Carson Chiropractic Oswego IL Blog

By Carson Chiropractic
July 10, 2017
Category: Foot Treatment

Rocktape Kinesiotaping is a revolutionary new type of kinesiology taping product that's used to treat sports injuries. Rocktape is appliedRockTape Kinesio Taping over muscles to reduce inflammation and pain, relax tired muscles and support muscles in movement. Carson Chiropractic, which is located in Oswego, IL, offers Kinesiotaping to their patients. Dr. Eric Carson and Dr. John Hosten are some of the finest chiropractors in Oswego.

RockTape Kinesio Taping Overview

Rocktape is designed to aid in the treatment and healing of various sports injuries and improve physical performance. RockTape lifts the skin away from the fascia and muscle, which decompresses the area which reduces inflammation. It also signals the central nervous system through the skin’s sensory nerves, which provides powerful feedback to reduce pain.

Conditions Treated With Rocktape

RockTape Kinesiology tape can assist with multiple ailments. Common problems that can be addressed using Rocktape Kinesiology tape include rotator cuff problems, low back disorders, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, achilles tendonitis, swollen ankles, shin splints, sprains, golfers elbow, tennis elbow, calf strains, etc.

Benefits of RockTape Kinesio Taping

RockTape Kinesio Taping is a rehabilitative taping technique that's designed to facilitate your body's natural healing process while providing stability and support to your joints. Rocktape assists healing and provides support to the injured area while allowing full range of movement. RockTape on the skin disrupts pain signals which are directed to the brain. When the pain signals arriving to the brain are disrupted, it doesn't produce the sensation of pain.

How Do I Get Started With Rocktape?

You can get started with Rocktape Kinesio Taping by locating a RockTape Medical Professional in Oswego, IL and booking a consultation. Your aches, pains, strains, and injuries should be assessed by a suitably qualified chiropractor before initial tape application. This will be a valuable opportunity to experience tape application by a doctor.

A sports injury can be devastating. Don't wait another minute- call Carson Chiropractic at 630-551-1003 today to schedule a consultation in Oswego, IL. We offer state-of-the-art treatments for sports injuries. We can help you achieve real relief with little expense or trouble.

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October 19, 2016
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By drcarson@carsonchiropractic.com
December 16, 2014
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By drcarson@carsonchiropractic.com
April 07, 2014
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Drug & Alcohol Testing in Oswego IL

Looking for a Drug & Alcohol testing in Oswego IL?  Drivers and motor carriers are required to be in a drug and alcohol testing consortium (pool)  that includes pre-employment, post accident, randomized, and other types of required drug and alcohol tests. Dr. Carson and Dr. Hosten are certified to provide drug & alcohol testing and participate in the required consortium utilizing Team CME services.  Our drug and alcohol screening services are also available for non DOT individuals such as employers wishing to test employees, and those seeking employment, and parents wishing to test teens.  Consortiums (pools) can be set up for non-DOT employers as well.

Employee Drug Testing

We offer POCT (Point of Collection Testing) through urinalysis with results available within minutes of sample collection.  Lab analyzed results are available upon request for non-DOT as well.  

DOT drug testing must utilize lab analysis and results are provided to the designated employee representative.

Alcohol Testing

On-site breath analysis conducted with immediate results available.

Appointments are available 6 days a week.  

By drcarson@carsonchiropractic.com
January 20, 2014
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TMJD and Jaw Pain

What is TMJD?

TMJD stands for temporomandibular joint dysfunction.  

 

Background on the TMJ:

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the region in the body in which the jaw bone (the mandible) joins up with the skull (temporal bone).  Every person has two temporomandibular joints (right and left side) that serve a number of important functions in the body including making facial expressions and consuming tasty food.  Proper movement at the TMJ is thus essential for completing daily tasks.  

 

TMJD results in:

Due to a number of factors such as emotional stress, physical trauma, or chemical insult to the body, movement at one or both of the TMJs can become dysfunctional leading to jaw pain, locking and clicking.  When the TMJ is affected, patients often will experience neck pain or headaches as well.  

 

What to do:

A number of treatment options for TMJD exist including spinal and jaw adjustments, myofascial release, combination therapy, mouth guards, and stress management.  If conservative options are not successful, patients can be referred to a dentist or orofacial surgeon.


Written by Dr. Josh Lederman, DC, ART®

July 05, 2011
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