Our experienced team of chiropractors are knowledgeable in spinal and chiropractic adjustments. The purpose of spinal adjustments is to return the spine to a natural state of health and to reduce pain, muscle spasms, and nerve irritation, so you can enjoy your life pain free.
We understand the stress and pain patients are in following personal injury accidents. We analyze, diagnose, and create an individualized treatment plan for whiplash and soft tissue injuries. We will thoroughly explain your treatment and update your insurance agency on your behalf.
Most work injuries are caused by overuse and repetitive stress injuries. Overtime, small tasks done with poor posture can lead to acute and chronic pain, which can result in reduced worker productivity, lost time from work, disability, and an inability to perform job tasks.
Dr. Jean Laine is a highly educated and trained chiropractor who is devoted to making his patients’ lives better through chiropractic care. He values advancing his education and continually fine tunes his practice and techniques, staying committed to providing the most up-to-date, technologically advanced treatments. Dr. Laine earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Long Island University in 2001. He received his Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2004 from New York Chiropractic College and is also a member of Phi Chi Omega honor’s society. Additionally, Dr. Laine is certified in Trauma and Personal Injury Protocols as well as Crash Dynamics and the Trauma Victim. From childhood, Dr. Laine discovered a passion for helping others and giving back to his community. He comes from a family of helpers and do-gooders and was influenced by his parents’ professions as school teachers. He grew up watching his father, who was also a minister, lead his local church. It inspired him to become dedicated to his practice. In 1985, Dr. Laine and his family received their green cards and moved to Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Laine embraced his new American lifestyle but still pays tribute to his Haitian roots and involves himself with the local community.
Dr. Laine is fluent in English, French, and Creole (Haitian), allowing him to be accessible to patients from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
At Chiropractic Dynamic, we put patient care at the forefront and strive to make each patient’s visit a pleasant and pain-free experience. We believe it is our responsibility to treat more than your symptoms; we assess your past medical history as well, to identify underlying causes of pain and suffering.
A chiropractic adjustment is a treatment in which chiropractors use their hands or a small instrument to manipulate vertebrae with abnormal movement patterns and irregular functionality. These adjustments aim to increase range of motion, improve functionality, and reduce subluxation and nerve irritability.
Therapeutic exercises include movements or activities that remediate or prevent impairments of body functions and structures. Stretching and yoga are two of the movements that help to repair and rebuild physical strength, endurance, power, and flexibility.
Spinal traction is a form of decompression therapy that eases pressure on the spine. A chiropractic traction massage utilizes a system of rollers that stretches and massages the muscles in the back, stretch the spine, decompress the discs, and decrease pressure on the nerve roots.
Neuromuscular Re-Education is a method of treatment that retrains your muscles and nerves on where, when, and how fast to move. It improves movement, strength, balance, and function. One of the most common forms of neuromuscular re-ed is balance training.
Manual therapy treats lower back pain, neck pain, muscle tension headaches, and many other conditions. It reduces pain and increases range of motion through hands-on techniques that treat soft tissue and joint structures.
Therapeutic activities incorporate balance, strength, and range of motion. Examples include lifting stations, closed kinetic chain activity, and stretching. These activities play an essential role in your health as they improve flexibility, mobility, and prevent further injury.
Ultrasound therapy utilizes sound waves to treat both musculoskeletal problems as well as inflammation from injuries, such as sprains, tendinitis, and bursitis. Sound waves go deep into the soft tissue, joints, and ligaments to help reduce pain, stiffness, and spasms. It increases blood flow and speeds up the healing process.
Electrical stimulation uses light electrical pulses to reduce inflammation, stop muscle spasms, and relieve back pain. Electrodes are placed on the skin in areas specific to your pain during treatment.
Hydrotherapy utilizes water and its varying temperatures and pressures through hot baths, saunas or wraps, or whirlpools. This treatment focuses on the body’s reaction to hot and cold stimuli. The use of heat promotes blood flow and faster healing, while cold reduces pain.