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Chiropractor in Louisville, KY

Everwell Chiropractic

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Back Pain in Louisville, KY
Whether it is located in your back or radiates throughout your joints, pain can make every little chore seem like an insurmountable obstacle. At Everwell Chiropractic we strongly believe that pain shouldn’t be an obstacle that prevents you from enjoying your life. Our ultimate goal is to help each and every person under our care be everwell.

Electrical Muscle Stimulation
Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) - is the elicitation of muscle contraction using electric impulses. EMS has received increasing attention in the last few years, because it has the potential to serve as a strength training tool for healthy subjects and athletes, a rehabilitation and preventive tool for partially or totally immobilized patients, a testing tool for evaluating the neural and/or muscular function, and a post-exercise recovery tool for athletes. The impulses are generated by a device and delivered through electrodes on the skin in direct proximity to the muscles to be stimulated. The impulses mimic the action potential coming from the central nervous system, causing the muscles to contract. The use of EMS has been cited by renowned sports scientists as a complementary technique for sports training.

Heat & Ice Application
Heat and ice are the two most common types of passive, non-invasive, and non-addictive therapies. Heat and cold can be used alternatively and are often used as a prelude to exercise therapy. Hot and cold agents should always be used with caution. It is a good idea to seek the advice of a healthcare professional prior to use.

Hot Packs and Heat Therapy
Heat therapy induces vasodilation: drawing blood into the target tissues. Increased blood flow delivers needed oxygen and nutrients, and removes cell wastes. The warmth decreases muscle spasm, relaxes tense muscles, relieves pain, and can increase range of motion.

Cold Packs and Cold Therapy
Cold therapy produces vasoconstriction, which slows circulation reducing inflammation, muscle spasm, and pain. Cold or ice should never be applied directly to the skin. A barrier, such as a towel, should be placed between the cold agent and the skin's surface to prevent skin and nerve damage.
Bio
Dr. Justin Page first witnessed the benefits of Chiropractic Care through successful treatment that his father had received for a lower back injury which resulted in multiple lumbar disc herniations. All the Medical doctors he had seen for his condition insisted that surgery was the only option. His father was reluctant to this idea and sought the advice and care of a Chiropractic doctor who was able to help him and prevent the surgery from happening. This made a positive impact on Dr. Page's way of thinking about Chiropractic. Then years later, Dr. Page was involved in a traumatic auto accident which resulted in severe injuries. He too, went through the medical protocol and was eventually referred for surgery. After witnessing the benefits that chiropractic care helped his father experience he decided to try chiropractic himself. The results he experienced astounded him. He was able to heal from his injuries and return to normal function in a fraction of the time anticipated without having any surgeries. Since Dr. Page always knew he wanted to be involved in a profession where he had the opportunity to help people and he'd had such a positive experience with chiropractic care he decided he wanted to pursue the profession of Chiropractic.
Practice Areas
 Chiropractic  Numbness / Tingling in Arms or Feet
 Foot and Ankle Injuries  Online / Video Consultation
 Headache
Certifications
 Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)
Location
12305 Westport Rd
#106
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