Technology for Quicker recovery

At Back II Life we are constantly searching for the latest proven technology that money can provide to advance health and wellbeing of those patients in our care. Combining technology can stimulate the healing potential within all of us to facilitate faster recovery.

Chiropractic care with traditional methods has long been safely used by millions of people worldwide for various complaints related to the musculoskeletal system. From treating babies with colic and reflux to top athletes and those suffering ailments related to daily life from problems of the spine and joints. Many respond well to chiropractic care alone, however, there are those that require extra help for particularly difficult conditions.

Swiss Dolorcalst® by EMS is the first and only FDA and CE registered shockwave device that is the gold standard in Shockwave therapy worldwide. Swiss Dolorcalst® therapy is effective for chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system from chronic trigger points to calcific tendonopathy that would otherwise require surgery.

DTS decompression therapy system is a non-surgical decompression for spinal problems that would otherwise require surgery including spinal stenosis and disc bulges and disc herniations - commonly referred to as either spondylosis or slipped discs respectively. Depending on the extent of the problem and duration a varying number of sessions, but generally 12 sessions should yield good results.

Application of Kinesiotape to provide support, facilitate healing and recovery through improved circulation and improved muscle fucntion as well as to relieve pain. After being introduced to the product, Dr Stakes was the first chiropractor to receive certification as a Certified Kineiotaping Practitioner (CKTP) in Singapore as he saw the potential benefit to his patients.

Funtional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation (FAKTR) is a form of instrument assisted myofascial manipulation that helps to break down scar tissue, improve circulation and releast inter and intra-muscular adhesions.