Learn more about Dr. Neufeld's focused areas of practice and the variety of techniques she employs to address the unique needs of each individual client.
Dr. Neufeld’s preferred areas of practice include:
- Hip pain
- Back pain and stiffness
- Family wellness and Pregnancy
- Postural/ergonomic education and awareness
- Knee and foot pain
- Education on Fall Prevention
- Neck pain and stiffness
- Shoulder pain
- Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD)
Dr. Neufeld uses a variety of techniques to address the needs of her client:
- Diversified (Manual adjustments); All chiropractors learn this technique and we must become experts in it to complete our education successfully.
- SOT (Sacro-Occipital Technique is a very holistic technique that she learned in the U.S. and in Oxford, England)
- Activator Methods (clients with osteoporosis and young children)
- Thompson drop (often used with the Webster Technique during pregnancy)
- Logan basic (which is ideal for babies and during pregnancy)
You may or may not have heard of these. Feel free to call and ask what they are and how they might help you.
Dr. Henry Cheng’s preferred areas of practice include:
- Knee pain
- Temporomandibular joint Dysfunction (TMD)
- Clicking jaw
- Jaw pain
- Low back pain
- Ergonomic assessment
- Knee pain
- Ankle sprains
- Shoulder Pain
- Neck pain
- Hip pain
- Wrist pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- TMJ related airway issues
- TMD related Sleep issues
- SI instability
Dr. Henry Cheng’s techniques include:
- Diversified manual adjustments used vastly by all chiropractors to introduce proper motion back into the joint
- SOT is a light force technique that is great for all ages focuses on correcting instabilities. It is holistic framework that involves looking at the body as a whole to address pain complaints. It was first developed by Dr. Major DeJarnette who was an engineer, Doctor of Osteopath and Doctor of Chiropractic.
- SOT Cranial suture technique a low force technique that is great for TMD patients.
- Breathing rehabilitation that follows the principle of SOT and DNS to enhance stabilities in the diaphragm and the pelvic diaphragm.
- Rock Tape great for patients with acute injuries to stabilize the trauma and brings awareness to the body
- Applied kinesiology utilized to help assess individual muscle response with constant increase of force. Great for extremities.