Innergy Fix offers a variety of services to meet our client’s needs. Our team of highly trained professionals incorporates knowledge and techniques from various disciplines to achieve the best possible outcome.
An adjustment, or spinal manipulation, is a procedure in which a trained specialist, such as a chiropractor, uses their hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled, sudden force to vertebrae in the spine.
The purpose of this movement is to restore range of motion, improve your body’s physical function, and realign vertebrae that have shifted out of place. Misalignments can be caused from normal daily activities to trauma, such as that from a car accident or sports injury.
When these vertebrae are misaligned, the overall effect is widespread. Without proper alignment and communication of all the nerves and systems of the body, we cannot function at our optimal level.
Muscle therapy, or myotherapy, involves the assessment and treatment of soft tissue injuries and restricted joint mobility caused by myofascial or muscle dysfunction.
Movement-based massage techniques help to relieve tight muscles and trigger points, decreasing joint stress, inflammation and muscular pain by decreasing joint stress and improving mobility and “glide” between muscle tissue and nerves.
Myotherapy can quickly and permanently resolve many conditions such as headaches, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, golfers elbow, shoulder and knee pain, as well as many others.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
IASTM is a form of manual therapy that uses specialized instruments to gently massage and scrape the skin to break up existing scar tissue and decrease soft tissue restrictions, adhesions, and chronic inflammation.
Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger points or “knots” are tender, hyperirritable areas located in taut bands of muscle tissue. They can produce localized or referred pain patterns and are often associated with chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Acute or repetitive microtrauma may lead to the development of excessive stress in the muscle fibers and the development of trigger points.
Trigger point therapy is a method designed to alleviate the source of pain through cycles of sustained pressure and release. This can help to release knots in the constricted tissue and alleviate pain and stress caused by chronic injuries.
Kinesiology taping is a therapeutic and rehabilitative taping technique used to provide support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. This taping method helps to alleviate pain and promote lymphatic drainage by microscopically lifting the skin. Kinesiology taping can be applied in hundreds of ways to help enhance sport performance, prevent injuries, improve circulation and recovery time, and decrease pain and inflammation throughout the body.
Cupping is a treatment which uses suction to decompress the muscles and connective tissue to reduce pain and increase overall blood flow to the affected area. Promoting blood flow and circulation to the compromised tissue helps to enhance the body’s natural healing process and fill the tissues with oxygen and nutrients.
There are two popular types of cupping: stationary and sliding. Stationary cupping uses suction only, keeping the cups in place for about 5-10 minutes. Sliding is when the therapy cups are moved throughout the skin.
Physical therapy is used to treat musculoskeletal issues involving the spine and extremities. With the help of specific exercises and equipment, we can help restore the body’s physical abilities. We can also help to prevent injury or loss of functional mobility by analyzing your movement patterns before you are injured and creating a treatment plan to help keep you healthy.
Our services include spinal care and rehabilitation, sports injury rehab and prevention, and post-operative care. Whether you are someone suffering from nagging pain, or an athlete who just sustained an injury, we can help.
ABOUT OUR CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. Jackson grew up in Memphis, TN where he graduated from Christian Brothers University in 2010 with a B.S. in Biology. He continued his education at Parker University where he received a Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2013.
He has extensive training in anatomy, health/wellness, and sports injury management, rehabilitation, and prevention. He uses multiple elements of chiropractic, myofascial release, and therapeutic exercise to improve the overall health of his clients.
Dr. Jackson has a passion for taking care of families and youth athletes. His primary goals are to educate others on how to take care of their own bodies, improve mobility, and eliminate pain as quickly as possible.
He has been married to his wife, Jori, since 2014. In his free time, he loves to spend time with friends, family, and two dogs, Dexter and Lily, play basketball, and kayak.