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Myofascial Release Therapy
Treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. These problems include adhesions (scar tissue build-up), limited change body-movement, compression of nerves, all of which over a prolonged period lead to pain, immobility and decreased overall health.
Our experienced chiropractors use various state of the art myofascial release therapy techniques. Myofascial massage therapy results in quicker muscle recovery, improves blood circulation which helps the body get rid of the muscle tension incurred during exercise, fixed position poor-posture or acute injury allowing the in flux of more nutrients to the muscles and tissue.
Improves areas of joint restriction, adhesion in spinal tissues, and increased muscle tightness or spasm. From all of the chiropractic treatments, chiropractic adjustment is the most common form of treatment used by chiropractors in clinical practice. Chiropractic adjustment is also known as “spinal manipulative therapy”.
The spinal adjustment is a non-invasive, manual procedure that utilizes the highly refined skills developed through four years of intensive chiropractic education and extensive experience on giving chiropractic treatments for patients.
Assists in restoring health, function and strength to the body in cases such as; immediately after a new injury or after prolonged chronic postural change due to degeneration.
Rehabilitation to your body will balance strength with flexibility and facilitate proper body-movement (biomechanics) and function. Emphasis will be placed on assessing core body strength and awareness. All exercises prescribed will be suited to individual patients’ need and progressive in nature.
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