Physical therapy modalities and chiropractic care can go hand-in-hand with the healing process of an injured patient. Chiropractors treat chronic pain related to the spine as well as other joints throughout the body while physical modalities reduce pain and joint swelling, restore functional joint mobility, reduce muscle spasm and increase local blood flow to injured tissues.
When necessary, using a combination of these treatments with chiropractic care, you will reinforce what the adjustments are doing by helping your body move better. This helps by not splinting your pain and in the long run, improves your movement instead of making it worse.
Many injuries and a variety of people (children, athletes, adults and seniors) can benefit from physical therapy modalities, including:
- Muscle & Joint Pain
- Sports Injuries
- Neurology (Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis)
- Auto Accident Injuries
- Work Related Injuries
- Post Surgical (Hip/Knee Replacement)
When you get injured, your brain starts having you stint movement that causes pain. Eventually, your brain will create new pathways so your body mechanics will begin through the path of least resistance to avoid pain. Doing this can further lead to complications, which is why it is so important to be seen when you first injure yourself to prevent making any situation worse.
Our team will work with you to create a maintenance plan that will fit exactly to your needs. They will take the time to educate you on how to prevent your condition from worsening and manage the condition in its current state so you can continue living your life as healthy as possible.
You may feel like you can live with the pain. Don’t! It is crucial for anyone to be able to perform pain-free movement to have a great quality of life, to be able to earn a living and to pursue any activity.