Is an old sports injury, recent accident, surgery, or just old age causing you to feel like your joints and muscles are not working to their optimum potential? Cape Fear Chiropractic physiotherapy services combine a variety of chiropractic techniques that give you better range of movement in your joints caused by recent surgery, injury or simply the aging process.
Physiotherapy uses a variety of methods to assess, diagnose, and treat problems with body movement and function cause by congenital conditions, accidents, injuries or simply the aging process. Physiotherapy is also a used as preventative medicine to lessen the impact of conditions and diseases that affect the skeletal and nervous systems. Physiotherapy can have positive effects on a number of conditions including back pain, sprains and strains, bursitis, work, and sports injuries, decreased mobility caused by an underlying disease and rehabilitation after surgery.
The most important part of physiotherapy is a thorough assessment to determine what treatments would provide the greatest benefit. Physiotherapy uses a variety of techniques to improve mobility and function including exercise programs, joint manipulation, muscle re-education, various types of massage, breathing exercises and hydrotherapy. The type of treatment you receive is dependent upon the nature and severity of the injury as well as your treatment goal.
Physiotherapy can also help prevent recurring and future injuries and conditions that can affect mobility and body movement. Using a combination of techniques and exercises, patients can learn to prevent injury such as those sustained at work or playing sports as well as help slow the progression of conditions such as osteoarthritis. While physiotherapy is designed to help treat and prevent motion and body movement issues, it is just part of a greater plan to promote overall better health and well-being.
Cape Fear Chiropractic provides professional physiotherapy assessment and treatment to help improve body movement and function as well as help lessen or prevent future issues. If you are suffering from chronic muscle or joint pain, an injury or any other chronic medical condition that affect your mobility, we invite you to call us at 910-313-1003 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.