Along with chiropractic care, In Motion Chiropractic and Rehabilitation is proud to offer a variety of physical rehabilitation services, including all levels of stretching, exercise, and more. Through these techniques, we aim to help our patients improve muscle strength, flexibility, and range of motion following severe injury or loss of function.
Our practice is home to highly-skilled professionals who are equipped to assess and address injuries as well as evaluate underlying mechanical and structural problems that may be contributing to more obvious symptoms. Depending on the severity of the injury and the current condition of the individual, recovery times can span from a few weeks to several months. Physical rehabilitation is often expedited when used in combination with chiropractic care.
Here at In Motion Chiropractic and Rehabilitation we firmly believe in the application of every effective form of treatment to achieve the best result possible. That being said, no one treatment is considered a cure-all for any one person. Therapy, much like other recovery modalities, depends on its efficacy for the patient as well as other factors such as time, cost, and enjoyment. Not all forms of therapy have to be painful or lack engagement for the patient. This is why many of our patients love our physical therapy program. We blend the perfect amount of passive and active recovery tactics to create a therapy program that partners perfectly with any of our other forms of recovery – or can function as a standalone as well. We can’t wait to show you what your body is capable of, reach out to our staff today to schedule a consultation!
We recommend physical rehabilitation to anyone who comes in experiencing limitations due to repetitive motion or deconditioned muscles.
Designed to reduce pain and improve function during the recovery process, almost and injury, whether acute or chronic, can be nursed through appropriate rehabilitative procedures.
Both athletes suffering sports-induced injuries and non-athletes facing discomfort caused by repeated wear and tear can benefit from physical rehabilitation with our Oviedo sports injury chiropractor.
No two patients require the same physical rehabilitation. While some injuries can be complex in nature, rendering specific, regimented care to effectively reduce pain and promote healing, other complications need less attention.
Regardless of your condition, however, physical rehabilitation has been known to encourage various long-term advantages, including more muscle strength, increased flexibility, heightened mobility, decreased inflammation, improved muscle tenacity, and better overall spinal stability.
Are you interested in physical rehabilitation? In Motion Chiropractic and Rehabilitation is excited to meet you, understand your pain, and help you develop a plan of care that is right for you. Start healing today!
Think of corrective exercises as bridging the gap between post surgery or post trauma therapy and traditional exercises. Alternatively, If you sustained an injury from overuse patterns or poor biomechanics, your physical therapist may include some corrective exercise work to create good movement patterns. However, if there is a traumatic event or a surgery, physical therapy would precede corrective exercise work. The purpose of corrective exercise in this particular situation is to ensure joint mechanics and technique are adequate before moving back into a traditional exercise program. The purpose of Physical therapy in this situation would be to regain enough control, strength, and mobility to gradually begin corrective exercise work.
Immediately. If you are cleared to begin post-op or injury therapy, waste no time. Dr. T is here for you.
That depends, you may experience some discomfort when re-learning how to use specific parts of your body, but this is short lived and will pay dividends by giving you better movement quality and a higher quality of life! If you are entering rehabilitation due to structural or mechanical issues, then you may not experience any pain at all. In fact, learning to move properly or receiving the mobility work you need could in fact reduce pain almost immediately.