Dr. Seth Wytrwal
Dr. Wytrwal is a New England native but lover of travel. His undergraduate studies were conducted at the University of Colorado at Denver prior to obtaining his Chiropractic doctorate at New York Chiropractic College.
Growing up he was involved in many sports and this is where he discovered chiropractic care as an important piece of his recovery from injury. Now in life as he continues to participate and compete in sports such as soccer, wakeboarding, snowboarding and triathlons he knows that chiropractic care is integral in his maintenance to stay at the top of his game.
Specializing in soft tissue therapy, manual and mechanical manipulation as well as rehabilitative movement patterns and exercises, he is here to join you in feeling better, moving better and back to your life.
Most people have used heat at one time to sooth normal aches and pains — such as the use of a hot bath, a heating pad or even an old-fashioned water bottle.
Applying ice after an injury is a common method for reducing pain and swelling. It is especially effective for athletes, who often experience sudden, painful injuries.
Cold Laser Therapy
Cold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), uses light to treat various conditions. Unlike other types of laser light, cold laser therapy does not produce heat or vibration in the parts of the body being treated.
Come experience the difference in care at McCauley Chiropractic Centers. We focus on helping people of all ages reach their maximal healing potential.
Overweight and obesity are common health problems worldwide. Food plans that work – those that help people lose weight and help them keep the weight off – embody only a few simple principles. These weight loss secrets include eating five or six small meals each day, combining protein and carbohydrates at each small meal (food combining), eating at least five portions of fresh fruits and vegetables every day, and drinking plenty of water.
Healthy knees require continuous motion. However, our generally sedentary lifestyles are at odds with the maintenance of robust knee joint architecture. Left motionless throughout large portions of the day, over time knee cartilage will break down and knee ligaments will become lax. These chronic changes are frequently associated with other degenerative alterations in knee joint architecture often resulting in pain in one or both knees.