Dana Point Chiropractor

Offering the highest quality Chiropractic, Active Release Technique® and Physical Rehabilitation services to residents of and visitors to Dana Point, California, including competitors at the Dana Point Turkey Trot, the Dana Point Grand Prix and the Battle of the Paddle

 

Active Release Technique®

Less than 1% of health care providers have undergone the rigorous training necessary to become an ART® provider. Dr. Scott is one of the few fully certified Active Release Technique providers in Orange County. ART® is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. … [Read More…]

 

Chiropractic Care

The word ‘Chiropractic’ is derived from Greek terminology and means ‘to treat by hand.’ Chiropractic care focuses on conservative, non-invasive treatment for joint and soft tissue problems and their associated effects on the neurological system.  Joint and soft tissue problems, if left untreated, can ultimately lead to degenerative changes. The main job of the … [Read More…]

 

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology Taping involves taping over and around muscles in order to assist and give support or to prevent over-contraction. The first technique gives Dr. Scott the opportunity to give support while still maintaining full range of motion. This enables the patient to participate in his/her normal physical activities with functional assistance. The second technique, … [Read More…]

 

Physical Rehab

Dr. Scott  utilizes a low-tech Eastern European approach to exercise rehabilitation geared toward improving balance and proprioception,  strengthening core muscle groups and increasing muscle function and endurance.  He has worked alongside numerous medical doctors, physical therapists, athletic trainers and strength coaches throughout his career. The goal of rehab … [Read More…]

 

Running Gait and Bike Fit Analysis

Runners absorb 3-6 times their body weight every time their foot contacts the ground and take 1000-2000 steps per mile. If a runner’s gait has a flaw to it, those stresses can lead to injuries that never resolve.  Dr. Scott’s years of training and racing, years of eduction and fascination with the biomechanics of ambulation have led him to being considered an expert in the … [Read More…]