Dr. Sarchenko’s treatment includes a neuro-­ÔÇÉmuscular technique known as NIMMO.  Some patients refer to it as a massage, but it is not.  Prior to the adjustment, he has you expose the part of the body he will be treating that day.  He applies a little lotion to assist on the treatment region (this is the part that some patients confuse with massage), this is done to reduce friction and assist in locating any active trigger points you may have, which is a sign of stress and inflammation.  This stress is sometimes the root of your discomfort, or sometimes the result of a health issue you may be experiencing.  Once this trigger point is located, he treats it by applying pressure for a few seconds to push out the inflammation and old blood.  It is like when you squeeze the tip of your finger, it turns white in color, pushing out any inflammation and old blood through your veins.  Once you remove the pressure on your finger, you will notice it takes a couple more seconds for the color to return.  This color change is the result of the arteries being under pressure, which pushes in fresh blood with new oxygen and nutrients, allowing the trigger points to heal faster and relax sooner. At this point he adjusts that particular region, which usually requires less adjusting force with the adjustment holding longer due to the trigger point being more relaxed and not stressing the bone to go back to the pre-adjustment position.

Cold Laser

We offer super pulse technology cold laser therapy, which research shows an improved recovery rate of up to 40%.

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MyoVision / DynaROM

We use this new technology to help establish hidden injuries often sustained in auto accidents and other injuries. DynaROM uses digital technology by Surface Electromyography (sEMG) to help identify soft tissue injuries that would traditionally be missed. We live in a world where seeing is believing, and this helps validate injuries that were previously missed.





In effect, the ReBuilder® acts like a pacemaker working for your heart’s electrical signals. If a pacemaker does not send exactly the right signal, then the four chambers of the heart may not pump the blood in the proper order. Additionally, if the pulse from a pacemaker is too fast or too slow, the heart stops. Having the correct frequency in any medical device is extremely important.


The common TENS Unit uses an unnatural and uncontrolled signal pulsing 90 – 100 times per second. These signals cause the nerves to temporarily stop operating. This method temporarily provides some pain relief; however, this method can cause more inflammation, nerve pain and can permanently damage the nerve cells and can result in permanent paralysis.

Dr. Richard Sarchenko, I.H.S.

Salt Valley Chiropractic & Nutrition Clinic


872 Heritage Blvd., Suite 130 A, Layton UT. 84041.


We look forward to seeing you there. 



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