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Applied Kinesiology Chiropractic

Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a form of functional neurology. The brain Kinesiology is the study of movement - and “applied kinesiology” uses movement in the form of muscle testing to find where the dysfunction is occurring in the body. Utilizing AK in her practice, she is able to diagnose specifically where the problem is coming from and offer her patients an individualized treatment. Mus... Read More

Applied Kinesiology (AK) is a form of functional neurology. The brain Kinesiology is the study of movement - and “applied kinesiology” uses movement in the form of muscle testing to find where the dysfunction is occurring in the body. Utilizing AK in her practice, she is able to diagnose specifically where the problem is coming from and offer her patients an individualized treatment.

Muscles are connected to every single system in the body - the respiratory system, digestive system, reproductive system, circulatory system, lymphatic system - every single system. Muscles are organs, and organs communicate with one another in the body. Therefore, we can use muscle tests to find which system is in dysfunction that is causing you to feel pain or hinder function. For example, if you are experiencing low back pain, a regular chiropractor will locate the dysfunction in the low back as there is most often a misalignment in the vertebrae of the low back. AK can uncover where the core problem lies, giving you a deeper diagnosis or explanation. Whether the problem lies in your digestive tract or lymphatic blockage - Using A.K. to find missing piece will allow your body to heal quicker and respond faster to treatment, because we will be able to treat the actual problem, not just the symptom.


Functional Medicine

One of our health services we provide in our office is Functional Medicine. This service is provided for both in office and out of office patients. The first section is for patients who are seeking in office treatment from Dr. Tinsley Functional medicine requires a strong knowledge of human physiology and how the body’s different systems influence each another. Everything affects everything... Read More

One of our health services we provide in our office is Functional Medicine. This service is provided for both in office and out of office patients. The first section is for patients who are seeking in office treatment from Dr. Tinsley

Functional medicine requires a strong knowledge of human physiology and how the body’s different systems influence each another. Everything affects everything else, especially the immune system, the hormone system, and the nervous system. This allows us to discover the causes of chronic symptoms and seemingly mysterious ailments. Many people have visited numerous doctors and clinics, often told their lab tests are fine and nothing more can be done for them.


Low Level Light Therapy

We offer this 30 minute service at our clinic to enhance the benefits of our patients care. Low Level Light Therapy has been proven by science and approved by the FDA to decrease pain and wound healing. Among other amazing benefits like reducing acne and wrinkles. We have noticed exceptional results to patients health when we added this service to our clinic.


Medical Massage Therapy

Medical massage is targeted, muscle work. Treatment is based on specific problem(s) the patient presents or has been diagnosed with. After assessment/ evaluation and in depth intake/conversation the therapist and patient establish what the plan for treatment is using many modalities including Trigger Point Therapy, Cupping, IASTM, and more.


Therapeutic Exercise

This is an hour long session where you will be guided through a series of planned physical movements and activities intended to remediate impairments of the musculoskeletal system. Each session is goal oriented and tailored to the individual's physical needs whilst incorporating the four components of exercise: endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility.


Athletic Cupping Therapy

This is a treatment that uses cups to create vacuum suction on the skin. The primary goal of this treatment is to decrease inflammation and reduce pain. It is commonly used to address sporting injuries, muscle and joint pain and for myofascial release.


Sheridan earned her degree from Azusa Pacific University in Applied Exercise Science. She is a certified massage therapist through the California Massage Therapy Council. She is also a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and is currently pursuing her masters in Human movement. Sheridan strives to help people live a better quality of life.

Sheridan earned her degree from Azusa Pacific University in Applied Exercise Science. She is a ce... Read More

Leticia Lopez is a certified massage therapist through the California Massage Therapy Council. She is a graduate from the National Holistic Institute, college of massage therapy of 800 hours, while completing their advanced neuromuscular program with 450 hours of continued education. Leticia is driven to help restore balance back to the body, with focus on helping her patients rediscover their bodies fluidity. She believes that our everyday lives require us to take the time to listen to what pain is being stored in our bodies.

Leticia Lopez is a certified massage therapist through the California Massage Therapy Council. Sh... Read More

Mandy graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and received her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training from Yoga Flow SF. She is motivated by the evidence-based science that movement improves sleep, mood regulation, thinking skills, and memory as well as aids in preventing disease. As a chiropractic assistant and exercise specialist with Well Balanced Body, she strives to use her education to improve and serve the health and fitness of the Folsom community.

Mandy graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and ... Read More

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