Injury Rehabilitation

Either because of degenerative processes of age, falls, wrong movements when walking, sporting events, or many other reasons, injuries belonging to the musculoskeletal system have literally destroyed many individuals’ day-to-day lives.

Injuries can be caused due to the combination of inadequate warm-up, poor training methods, and lack of physical conditioning, plus other factors, such as fatigue, overuse, dehydration, and certain psychosocial aspects, increasing the risk for these events to develop, especially in susceptible individuals.

After an accurate diagnosis, physical and chiropractic therapy are often necessary to resolve many types of injuries. By including rehabilitation into the treatment plan, the health professional will try to recover the strength, range of motion, and movements of the affected parts of the body. Therapy can also help reduce pain and prevent chronic and recurring problems.

Being trained to help individuals recover from an injury, physical therapists and chiropractors can show each patient how to do exercises, stretches, and other techniques designed precisely to resolve the musculoskeletal problems. In addition, the preliminary examination done by the health professional will analyze if there are other affected regions or tissues that could make the person more prone to a future injury.

The rehabilitation progress of an injured individual needs to be evaluated constantly because the healing process follows a pattern of acute, sub-acute, and chronic phase. Obviously, each phase needs a different approach and it is the job of the therapist to determine it. This is done by applying a series of treatment protocols and complete analysis.

By scheduling an appointment with experts such as Dr. Bolz over at Spring Chiropractic, we can make you return to your daily activities in the shortest possible time through the application of diverse therapeutic methods, one better than the other, without producing any negative consequences, unlike many of the present medical alternatives indicated for musculoskeletal injuries.

So, schedule your appointment with us and you will receive the proper attention your case requires.

For more information about this topic and so much more, contact us at 281-651-7111. Our team of experts based in the beautiful town of Spring, TX, will be available during working hours to answer all your inquiries and support you in your path to wellness.