Initial Consultation

Clients who come in for their initial appointment are asked to complete their online pre-registration paperwork prior to coming in. This allows the doctor to have a better understanding of what your health concerns and goals are. 

Upon arrival, the initial first half of the meeting is conversational, getting to know each other and understanding how your concerns are affecting you. Once we establish our expectations, we then focus on identifying the root cause of your pain or limitations through examinations and assessments. This includes a full functional movement assessment, whether you’re an avid golfer, tennis player or simply a weekend warrior, you will go through a series of assessments to see where your pains, physical restrictions, muscular imbalances and weaknesses are coming from. A full neurological, orthopedic, chiropractic and physical exam will also be performed.

Upon completion of your exam, the doctor will provide his diagnosis along with the plan of action and recommendations moving forward. Your first initial treatment is typically received during the same appointment. 

Follow-Up Visit

Follow-up visits track your improvements and results. We identify if there were any expected or unexpected changes, and what our plan of action is moving forward from that  point and adjust accordingly. Follow-up visits include all necessary treatment modalities which are beneficial to you and specific to your condition. This “full-service” approach includes:

Improved Sports Performance

Dr. Asuncion implements customized physical therapy and individualized corrective and strength exercise programs. It is not uncommon for people of all ages and athletic ability to seek wellness services to improve their athletic performance. Whether you’re a tennis player, golfer, swimmer or weekend warrior, his goal is to keep you healthy and moving efficiently. As a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Medical Professional, Dr. Asuncion helps golfers add distance to their drive and swing with maximum efficiency without muscular, tissue, or joint restriction. His personal training background also provides counsel to many clients to address their muscular imbalances or weaknesses and get back to participating in the activities they love. In addition, he communicates directly with your personal trainer or physical therapist to inform them of any relevant findings during an exam or subsequent sessions.

Conditions We Treat

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Neck Pain
Neck muscles undergo stress and can be strained from poor posture.
Low Back Pain
Low back muscles often undergo strain from seated positions or lifting something incorrectly in an awkward manner. This affects muscles, ligaments, joints, or discs.
General Back Pain
Commonly from strain, tension, or injuries. Can be sharp, achey, or dull.
Pain that “radiates” from your low back, glutes and into your lower legs.
Numbness/Tingling in Upper or Lower Extremities
Poor nerve signals to your brain telling you that there may be nerve damage or unnecessary pressure on nerves.
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Tension Across the Shoulders
Can be caused by poor posture, sitting for long periods of time, “text” neck, stress, or overuse.
Due to previous injury, nerve inflammation, or tension (most common) from muscles in the head and neck.
Occipital Neuralgia
Sharp, piercing shock-like pain in upper neck into head. Can often be confused with migraines. Occipital nerves, the nerves which run through the scalp, are injured or inflamed.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Compression of the Median Nerve at the wrist. Can cause numbness, tingling, or weakness in hand.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Compression on your nerves and certain vessels in your upper chest which can cause symptoms like pain, coldness, or numbness in arm or hand.

Rehabilition & Management of Acute or Chronic Pain

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Sprain is a minor tear in a ligament that connects bone to bone. Strain occurs within muscle or the tendons, which link the muscle to the bone.
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner’s Knee)
Pain in front of the knee or around the knee cap, typically from running and jumping activities.
Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Due to injury or inflammation to the elbow tendons on the outside of the elbow. Can cause pain and tenderness.
Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow)
Due to injury or inflammation to the elbow tendons on the inside of the elbow. Can cause pain and tenderness.
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Shoulder Impingement Syndrome/Rotator Cuff Tendinitis
Inflammation or irritation of the tendons and/or muscles that help move your shoulder joint. The shoulder ‘Bursa’ may also become irritated, and inflamed causing additional pain in the shoulder.
Pain in the upper or middle ribs where it meets the breastbone. Pain can radiate around to the back. Typically gets worse with bending side to side, moving, and taking deep breaths.
IT – Band Syndrome
Pain in the outside part of the knee. Typically seen in athletes, distance runners, or those new to exercise.
Plantar Fasciitis
Severe pain in the heel of the foot, due to strain, overuse, and inflammation to the band of tissue on bottom of foot.

Are You Ready for a Healthier Lifestyle?

We are currently offering complimentary practice introduction appointments or a virtual meet & greet.  Find out more about our boutique chiropractic experience, our chiropractor and how we can help you by scheduling a 1-on-1 meeting.


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