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Products We Offer

We offer a specialized selection of products for our patients, including:


Custom Orthotics

If you suffer from foot pain, planar fasciitis, bunions, hammer toe, shin splints, Morton's neuroma, knee or low back pain you could benefit from custom orthotics.   Foot pain and deformity get worse over time and foot problems affect the knee, hip and back.  Dr. Johnson can fit you for custom made orthotics that are specifically calibrated to match your weight, foot flexibility and activity level. Custom orthotics:

  • Change your foot posture
  • Combine great comfort with superior control
  • Combine with specific chiropractic treatment to correct knee, hip and back posture

When the foot works as designed, it is capable of remarkable things which all help insure not only pain-free health of the foot, but the parts up the chain, including ankles, knees, hips and spine.  Don't wait - call today for an appointment to see if custom orthotics can help you. 


Chiroflow Premium Waterbase Pillows

Our patients love these pillows.  We often find that after a patient buys their first pillow, they return to buy another as a gift for their spouse or  friend or a spare for the RV.  These are great pillows.   Features and Benefits:

  • Clinically proven to improve sleep quality
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Fall asleep faster and wake up less during the night
  • Rejuvenates skin and reverses the negative effects of fatigue

Nutritional Supplements

Did you know that supplements sold in many stores contain added coatings, binders, shellacs, artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners as well as colors and fragrance?  We carry a selection of nutritional supplements that are produced at much higher standards and only available through licensed professionals

Pure Encapsulations and Nutri-West supplements use the most hypoallergenic ingredients available. There are absolutely no added coatings, binders, shellacs, artificial flavors, artificial sweeteners or colors, fragrance or excipients in the products that would disrupt or diminish the bioavailability of any of the ingredients. Their products also do not contain wheat, gluten, nuts, egg, preservatives or hydrogenated oils.  All ingredients are tested for purity and potency by independent certified laboratories.


Biofreeze products help break the pain cycle by relieving pain through a method known as Gate Control or "gating." In the gating process, menthol acts to stimulate specific sensory receptors in the skin, thereby blocking other receptors from sending pain signals to the brain.  We recommend the use of this product to help relieve pain while resting the injury.  Biofreeze products provide temporary relief from minor aches and pains of sore muscles and joints associated with simple backache, arthritis, bruises, strains and sprains and may be used up to four times a day - both before exercise or therapy (to relieve painful movement), and afterwards (to soothe muscle or joint soreness). We carry the spray, roll-on and gel for your convenience. 

Braces and Supports and Lifts

We carry a variety of braces, belts and supports for the back, wrists, ribs, knees, ankles and such to help provide additional support for the body during the healing process.

We also carry heel lifts.  If you have a difference in leg length, a common situation amongst many patients, a heel lift is an easy and inexpensive approach to reducing fatigue on the knee, hip and back.  Many of our patients have found immediate benefit from this simple solution. 

Reusable Hot and Cold Packs

Sometimes you need heat, sometimes you need cold.  Our reusable hot and cold packets are sturdy, but flexible and can be microwaved or placed in the freezer over and over depending on your need.

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