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Integrative Chiropractic Bodywork

Our goal is to get you better faster, and keep you better longer.

Elevate your wellness journey with our tailored care plans.  From the moment you arrive, it’s all about you.  Every session is a collaborative effort to tackle painful issues, enhance your body’s movement, and refine your posture.  Our treatment plans are straightforward and results driven. Offering 15-, 30-, 60-minute appointments, based on your needs and treatment plan.



Chiropractic adjusting is a safe and effective therapy for improving spinal, pelvic and joint movement, mobility and addressing localized or radiating pain. Although most people identify with an adjustment as being applied to the spine, it can also feel great on the extremities such as the wrists and ankles!   Chiropractic Medicine has been around for over a hundred years, if not thousands, if you account for how long Eastern Medicine utilized joint mobilization as a health practice. It is a movement based therapy where the Doctor identifies segments of the spine (or extremities) that lack proper motion and provides mobility through an adjustment. A Chiropractic adjustment is often referred to in Medical Science as High Velocity (fast moving) Low Amplitude (low force) as the Doctor gently takes the necessary joints slightly past their active range of motion, which creates the "popping" sound, or cavitation. This sound is simply gas bubble dispersing from the joint fluid, or gas pressure releasing.

Most people seek out Chiropractic as a relief for back, neck or hip pain , whiplash or injury. But like other movement therapies, it has also been know to have a positive effect on overall health, mobility, flexibility, strength, and more.

Chiropractic can work differently for everyone, both profoundly and subtly, most noticeably effective in combination with pain management and soft tissue therapies, however many Chiropractors notice a cumulative effect with health and injury prevention over time. Different techniques are applied to different injuries and body types. In our office we incorporate Diversified technique (a diverse compilation of adjusting techniques, basically), Activator and/or instrument assisted techniques, Drop Table and Sacro-Occipital Technique.

Soft Tissue Therapy

Integrating manual and instrument assisted soft tissue treatment techniques for relieving pain, improving circulation, breaking up fibrous adhesions, promoting tissue and muscular relaxation, remodeling scar tissue, and helping to maximize healing time. Soft tissue therapy is widely utilized form of treatment used on all levels of athletes and injuries to help reduce inflammation and promote more effective tissue healing. Great for sprains, strains, whiplash, muscle pain, sports injuries or chronic pain.

Everything in the body is connected. As dysfunctional joints can disrupt nerve transmission to our soft tissues, our soft tissues can also affect flexibility, mobility and positioning of our spine and bones. By addressing the neuromusculoskeletal system as a whole, studies have shown that treatment time can often be reduced, depending on the injury or outcome desired. 

So what is soft tissue treatment? It's where the Doctor applies manual or instrument assisted pressure to specific tissues, similar to massage, but more technical and often in a shorter duration of time... in a direction that breaks up adhesions and scar tissue, allows better tissue mobility, decrease inflammation, and more.

Helpful for: Neck and back pain, Pelvic Floor Pain or Dysfunction, whiplash, sports injuries, cellulite, tendonitis/tendinopathies such as tennis elbow or carpal tunnel, poor circulation, post surgery, sprains/strains, flexibility, muscle aches and pains, chronic and acute pain, and the list goes on. In our practice, we use is to support the mobilization of your spine, pelvis and joints, and vice versa!


Pelvic Floor Therapy

One in three women experience pelvic floor dysfunction. We are here to change that! Providing trauma-informed, holistic pelvic floor therapy, Dr. Marnie utilizes gentle techniques to restore, relieve and rehabilitate the pelvis back to optimal function. Trained in The Gyno Chiropractic Method, an evidence based Chiropractic Body-work technique, she uses this gentle fascial release method as a part of her comprehensive care plans. Focusing on the pelvis, reproductive organs and related structures, some conditions treated include:

-Painful periods

-Pelvic, hip and tailbone pain

-Pubic symphysis pain and dysfunction

-Fertility Support

-Menopause and Peri-menopausal support

-Stress Incontinence

-Endometriosis and PCOS

-Surgical recovery

-Post-natal rehabilitation

-Pelvic Congestion


Craniosacral Therapy

Targeted at rebalancing and restoring neurologic dysfunction, pain and dysregulation, Craniosacral is a gentle, non-invasive somatic therapy known world wide for it's numerous health benefits. Dr. Marnie is trained in Craniosacral I and II, by the Upledger Institute in Florida, and utilizes this relaxing method either alone, or in combination with the Chiropractic and soft tissue release therapies. Sessions range from 60 to 90 minutes.

Rehabilitative Exercise

Movement is life, and your body was meant to move! Providing expert one on one instruction in order to get you back to what you love to do, and doing it well. Individualized care plans include various condition specific rehabilitative, functional or strengthening exercises and stretches you can easily incorporate into your gym routine or do at home. 


Sports Therapy

At Salt Lake Spine and Pelvis, we specialize in integrative bodywork to help athletes at all levels achieve optimal performance and recovery. By incorporating a range of soft tissue therapies including Graston, ART, IASTM, cupping and stretching, we create personalized treatment plans to address each individual’s specific needs. Our expertise in pre and post-surgical support makes us a valuable resource for those recovering from surgery, while we also work regularly with individuals experiencing tendonitis, sprains/strains, tendonopathies, and other sports injuries. Contact us today to see how we can help you get back in the game.

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