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Dr. Rich Beaubien's Method

Optimizing human performance involves mastering the intricate function and interconnectedness of all the systems in the body. Dr. Beaubien and staff are experienced in working with Olympic, professional, world class and everyday athletes.


We utilize cutting edge techniques to optimize your sport performance.  Using a holistic approach we integrate our expertise with the nervous system with functional movement techniques.  The combination of these produces impressive changes in performance. We work with athletes to develop an individualized program that will help them achieve their goals.

What makes our programs unique is our advanced knowledge and know-how in the field of human performance optimization specifically pertaining to the development and retention of strength, power and neuro-biomechanic movement skills, cardiovascular enhancement, neuro-nutritional strategies and brain-based solutions for accurate prediction of the athletic environment.  

If you are looking to get to the next level of performance this is where you need to start!

Contact our office today to schedule your appointment!


Dr. Beaubien has developed many different techniques to optimize the treatment and speed up the recovery of his patients. He strives to integrate different therapy methods with traditional chiropractic techniques to optimize each person's healing.

Rock (Kinesio) Tape

Application of elastic tape to the body to produce a therapeutic effect.


• Improves lymphatic drain

• Helps reduce pain

• Support muscle movement pattern


Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization


• Supports musculoskeletal condition

• Improved gliding and sliding of the soft tissues

Cold Laser Treatment

A laser that uses specific wave lengths that have a therapeutic effect on the body. 


• Increased tissue repair

• Anti-inflammatory

• Improved circulation

Myofascial Release

A technique that helps to mobilize their tissues. 


• Improved range of motion

• Reduction in pain

• Improved sliding and gliding underlying tissue

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