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 Adjustment of Entire Musculo-Skeletal Structure & Extremities


A chiropractic adjustment is the science and art of introducing a specific force in a precise direction applied to a vertebra or mal aligned joint in your body. 'Adjustment' usually refers to correctly aligning the vertebra, however chiropractic alignment techniques are routinely applied to joints, muscles, tendons, as well as most nerve pathways in the human body.


It is usually characterized by a dynamic thrust of controlled amplitude in a specific direction to the targeted location. The adjustment releases the vital electrical and nourishment flow to and from the brain, vertebra and effected region which may include extremities, organs and other nerve/muscle controlled organs.


There are numerous ways to adjust. Each of the various techniques require a specific force and line of drive. The adjustment is delivered either by the doctor's hands or a specially designed instrument. Some of the adjusting techniques are quick, while others require a slow constant pressure.  


Allergy/ Sensitivity Elimination and Reprogramming Technique

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Biosonic Re-patterning (Sound)

A natural method of healing using tuning forks based on the sonic ratios inherent in nature.


When we tap the tuning forks, we produce pure tone intervals based on precise mathematical proportions known as the Pythagorean tunings. When we absorb these precise tone intervals we create an archetypal resonance resulting in a physical and psychological re-patterning of our mind, bodies and spirit. This takes place on a physical level within the inner ear by stimulation of the cochlea and semi-circular canals.

When we listen to the sound of the tuning forks our nervous system attunes to the pitch in much the same way as when we find a pitch for a choir, or tune a piano.

The vestibular system via the semi-circular canals reproportions our body through a process of cellular memory based on the natural ratios of the tuning forks. During the listening process our physical body will actually reposture itself to hold the proportion and sound correctly.


Chromatherapy (Color)

Also referred to as Color Therapy, Light Therapy, and Colorology, this is the use of colors to affect a persons health by exposure to colored rooms, lights, crystals, fabrics, eye shades, etc.  Color therapy has been utilized for centuries in the East but it was not until the late 1800's that the West took a large interest in the effect of colors on humans.


Fundamentally, it is based on the theory that all light is comprised of a combination of frequencies and each color has a specific frequency of its own.  Each frequency has an effect on each person. 


During the 1970's-1980's scientific tests have shown a connection between health and colors, in fact, color consultants and  psychologists use colors to gain positive results with patients who are or feel ill.  This concept is similar to sound therapy, another form of frequency therapy.


Cold Laser Therapy (LLLT) 

"Cold Laser Therapy" is one of Dr. Kling's most powerful tools.

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Studies have proven that lasers have the power to heal in ways never before suspected. Cold Laser Therapy has been shown to repair tissue, reduce inflammation and relieve chronic pain especially when used with other chiropractic modalities.

In January of 2002, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved this Cold Laser for “Adjunctive Use in Pain Therapy”. This approval was obtained only after the required scientifically intensive ‘double blind’ testing.

Here are a few conditions in which laser therapy has proven to be effective:

  • Injuries/Trauma
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Back and shoulder problems
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Tendonitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • TMJ
  • There are nearly 2000 investigations from over eighty countries that have been published in various medical journals, studying the effects of Laser Therapy on humans and animals.

    Is Cold Laser effective by itself?

    Yes, it is. However, combining other therapies for a particular problem can greatly improve many conditions. Discuss these alternatives and combinations with Doctor Kling.

    How does it work?

    The simple answer is “photonic absorption”. Laser light energy, at the correct frequency and pulsing rate, converts into chemical energy that initiates a cascade of events at a cellular level.

  • Cold Laser promotes healing in many conditions because it penetrates the skin, increases the ATP and activates enzymes in the targeted cells.
  • Growth factor responds within the cells and tissue as a result of increased ATP and protein synthesis.
  • Improved cell proliferation.
  • Pain relief as a result of increased endorphin release.
  • Strengthening the immune system response via increasing levels of lymphocyte activity.
  • Advantages of Laser Therapy:

    • Non -Toxic
    • Non-Invasive
    • Ease of application
    • No side effects
    • Safe – cannot over administer
    • Cost effective

    Superior alternative to:

    • Analgesics
    • NSAID’s (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.)
    • Minimizes the need for muscle relaxants or other invasive medications
    • Obviates the need for surgery

    “COLD LASER” is also known as "LLLT" or “LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY”


    Detoxification Therapy

    Detoxification therapy combines a variety of techniques that are designed to assist the body in removing the buildup of potentially harmful chemicals and toxins. Detoxification is a remedy that is practiced by many chiropractors, osteopaths, nutritionists, and holistically trained Medical Doctors. 

    The purpose of the therapy is to improve the body's overall well-being through internal cleansing and purification. Diet and lifestyle changes--such as giving up caffeine and fast food, eliminating sugar, processed foods, and <of course> quitting smoking--are considered key to the treatment. In addition, other techniques, such as hydrotherapy, colon therapy, chelation (key-lay-shun) therapy, or even a supervised fast, are often suggested as part of detoxification.

