Manual Muscle Therapy San Jose, CA
Promoting Wellness in Patients Through Manual Muscle Therapy
Manual muscle therapy can be added to chiropractic treatment in order to return the body to a state of wellness. A chiropractor treats the musculoskeletal system with non-invasive adjustments of the spine. Manual muscle therapy is also a non-invasive treatment for pain that consists of a combination of therapeutic exercises and muscle work in order to increase muscle and bone strength. The treatments complement each other by working hand-in-hand to return and maintain the body to a healthy condition.
Manual muscle therapy and chiropractic treatments are surgery-free and drug-free. Both work to relieve pain normally caused by arthritis, injury and other conditions that generate pain in the body. Additionally, both therapies work through hands-on procedures with various treatments that involve patient participation both during the treatment and through exercises at home.
Our San Jose Chiropractor Uses Manual Muscle Therpay for Rehabilitation Treatment
When used together, manual muscle therapy and chiropractic treatments can effectively help the patient recover more quickly, and are sometimes needed in addition to comprehensive treatments that physicians perform. The combined therapies can offer more options to the patient and broaden the scope of both practices to offer a more aggressive and natural approach to healing during rehabilitation.
Treatment at our San Jose clinic is designed to diagnose problems through both radiology and physical exams. Our chiropractor is trained to focus on the whole body and can design a rehabilitation program combined with chiropractic techniques designed to treat muscle spasms, arthritis, sprains, musculoskeletal problems and post-surgical cases. Treatment helps to build strength, endurance and flexibility.
A chiropractor trained with manual muscle therapy techniques is educated and skilled in proper methods of rehabilitation. Working closely with chiropractor with manual muscle therapy skills, designs a rehabilitation program geared to the individual patient. Knowing that each person is different in patterns of movement, habits and body types, Dr. Forster monitors and corrects problems based on the individual.