Meet Dr. JP Khreich
Dr. Khreich’s goal is restoring and improving the quality of life in natural ways – without surgery, invasive procedures, and prescription medicines. Patient health is optimized by emphasizing proper nutrition, regular exercise, stress management, and a focus on spinal and extremity joint biomechanics.
What is an Evidence-based Practice?
An evidence-based practice means that the doctor of chiropractic fully understands the patient’s needs, values, and preferences then applies the right clinical treatments indicated by the newest evidence-based research.
The treatments selected depend on several factors:
- The strength of the scientific evidence
- An examination of the benefits and risks of all treatment approaches
- The patient’s preferences.
Advantages of an Evidence-based Chiropractic
- Knowledge of consensus guidelines for conditions, imaging, and patient age
- Avoiding unnecessary tests, techniques, and procedures
- Adherence to the latest evidence-based guidelines
- Awareness of new healthcare technologies and strategies.
Fast and Functional neuro-myofascial technique developed by: Timothy J. King – BTh., Adv. Dip. App. Sci. Myo
Fast and Functional is a functional neuro-myofascial technique. It is fast because very intentional and specific soft tissue manipulation can resolve pain and restore movement in seconds.
It is functional because movement is retested immediately during treatment and the location of manipulation is adjusted depending on where the patient feels pain or restriction. This means that the treatment is patient guided and it means the therapist can work towards full pain-free, stiffness-free function before prescribing conditioning exercises.
The FNFT: TMD and Orofacial Pain technique is a program designed by oral health professionals to treat a variety of orofacial and jaw problems
Time and time again patients are shuffled from doctors to specialists, and then to physiotherapists or massage therapists, in the search to treat commonly overlooked pain presentations. Through the TMD and Orofacial Pain technique, world-leading Myotherapist, Timothy King and Oral Health Practitioner, Sarah Beach unpack just how simple finding a solution can be; so you can treat or know who to refer your patients to the moment they walk into your clinic.
Cranial Sacral therapy: pioneered and developed by osteopathic physician John E. Upledger.
Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle hands-on treatment that may provide relief from a variety of symptoms including headaches, neck pain and side effects of cancer treatment among many others.
CST uses a light touch to examine membranes and movement of fluids in and around the central nervous system. Relieving tension in the central nervous system promotes a feeling of well-being by eliminating pain and boosting health and immunity.
The focus of CST is a gentle placement of hands to assist release of the body’s connective tissue, or “fascia.” Fascia (Latin word for “band”) is a covering found throughout the body including organs, glands, nerves, muscles, blood vessels, brain and spinal cord. This covering forms a body-wide connective network. CST is based on the idea that the body is interrelated at all levels.
CST is thought to improve efficiency of biological processes through boosting inherent self-regulation, self-correction and self-healing. The therapy can be used successfully with children and adults.