We tell our patients that three elements are required for healing.
First, the muscle tissue must be pliable for the joint to move through its full range of motion.
Second, the joint must be able to move unrestricted.
Third, if you don’t re-educate the muscle tissue to perform correctly, then the area of dysfunction will only return to where it was prior to our corrective efforts.
This is why rehabilitation is critical in ensuring that our patients fully recover from their strains and sprains. Our rehabilitation efforts focus on this re-education of injured, damaged, or fatigued muscle patterns. We teach rehabilitation techniques that can be performed at home with little or no equipment and in a minimal amount of time. Some of the areas we focus on are:
- Sports and Auto Injury Recovery
- Therapeutic Exercises
- Active Release Technique
- Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Stretching
- Neuromuscular Re-education
- Musculoskeletal Reconditioning
- Gait Analysis and Corrective Exercises
- Spinal Balance and Weight Distribution, and
- Athletic Performance Enhancement.