Keeping you in action doing what you love is the core philosophy of our chiropractic office in Santa Rosa. Injuries from competitive events, vigorous training routines or hobby sports can prevent you from performing at your best or continuing forward at all. Healing properly can make the difference between 1 week and 3 months of time off or modified activity. Dr. Toth will assess your injury, provide a diagnosis and treatment plan that keeps you as active as possible during your recovery period and recommend follow up treatment to insure a complete resolution.
The initial exam will consist of orthopedic tests, neurologic tests, and a postural and spinal assessment. Dr. Toth has postgraduate training in management of conditions associated with the extremities including the wrists, elbows, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles. As well as helping with acute and chronic injuries Dr. Toth will do a thorough assessment of your structural alignment to determine imbalances causing injuries or limiting performance.
Often when the musculoskeletal system carries misalignment it can wear the body down faster and lead to problems in the future. Getting a chiropractic assessment and adjusting the structure before it develops a problem can prevent interruptions in training, competitions or just enjoying sports with the people you love.
Some of the conditions that Dr. Toth has experience treating include:
Dr. Toth is a top chiropractor in Santa Rosa and will help you take control of your health and assist your body in proper healing.
Get in touch with us today for any questions and to set up an appointment.
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