muscle training, pain relief, rehabilitation, and recovery. It provides a wide range of therapeutic benefits, such as:

  • Restoration of Normal Muscle contraction and relaxation patterns after illness or surgery – Disturbed muscle contraction and relaxation patterns is one of the complications of orthopedic surgery or illness. The patient, after surgery, feels it difficult to contract or relax muscles normally. In such cases, EMS therapy is a popular chiropractic tool. It helps to "re-educating muscles."
  • Relieve Back Spasms – Certain types of illness or injuries can cause back spasms. For example, sciatica or soreness in the lower back area can lead to back spasms which not only trigger stinging pain but also restrict the overall range of body motion. EMS relieves back spasms by easing muscle tightness and soreness.
  • Improves athletic performance – EMS aids athletic recovery and improves overall athletic performance by improving blood flow, removing lactic acid, and releasing endorphins in the body that promotes healing. 

therapeutic ultrasound


Therapeutic Ultrasound, which is also known as Ultrasound Therapy, is a chiropractic treatment in which ultrasound waves are used to promote healing, increase blood flow, and relax muscles in the affected area. A small, handheld ultrasound probe is placed on the problem area and combined with a gel or cream. The probe vibrates and generates ultrasound rays that enter the body through the skin. These rays trigger gentle vibrations in the underlying tissues and promote healing and blood flow in them. The whole Therapeutic Ultrasound process lasts up to a few minutes. You can simply understand that a probe is rubbed around the affected area after applying gel or cream. 

Ultrasound Therapy is most used for the treatment of tissue injuries where scar tissues are needed to be broken down to promote healing. The intensity of ultrasound waves is enough to break down the scar tissues and increase the blood and nutrient flow in them to promote the recovery process. Research is underway to explore the potential of Ultrasound therapy as a non-invasive tool to repair damaged bones. 

manual therapy technique


Manual therapy is a natural and hands-on approach to dealing with pain. Receiving Manual Therapy from a licensed chiropractor at Metro Atlanta Injury & Wellness Center, can induce deep relaxation into your muscles and release endorphins that act as natural painkillers. Unlike regular spa massages, chiropractic therapies shouldn’t produce muscle tension or muscle soreness as they are more focused on treating pain stemming from different physical injuries and produce soothing effects. 

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The best chiropractors know about the whole musculoskeletal system of the human body. They know the sites where the pressure application is required to ensure the speedy healing process. We provide the best chiropractic therapy at Metro Atlanta Injury & Wellness center to make sure that you get back to your normal routine life as soon as possible. 

intersegmental traction


Intersegmental Traction is a popular chiropractic therapy utilized to treat tense or tight muscles. It’s also used to relieve back pain, spinal disc issues, and back spasms. It is a completely non-invasive therapy that has a variety of positive impacts on overall body health. 

How Does Intersegmental Traction Work? 

Intersegmental Traction therapy involves the use of a specially designed table on which the patient lies down. This table is equipped with rollers that rise up and down repeatedly to move, which allows the patient's spine to open the facet joints. The major purpose of using the Intersegmental traction table is to improve a patient's blood circulation throughout the spinal column, including spinal discs, ligaments, and muscles associated with it. The amount of pressure the intersegmental traction table puts on the patient's body is controlled by a top rated chiropractor. 

What are the benefits of Intersegmental Traction Therapy? 

The working principle of Intersegmental traction is based on increasing the circulation of necessary nutrients and blood in the injured spinal column area to promote the healing process. The rollers induce gentle muscle stretching, which relieves muscle spasms and improves the stability of the back. 

therapeutic exercise


Therapeutic Exercise involves specific body movements performed under the supervision of a professional chiropractor. These movements are oriented to correct any impairment in the muscular and skeletal system and restore their normal functioning. Therapeutic exercises can play a vital role in improving the overall well-being of the body. Book an Appointment with Our Well-Trained Chiropractor Near You at Metro Atlanta Injury & Wellness Center to Get the Best Chiropractic Care.

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Are You suffering from any injury or feeling pain and looking to get Chiropractic Care from a professional Chiropractor? It’s time to book an appointment at Metro Atlanta Injury & Wellness Center. If you want Chiropractic Care only for You, we have a perfectly customized treatment plan for you. However, if you want to get Chiropractic Care for your whole family, Our Family Wellness Program is an excellent option for You, under which we're providing the best possible Chiropractic Care for your entire family, including children. 

Whether you're suffering from a mild/routine injury or severe, getting chiropractic care is a good option that always goes in your favor. Certainly, you don't want to be on bed rest for many days waiting for the completion of your recovery process. You don't want to feel pain either; that's why you should immediately seek chiropractic care to get the best possible treatment for the injury. Book an appointment today and Get the best Chiropractic Care from Auto Accident Chiropractors at Metro Atlanta Injury & Wellness Center. 

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College Park Chiropractors & Riverdale Chiropractors

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10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Monday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday
Closed

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Monday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Closed
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