Here at AICA College Park, we are committed to your complete healing and wellness, and we are proud to provide comprehensive care options to get you the best treatment for your particular situation and need. We offer a variety of alternative treatment options that are overseen by the best specialists in College Park. Don’t suffer any longer with needless pain and injury. Contact our team to begin your journey to wellness today!
This treatment utilizes cold lasers to increase blood flow to an injured area, increase cell reproduction and regeneration of cells, and to bring about instant relief through the warmth of the laser. Also referred to as Low Level Laser Therapy, this treatment can be incredibly effective for those suffering from pain that would like to avoid medication-based therapy. This is a great alternative treatment method for soft tissue injuries and joint pain. Those who are coping with chronic and acute pain will find great relief from the utilization of this pain management technique.LEARN MORE
This therapy utilizes a technologically advanced decompression table that slowly and gently lengthens the spine to pull nutrients into the intervertebral discs, nearby muscles, and soft tissues in the area. When used properly, it can promote natural repositioning in the spine, and can even cause the body to rush nutrients that heal to the discs affected. It can help with disc diseases and problems, spinal cord injuries, chronic back pain, and more. If you think you may be a candidate for spinal decompression or traction therapy, contact our specialists today.LEARN MORE
Physiotherapy treats a number of conditions with a variety of physical methods, including joint manipulation, massage therapy, physical exercises, and more. It can help improve function, mobility, and health after an accident, injury, or disease. Various types of physiotherapy techniques include sports and work injuries, biomechanical analysis, exercise, acupuncture, and dry needling, and even kinesiology. An accomplished physiotherapist understands the human body in a mechanical way and helps to provide relief by exercising it in a similar way to an automotive mechanic.LEARN MORE