    Practitioners who use detoxification therapy believe that each person has a unique but ultimately limited level of tolerance for the "toxins" that are the by-products of industrialized society--whether it's smog, pesticides, heavy metals, or the additives and preservatives found in many processed foods. When that tolerance level is exceeded, the body's natural waste removal process--centered in the skin, liver, kidneys, and large intestine--becomes overtaxed and incapable of functioning adequately. Signs that the body's natural detox system may be overloaded, proponents of the therapy suggest, include fatigue, headaches, poor digestion, unhealthy looking skin, joint and muscle aches, depression, and increased susceptibility to allergies and minor infections.

    The concept of dextoxification is not a new idea. For centuries, different cultures have promoted dietary restrictions for therapeutic and religious purposes. Detoxifying spa treatments under medical supervision have long been offered in Europe. Even so, most conventional doctors in the United States are not familiar with detoxification, and many of those remain skeptical about its use, in part because of the lack of supporting scientific data.

    Nevertheless, advocates contend that when the various detoxification therapies are used properly the benefits can include a strengthened immune system, enhanced mental clarity, increased vitality, and reduced blood fats and blood pressure levels. In addition, patients with a variety of chronic illnesses including arthritis, digestive problems, and heart and lung disease, often report feeling significantly better after completing detoxification.


    Dietary/Lifestyle Modification

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    Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

    Electrical Muscle Stimulation is administered with an electrical device specially designed for the purpose. The EMS unit has variable voltage, period and slope adjustments that are set by the Doctor for the specific problem.

    It works by sending small electrical impulses through the skin at various settings. These impulses stimulate underlying nerves, tissue and muscles for the purpose of  reducing pain, edema and inflammation and expediting the recovery processes. EMS reduces or eliminates the need for most pain-related drugs.

    EMS Therapy is used in the treatment of circulatory disorders, range of motion, edema and muscle spasms. The stimulation administered by the electrical currents drastically improve circulation in the targeted area increasing recovery time from most muscle or surgical traumas. Multiple treatments typically speed the patient's recovery and allow earlier resumption of their normal lifestyle.

    Is EMS safe?

    YES. Although the thought of electrical impulses being sent into the body may seem frightening at first, all you really feel is a slight tingling or vibrating sensation.  The Doctor will adjust the levels to your personal tolerance. Unlike many drugs, EMS devices have no known side effects.

    Who cannot use EMS Therapy?

    Individuals with a pacemaker or patients who are pregnant should NOT use EMS <or any electrical> devices. Always inform your doctor before using EMS if you have a pacemaker are pregnant or if you suspect you may be pregnant.

    What to expect


    Dr Kling will place two to four adhesive strips on your skin, one on each side of the targeted area and will connect these to the EMS device which provides the pain-relieving and edema-reducing stimulation.


    Emotional Therapy

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    Enzyme Therapy

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    Homoeopathy is an alternative method of treatment, based on the nature's Law of Cure, namely 'Like Cures Like'. The truth of this law was discovered by a German scientist Dr.Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, and has been verified experimentally and clinically for 200 years. Homoeopathy is the revolutionary, natural medical science. Homoeopathy is a gentle and effective system of medicine. The remedies are prepared from natural substances to precise standards and work by stimulating the body's own healing power.


    The concept of disease in homoeopathy is that disease is a total affection of mind and body, the disturbance of the whole organism. Individual organs are not the cause of illness but disturbance at the inner level (disturbance of the life force, the vital energy of the body ) is the cause of illness. Therefore homoeopathy does not believe in giving different medicines for different afflicted parts of body but rather give one single constitutional remedy which will cover the disturbance of the whole person. Homoeopathy treats the patient as a whole and not just the disease.


    Medical philosophy is coming more and more to the conclusion that the mere treatment of symptoms and organs can only help temporarily and that it is the healing power of the body as a whole that has to be enhanced. Homoeopathy believes in a holistic, totalistic and individualistic approach.


    Lymphatic Massage

    Lymphatic massage is a light touch technique used since the 1930s to promote health and aid recovery from certain illnesses. Also called lymphatic drainage or manual lymph drainage, lymphatic massage is now widely used in European hospitals and clinics. It is becoming better known in the U.S. due to its benefits for breast cancer survivors. Also used to promote wellness, this gentle technique can prevent or reduce fluid retention, enhance the removal of toxins from body tissues, and support the immune system.

    Because many of the lymph vessels are just under the skin, moving the lymph requires a very light touch, barely the weight of a teaspoon of water. Practitioners use flat hands and fingerpads in painless, rhythmic movements light enough to be described as 'feather touch.' ... Most people experience lymphatic massage as deeply relaxing and some fall asleep.


    Myofascial Release

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    Neuro-Muscular Re-Education

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    Nutritional Consultation

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    Scar Tissue/Adhesion Release

    Scar tissues and adhesions can be extremely painful.  EMS, Ultrasound, deep massage, gels and percusser treatments are very effective in breaking loose the stubborn muscle and scar tissue fibers.



    Ultrasound is a form of deep heating in which sound waves are applied to the skin and penetrate into the soft tissues. Ultrasound is especially useful in relieving acute episodes of pain and may enhance tissue healing.  You will experience deep heating sensation into the effected muscle area.  Ultrasound may be administered several times as needed for the intended results.


    Ultrasound, as well as EMS can be combined with other therapies for an effective recovery program.


    Visceral Manipulation

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