Dr. Tiffany Moat-Hogan currently practices in the Glendale, Arizona office of AZ Pain Doctors. She is Board Certified to practice chiropractic care as well as physiologic therapeutics.
An Arizona native, she initiated her undergraduate education in Life Sciences at Arizona State University and then completed the degree at Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri. After earning her Bachelor’s Degree, she then continued her education by earning her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic.
During her studies, she became skilled at treating acute and chronic pain utilizing over 12 different chiropractic techniques, as well as learning acupuncture and auriculotherapy.
While attending Logan University, she also studied acupuncture at the Acupuncture Society of America in Kansas City. She was able to study under Dr. Richard Yennie, the Society’s President and Founder.
In addition to chiropractic and acupuncture treatments, Dr. Moat-Hogan is also trained to treat Kinesiotaping, which is a cutting-edge treatment involving muscular support and proper body bio-mechanics. She is also proficient in the Guasha Technique, which assists the healing process for post-operative scar tissue, rotator cuff injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, general tendonitis, and muscular disorders. The Guasha Technique is also effective for sports-related extremity injuries, such as muscular tears, tennis and golf elbow, frozen shoulder, general knee pain, and ankle/foot inflammation.
Finally, Dr. Moat-Hogan has vast experience with non-surgical spinal decompression. Non-surgical spinal decompression is a new technology used primarily to treat disc injuries in the neck and in the low back. This treatment is effective at treating bulging discs, herniated discs, pinched nerves, sciatica, radiating arm pain, degenerative disc disease, leg pain, and facet syndromes. This treatment option is very safe and uses FDA-approved equipment to apply distraction forces to spinal structures in a precise and graduated way. Distraction is offset by cycles of partial relaxation. This technique has been shown to gently separate the vertebrae from each other, creating a vacuum inside the targeted disc. This “vacuum effect” is also known as negative intra-discal pressure and can relieve pain and aid in the healing process.
Dr. Moat-Hogan and the rest of the team at AZ Pain Doctors look forward to working with you and improving your quality of life.