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In the chiropractic field, flexibility is the name of the game. It’s our mantra too. Since we launched in 2005, PHS Chiropractic has become a leader in beautifully designed, customizable chiropractic tables and accessories. We design our base tables to be feature-rich, meeting the needs of the student or new practitioner. Yet as you grow your practice, our tables grow with you: We’ve dreamed up every possible feature, from drops to elevating heights to adjustable head pieces—all easily added to your existing table to broaden your options. It’s all part of the thought and care that we put into each and every PHS Chiropractic product. Made right here in the Midwest at our plant in Watertown, South Dakota, our products reflect our strong values: high quality, integrity, creativity and innovation. The result is a rich line of chiropractic tables and accessories—from our groundbreaking Tradeflex series to our patented ErgoStyle drops—all offering a high level of design expertise, patented features and great value that give you the tools you need to build a successful practice.
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Meeting client needs with assisted stretching

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Stretching is good. It can decrease stress, reduce pain, and boost energy. Regular stretching can also lower the risk of injury, improve balance, and increase flexibility. The drawback? Getting at those tough-to-reach spots isn't easy. That's where assisted stretching can be helpful. Certified stretch therapists are trained to manually guide muscles into places and positions that you can't reach by yourself. Adding assisted stretching to chiropractic care can help to improve the mobility of the spine, muscles, and nerves making it easier for chiropractors to treat the areas that need help. 

What are the benefits of assisted stretching and how can you incorporate
this modality into your practice?

Avoid back-to-school setbacks with backpack safety

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Tuesday, September 06, 2022

“What are you carrying around in there?” Have you ever lifted your child’s backpack and wondered why it feels like a load of cement? With students heading back to the classroom, it is not uncommon for symptoms like headaches, upper shoulder pain, and lower back discomfort to surface due to overstuffed, improper fitting back packs. Heavy backpacks, especially when they are thrown over one shoulder, can place unnecessary stress on the neck and back that can lead to misalignments of the spine.

Create a Pivotal Practice Series: Rev.247 Office Products

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Wednesday, April 28, 2021

As many chiropractors can attest, some of the most serious damage that occurs to people’s bodies comes from sitting for long periods of time with poor posture or spending all day looking down at phones and tablets. For many people, daily life has become sedentary and it is doing far more damage than most people know. Choosing ergonomic furniture for both the doctor and patient helps to ensure that the spine has the support and positioning needed to work in comfort and with better posture during the day. 

Thinking of adding a laser to your practice? Consider these tips.

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Monday, April 12, 2021

If you’re considering adding low level laser therapy to your practice, compare wisely to ensure that the system you invest in matches the needs of your practice and patients. Dava Stewart of Chiropractic Economics offers the following guidelines for first-time buyers as well as those who are more familiar with low level laser therapy. Read the full article here.

Treating Plantar Fasciitis with Laser Treatment

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Wednesday, March 24, 2021

This blog was curated from an article entitled, "Laser Treatment for Treating Plantar Fasciitis" published on October 29, 2019 by Tina Beychok in Chiropractic Economics.

Heel pain is one of the most common complaints heard from patients between the ages of 40 – 60, and the culprit is often plantar fasciitis. It involves the inflammation of a thick band of tissue called the plantar fascia that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes, and most often affects women, military personnel, athletes, obese individuals, and people who spend a great deal of their workday on their feet.

Introducing Rev.247: Workspace Reinvented

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Wednesday, March 24, 2021

The word revision means to see again or to look at from a fresh, critical perspective. Revision or REV. is an ongoing process of rethinking, reconsidering, review and refinement of purpose that results in change and improvement.

To Elevate, or Not to Elevate? HYLO vs. Elevating HYLO

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Monday, January 11, 2021

Choosing the right equipment for your practice can often be complicated. What features do I need? Which tables will fit my budget? Does elevation make sense? The list can seem endless. There are plenty of manufacturers of adjusting treatment tables on the market and most create tables that fit a variety of techniques. So how do you choose what you need?

Our ErgoStyle Story

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Friday, September 25, 2020

Our ErgoStyle Story began in 2009 when PHS Chiropractic purchased The Ergostyle Adjusting Table line from the Chattanooga Group, Inc., who engineered a revolutionary line of chiropractic tables. The result took chiropractic adjustment one step further by featuring our patented ErgoStyle drop. Our revolutionary drops elevate across the entire cushion, rather than just a single pin providing improved accuracy and a smoother adjustment with less force resulting in both patient and doctor satisfaction.

What is your infection control plan?

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Monday, July 27, 2020

The importance of infection prevention and control has never been more critical when it comes to protecting you, your staff and your patients. How will chiropractors and the health care industry evolve and reform, and how can practitioners provide the best services for patients while maintaining a safe environment?

Move Over, R.I.C.E.

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Tuesday, June 02, 2020

The acronym R.I.C.E. stands for Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation and it was coined by Gabe Mirkin, M.D. in 1978 as a way to address inflammation due to injury. Ever since, this modality has been a staple to treat sports injuries and muscle soreness issues. However, just because R.I.C.E. has been the standard, it may not always be the best way to treat injuries or to promote recovery.