Our office's mission statement is to provide the best care possible to every person that walks in the door. We do not provide care packages, we take care of you based off what we find during our exams. This plan is made to be adaptable to changes that may come up. We know that everyone is different and we listen to the unique needs and health goals of every individual. Here at White Pine Chiropractic we will do all that is within our power to help you live a happy, healthy life.
The Specific Chiropractic Adjustment restores a vertebra in the spine to its optimal movement or position. It is meant to be gentle and fast. Studies have shown that slow adjustments (over 200milliseconds) can have little to no effect on the spine. When the spine is in the correct position and each vertebra is moving properly our body is able to take care of itself. Here at White Pine we strive to deliver quick effective adjustments in order to allow your body to reach its full potential. At White Pine Chiropractic we understand that not everyone reacts the same to the adjustment, this is why we utilize a few techniques so that we can serve you better. Dr. Maltby utilizes the Knee Chest Upper Cervical technique, as well as full spine diversified and Impulse IQ instrument adjusting.
Laser therapy helps relieve pain levels and repair tissue damage, among other valuable therapeutic benefits. By accelerating the healing process with increased circulation and enhanced tissue repair, laser therapy decreases inflammation and pain. The Laser is an FDA approved device to help alleviate pain and inflammation.
We are proud to be apart of the MyoVision Network where we provide evidence-based chiropractic care. We offer sophisticated spinal correction tools utilizing the most advanced techniques in chiropractic care. These newer correction methods are gentle, more comfortable and more effective than ever before. We provide all new patients with a scanned image of their back using a revolutionary new tool from MyoVision called ScanVision.
DynaROM is used to test for pain as a result of soft issue injury from an auto accident or work injury. Sensors are placed on the body to measure both how far you can bend, and your muscle guarding response. You are required to perform various motions as the sensors graph these measures. This data is used to aid in establishing need for care and tracking your progress over time. Dr. Maltby is only certified sEMG and DynaROM practitioner in western Idaho.