Consider treatment at a chiropractic and rehabilitative care center if you regularly experience musculoskeletal pain that affects your mobility or quality of life. At Pittsburgh Spine and Injury Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, experienced chiropractor and rehabilitation specialist Robert Moore, DC, CICE, provides various drug-free treatments to reduce inflammation and encourage mobility. He might recommend low-force instrument adjusting, therapeutic exercises, spinal decompression, or shockwave therapy. Call to request chiropractic and rehabilitative evaluation today or book online.
A chiropractic and rehabilitative care center diagnoses and treats inflammation, neuromusculoskeletal injuries, or diseases. Chiropractic care is unique because it uses minimally invasive or drug-free treatments to relieve pain, improve mobility, and encourage your body’s natural healing process.
At Pittsburgh Spine and Injury Center, Dr. Moore treats various musculoskeletal conditions, including:
You might also benefit from treatment if you have a chronic illness, like arthritis.
Dr. Moore has extensive training in traditional western and chiropractic medicine. He offers various chiropractic and rehabilitative care services, including:
X-rays use digital sensors and other advanced technology to capture photos of your bones and joints. If you regularly experience joint or back pain, X-rays can identify the cause and help determine the best treatment.
Therapeutic exercises relieve pain, build muscle, and encourage mobility. Dr. Moore might prescribe therapeutic exercises if you’re recovering from an auto injury or a work injury. To maximize the benefits of treatment, make sure to attend each of your appointments.
Spinal decompression (or neck decompression) therapy uses a harness and motorized table to gently stretch your back or neck. During treatment, Dr. Moore uses a computer controller to manipulate the harness and table, changing the position of your vertebrae and vertebral discs. That relieves pressure on the discs, preventing pain, weakness, and tingling.
Shockwave therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that relieves soft tissue inflammation. During treatment, Dr. Moore runs a handheld device across the surface of your skin. The device emits high-frequency shock waves, directing them at your injured tissues.
When the shockwaves make contact with the inflamed or damaged tissue, they increase blood flow to the area and promote the creation of new, healthy cells. Treatment takes less than an hour and doesn’t require any downtime.
If you’re visiting Pittsburgh Spine and Injury Center for the first time, Dr. Moore recommends bringing your health insurance card, a list of questions, and the names of the medications and supplements you regularly take.
Call Pittsburgh Spine and Injury Center and request a chiropractic consultation today or book online.