A unique approach
My name is Corey J. Csakai, DC, and my approach to your health and wellness focuses on your entire body through assessment and/or treatment of nerves, muscles, joints, and most importantly, various types of fascia.
Fascia is a category of connective tissue which includes tendons, ligaments, joint capsules, and much more. Nearly all physical ailments—pain, tightness, stiffness, dysfunction, imbalance, neuropathy, etc.—are caused by or exacerbated by issues with fascia.
Treatments with me will include exactly what you need—nothing more and nothing less. Instead of the cookie-cutter treatments you may experience at other clinics, your treatment is individualized, and 100% of your time will be spend with me, your provider.
You will not:
If you select a 30-minute treatment, you can expect to be treated for 30 minutes (excluding any intake, examination, or discussions necessary for treatment). Likewise, if you choose a 60-minute treatment, you will be treated for a full 60 minutes. Additionally, my goals are aligned with yours: I want you to feel better so you do not need to come back!
What is fascia?
Fascia is a broad category of connective tissue that includes various sub-types of body tissue. Among the more commonly known sub-types of fascia are tendons, ligaments, and joint capsules. The Fascia Research Congress has offered a much more specific and scientific definition:
The fascial system consists of the three-dimensional continuum of soft, collagen containing, loose and dense fibrous connective tissues that permeate the body. It incorporates elements such as adipose tissue, adventitiae and neurovascular sheaths, aponeuroses, deep and superficial fasciae, epineurium, joint capsules, ligaments, membranes, meninges, myofascial expansions, periostea, retinacula, septa, tendons, visceral fasciae, and all the intramuscular and intermuscular connective tissues including endo-/peri-/epimysium.
The fascial system surrounds, interweaves between, and interpenetrates all organs, muscles, bones and nerve fibers, endowing the body with a functional structure, and providing an environment that enables all body systems to operate in an integrated manner.
Fascia Research Congress: via Stecco C, Adstrum S, Hedley G, Schleip R, Yucesoy CA. Update on fascial nomenclature. Fascia science and clinical applications: letter to the editor. 2018;22(2):354.
The importance of fascia
As explained in the definition of fascia above, fascia includes all connective tissue that has a role in your body’s structure, function, or both. Without fascia, you would have neither structure nor function: your bones would not connect to each other, your muscles would not connect to your bones, and all other body systems would be directly affected without the existence of fascia.
Likewise, if your fascia is not healthy, you will absolutely experience issues with body structure and/or function; you may experience chronic pain, generalized dysfunction, muscle tightness, joint stiffness, neuropathy, muscular or postural imbalance, tendinopathy, or any other physical health complications.
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4525 W Hacienda Ave, Suite W-2
Las Vegas, NV 89118