Enhanced Therapeutic Services for Function & Movement
When you’re looking to restore function, reduce pain, or recover from an injury, physiotherapy treatments can be an important part of your holistic chiropractic care plan.
Our experienced team uses therapeutic procedures to enhance your chiropractic treatment based on your doctor’s thorough personalized assessment of your symptoms and needs.
Why Physiotherapy at the Chiropractor?
At Enos Chiropractic Center, we’re not just here to relieve your pain; we want to set you up for a pain-free life in the years to come. That’s why we create a comprehensive, personalized treatment and wellness plan for every patient we treat.
In addition to spinal manipulation and chiropractic adjustments, our wellness plans can include at-home and in-clinic stretches and exercises, soft tissue treatment, guidance on good posture and nutrition, and physiotherapy.
Learn more about what to expect from your chiropractic care.
Physiotherapy Procedures at Enos Chiropractic Center
To complement and enhance the healing effects of your chiropractic care, your appointment may include one or more physiotherapy treatments. The treatment plan recommended by your chiropractor is based on a thorough consultation with you, a health history, and an examination. No procedure is ever performed without your consent.
If you’re ever curious for more information about a treatment we’ve recommended for you, please ask in your appointment or give us a call.
Ultrasound therapy uses sound waves to treat pain and stimulate tissue recovery. It can be effective on some types of chronic pain and for strains or sprains in different areas of the body.
We’ll apply gel to your skin in the area to be treated and run a wand over the area for 5–10 minutes. You might feel a bit of pulsing or warmth or nothing at all other than the wand moving over your skin.
Interferential Electrical Muscle Stimulation
Interferential electrical muscle stimulation uses low-frequency electrical pulses to treat pain, reduce inflammation, increase blood flow, and restore movement in the treated area.
We’ll apply electrodes in the affected area, and you may feel a tingling sensation during treatment.
Microamperage Neural Stimulation (MENS)
Microamperage (or microcurrent) neural stimulation (MENS) uses weak electrical currents to treat pain and stiffness and support a speedier recovery.
Mechanical Spinal Traction
Mechanical spinal traction uses a specialized table with pulleys, belts, and straps that allow your practitioner to decompress your spine, relieve pressure, and create a better healing environment to support your recovery.
Cryotherapy applies very cold temperatures to parts of your body with ice packs, cooling spray, ice baths, or other methods, intending to treat acute pain, injuries, pinched nerves, and chronic pain.
Moist Heat Therapy
Moist heat therapy uses hot packs placed strategically on your neck or back to relax muscles, boost circulation, and promote healing and pain relief. Some injuries won’t benefit from heat, while others will, so we’re always sure to assess your symptoms fully as part of your consultation.
Poor posture can affect your entire body, from causing back and neck pain, to making you more injury-prone and affecting your overall mobility. Our team can work with you to adjust your static posture (standing, sitting, and sleeping) and dynamic posture (in motion) and help you make good posture a habit.
Massage for Relaxation, Therapy, & Recovery
Make the reducing, pain-relieving, and stimulating benefits of massage therapy part of your full-body health care plan.
Massage can support both your physical and mental health, thanks to its ability to provide soothing relaxation as well as targeting pain, discomfort, and reduced mobility. Our massage therapist is experienced in a range of massage techniques, including Swedish, deep tissue, sport, and prenatal massage as well as reflexology.
Please call our licensed massage therapist Brenda Richtmeyer directly to book your appointment or to learn more. She can be reached at 401-258-6444.
Visit Us in Warwick
You can find the entrance to our practice on Toll Gate Road. Take the exit onto Calef Street, and you’ll find us behind Laugh & Learn Academy and Cafe Tempo.
- 12 Calef Street
- Warwick, RI 02886
- Phone: (401) 386-9997
Hours of Operation
- Monday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM*
- Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM*
- Thursday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM*
- Friday: Closed
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
*We are closed between 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Our Google Reviews
“I no longer have constant pain and my legs feel great. I’m sleeping better. I haven’t taken pain medication since I began treating with Dr. Enos.”
Carol P. from Warwick, RI
“I thought I would just have to live with the pain I had. Driving, grocery shopping and certain household chores are much easier now. I love the way I feel!!”
Carolyn S. from Cranston, RI
“Dr. Enos takes the time to really ‘listen’ to my problems. A quality I feel is missing in most doctors!”