At some point in your life, you may require rehab or therapy. This need can arise for a number of reasons, such as accident and injury or medical condition that affects your joints and soft tissues. Your soft tissues include your ligaments, tendons, and muscles.
Our goal for the physiotherapy and rehabilitation services we provide at ChiroPro is to work in conjunction with your chiropractic alignments to address and correct the pain you’re experiencing and remobilize joint function. Physiotherapy and rehab are incredibly beneficial for stabilizing and rebalancing your core muscles.
All of the chiropractic physicians at ChiroPro are held to the highest standards of licensure and education and are all board-certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners in physiotherapy.
The Benefits of Physiotherapy at ChiroPro
Physiotherapy and rehab are helpful for countless reasons. Here are just a few of what our services at ChiroPro can help you with.
Difficulty with mobilization such as walking or merely just standing up can be improved with physiotherapy and rehab, where out practitioners will incorporate stretches and exercises into your care plan along with outfitting you an assistive device such as crutches to restore your mobility.
Whether it was a sports injury or a fall or a car accident, physiotherapy and rehab will give attention to the damaged soft tissues and joints to help you recover as quickly and as safely as possible.
At ChiroPro, we offer various services and therapies aimed toward relieving your pain, such as taping, electrostimulation, and ultrasounds. Your chiropractor is also skilled in applying manual therapy to relieve your pain and prevent it from recurring.
Rehab and physiotherapy have been proven effective in managing many different kinds of health conditions. For example, with conditioning and breathing exercises applied with strengthening techniques, the pulmonary function will improve, making physiotherapy a great option for patients with lung issues. Other health conditions that can be managed with physiotherapy include incontinence, fibromyalgia, breast cancer, constipation, and even pregnancy, just to name a few.