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Adjunctive Therapies used:

  • Myofascial Release/Trigger Point Therapy - used to break up scar tissue and increase pain-free range of motion
  • Massage Therapy - ​therapeutic manipulation of the soft tissue to increase blood flow, reduce muscle spasm and pain, and improve lymphatic drainage
  • Neuromuscular Re-education - important in scoliosis and sports rehabilitation to improve muscle memory and affect postural muscles
  • Kinesiotaping - method of taping the fascia to relax tight muscles, support injured or painful joints, and improve lymphatic flow
  • Traction - used to normalize the balance in the spine with regard to joint loading and muscular imbalance; assists in opening the disc spaces and controlling pain to assist the adjustment
  • Percussor Therapy - used to relieve muscle spasm, scar tissue, and soreness
  • Interferential/Electrical stimulation - reduce muscle spasm and pain using the pain-gate theory
  • Ultrasound Therapy - provides deep heating effects through ultrasound waves to reduce pain, increase blood flow and tissue healing, reduce scar tissue, and lymphatic drainage
  • Thermotherapy (Heat) - increase blood flow and tissue elasticity and decrease muscle spasm
  • Cryotherapy (Ice) - ​used to control inflammation and reduce pain

Why include Rehabilitation?

Helping patients attain their best level of health and mobility is our constant goal.  Therefore, just getting you out of pain is only one step to the complete care you should be aiming for.  We are interested in your long-term health and wellness, not just a quick fix to mask back or neck pain.

When used in conjunction with chiropractic care, patients receiving rehabilitation care have faster and more long-term results.  This is an important step in getting you to true wellness and allowing you to love a healthy, active lifestyle.  If chiropractic care has gotten you out of pain, you should have no excuse to not want to exercise.

Benefits of rehabilitation include:

  • Improve joint and muscle function
  • Aid in balance and coordination
  • Preventing new injuries from occurring
  • Stabilize your spinal adjustments
  • Increase pain-free range of motion
  • Increased flexibility

We carefully exercise the injured joint under a carefully amount of stress to rehabilitate the soft tissue and muscles around the injured area.  These exercises may include resistance training, core strengthening, and stabilizer exercises.

1035 Dairy Ashford Road, Suite 152

Houston, TX 77079