Dr. Coty R. Sicble is a North Dakota girl through and through raised in New Salem. She graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2008. She earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic as well as a license to practice Acupuncture.
With her husband and two children they live in a rural community southeast of Lincoln, ND. They enjoy hunting, paying sports, horseback riding and gardening. Dr. Coty has also been a member of the North Dakota National Guard for 21 years.
As a chiropractor, Dr. Coty has received training in a multitude of different techniques in order to provide the most individualized care as possible. She is trained in Diversified, Activator and CranioSacral adjusting techniques. She knows that soft tissue work is extremely important in the sustainment of the adjustment. She has received training in Active Release Technique (ART), Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Graston, Acupressure, Cupping and Trigger Point Therapy (TPT).
It is important for Dr. Coty to understand what you expect from your care so that she can create a plan of care specific to your needs.
I cannot count the number of times that I have expressed to patients the importance of muscular re-education/rehabilitation. Not only when it pertains to the success of their chiropractic treatments but the overall improvement of their quality of life. I explain that there are 650 muscles in the human body and 206 bones. That means that there are multiple muscles that work to move those 206 bones. I know that usually by the time I see a patient they have had the injury for 2-6 months and it has only recently gotten bad enough to affect their lives. I explain I can adjust the restriction, not being able to change the way a person gets in and out of their bed or vehicle, not changing the way they pick up their kids, or sit at their desk. Therefore, if there is no rehabilitation of the soft tissue surrounding the area of the chief complaint the likelihood of reinjuring is relatively high. I express regularly you can either find the time to research, stretch and exercise by yourself possibly doing more harm than good. Or you can go see a licensed physical therapist, that will tailor a treatment plan specifically with your goals setting the stage.
Providing this cohesive team of specialist adjusting restricted joints and removing those things that are causing soft tissue restrictions will lead to quicker recovery times, fewer injuries, more stability and more freedom for you to RECLAIM your Health.