Exercise & Rehab

Exercise Therapy

Exercise therapy works best in combination with chiropractic care, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, and nutritional education to bring the body back into balance. We provide our patients with specific exercises that will help strengthen and stabilize them.

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Many patients experience pain and discomfort that can be associated with postural imbalances. Modern life has introduced unique patterns of imbalance associated with long periods of inactivity. This lifestyle can be counterbalanced with a set of stretches and strengthening exercises to help the body meet the incased strain on the posture.

Muscles work in tandem; when one is contracting to perform a powerful action, an equal and opposite muscle is relaxing to allow the joint to move.

Staying active safely is important for your health, the health of the baby and it eases the birthing process. Either modify your current exercise routine or learn how to safely introduce exercise that both mom and baby will benefit from.

Repetitive physical work can cause imbalances, trigger points, and myofascial adhesions. Chiropractic adjustments coupled with specific stretches and musculoskeletal rehabilitation will help keep you healthy.

Our Rehabilitation Services

In addition to exercise therapy, Texas Chiropractic Family Health and Wellness uses other therapeutic modalities to enable the body to heal and reduce discomfort.

Uses an instrument that slides over the skin to break up adhesions or points of tightness in the muscles just below the surface of the skin. This treatment relieves the muscular restrictions and allows the body to return to a balanced state.

Uses an electrical current to cause a single muscle or a group of muscles to contract by placing electrodes on the skin. The results of the electrical impulses are: decreased muscle tightness, pain, and swelling and at the same time causing an increase in the capacity of the injured tissue to heal by increasing blood flow.

Uses sound waves to penetrate the skin and muscles to allow for deep tissue warming. The warming effect of the sound waves increases blood and lymph circulation to the area to assist in healing. Continuous ultrasound can be used for chronic, non-inflammatory conditions. Pulsed ultrasound can be used to help decrease edema in some conditions or injuries.

Intersegmental traction tables are a way to help increase spinal mobility and gently stretch joints. This therapeutic modality also helps to facilitate muscle relaxation and reduction of muscle spasms.

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