Our Founder and Chiropractor, Dr. Spoonhour, uses hands-on spinal manipulation, adjustments and spinal decompression therapy to bring your body’s musculoskeletal structure into proper alignment.
If you’ve suffered a recent sports-related injury or simply have recurring pain from an old pick up basketball game, let Weston Medical Health Center be your go-to solution for all things sports medicine.
Our Physical Therapists work closely with doctors to help diagnose and treat health-related conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limit the ability of and individual to move and perform functional activities.
Back Pain Treatment
The care plan from our Weston Medical Health Center team works to restore function to the spinal joints to relieve the muscles from the splinting cycle. The most effective treatment for this is Spinal Decompression Therapy. This therapy relieves pressure on the disk to allow the body to heal naturally. Once the nervous system and muscles calm down your pain will begin to subside. Far too many sufferers of back pain are quick to accept the use of medications and/or surgery as the only options, without considering other less invasive and less traumatic back pain treatments. This approach to back pain and proper care from our Florida medical team has created life changing results for hundreds, who now live free of back pain yet never having to undergo back surgery.
At Weston Medical Health Center our mission is simple to get you out of pain as quick as possible. Then provide therapeutic care to prevent the pain from returning by incorporating all the amenities available. As one of the leading pain management medical clinics in Florida we are able to provide care from medical doctors, chiropractors, and physical therapist from one location. This gives our patients the benefit of multidisciplinary care plans with a whole body approach to provide lasting pain relief.
Neck Pain Treatment
Neck pain is a very common occurrence in today’s society; many of us spend hours a day hunched over a computer or work station. This can raise the shoulders out of alignment and over time create muscular imbalances which lead to neck and shoulder pain. To complicate this most of the population’s posture is off due to the constant imbalances placed on the body through our daily routine. Wear and tear arthritis can also become a common cause of neck pain.
Neck pain can start off minor but if not properly treated it may develop in a more serious condition, symptoms of shooting pain may arise overtime. In some cases numbness and loss of strength or in hands and arms can develop.
Knee Pain Treatment
Knee Pain is a common frustration that can affect people of all ages. The most common knee injury, Osteoarthritis, can develop from wear and tear, old injuries and overuse of your knees. This is basically degeneration of the soft knee joint cartilage. At Weston Medical Health Center, we can treat your knee injuries and relieve your pain through injections, physical therapy, braces and orthotics.
Shoulder, Arm and Hand Pain Treatment
Shoulder, arm and hand pain can be a problem for many patients which generally stems from a multitude of conditions. Pain in the shoulders can be due to many dysfunctions including rotator cuff abnormalities and inflammatory pain. Arm and hand pain might be due to muscle spasm and joint arthritis. Our pain experts understand your painful conditions. At Weston Medical Health Center, we provide diagnostic testing to properly assess what the cause of the pain is and then provide proper treatment options for the patient.
Arthritis Pain Treatment
Treatment of arthritis generally includes rest, physical therapy, exercise, medications, and sometimes surgery to correct joint damage. Treatments for osteoarthritis generally can help relieve pain and stiffness, but the disease may continue to progress. Protecting your joints is an important part of arthritis treatment.
Arthritis treatment will depend on the nature and seriousness of the underlying condition. The main goals are to reduce inflammation and improve the function of affected joints before more serious problems occur. In addition to treatments at Weston Medical Health Center, we recommended you use dry heat from a heating pad or moist heat in the form of a hot bath or a hot-water bottle wrapped in a towel to help relieve pain and stiffness. Heat and rest are very effective in the short run for most people with the disease. Regular exercise is also important to keep the joints mobile.