Physical therapy is a treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise rather than by drugs or surgery. When you have a soft tissue injury, it can be hard to do mundane tasks on a day to day basis. You may need Physical Therapy. Often times, there is a long wait to see a physical therapist. However, some chiropractors are trained to do the same therapies in addition to chiropractic treatment. You can get both at the same place.
Our goal here at Spennetta Family Care Chiropractic is to make your daily tasks much easier to do. Whether it be leaning down for chores, going up the stairs, or even getting out of bed in the morning, we can help. And we are a one stop shop. You don’t have to run from clinic to clinic or appointment to appointment. Save on travel time and stop wasting extra time in multiple waiting rooms. Get it done together here.
If you have recently had surgery, we can help with that as well. Whiplash and arthritis can also be aided by the use of Physical Therapy. Physical Therapy can be used as a stand alone treatment or it can be used with our many other services and treatments.
Here at Spennetta Family Care Chiropractic we will evaluate your symptoms and put you on a plan that includes but not limited to: spinal decompression therapy, cold laser therapy, ultrasound, electric muscle stimulation therapy, traction therapy, stretching, core exercises, weight lifting, and walking. We can help you find the right therapy to help you get better faster.
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