Suppose you are experiencing increased pain and stiffening in any of your muscles and joints, manipulated therapy is often helpful.
Patients seek out this type of physical therapy for a variety of musculoskeletal pain and disability including kneading and manipulation of muscles, joint mobilization or joint manipulation.
Like as, you are getting some kind of difficulties to get up from a sitting or lying position, or while bending over, are you finding easiness in your mobility without back pain and stiffness?
The scenario may be like that you feel bad pain or your shoulders and neck "freeze", as a result, you are facing lots of troubles while pursuing your every day's essential actions such as reaching for items or sometimes while driving.
What are the types of manual therapy that exist?
Manual therapy is both literally and practically the hands-on component of physical therapy, though there are several kinds of sub-categories within the practice of this.
Each kind has its own fruitful benefits, depending upon what the underlying problems are. Let us tell about the most widely used therapies.
Soft Tissue Massage
Soft tissue massage involves direct actions on the muscles, ligaments as well as tendons. So the soft tissues those are susceptible to damage, soft tissue massage targets your muscles, ligaments or other connective tissue such as fascia.
Factually someone who hasn't had a chance to use muscles due to illness or due to injuries in some specific area of the soft tissues they require this technique to recover without medication.
So the real fact is like that, soft tissue massage focuses on limbering up these damaged areas while promoting overall wellness.
Have you ever noticed that a "restricted joint" issue often occurs mainly after an injury, like as falling and twisting your back, otherwise while wrenching your shoulder?
Sometimes an injury to the joint leads to muscle spasms and restricted movement. Only a skilled physical therapist specializes and practices in joint mobilization movements, like as a "glide and slide" of opposing bones, in order to get the joints working properly again like before.
Almost anyone can get benefitted with Neuromuscular Techniques, especially those who are suffering from any health dysfunctions like acute or chronic pain.
To treat this, our physical therapists use an integrative technique known as "strain/counter strain" that totally guides the problematic muscle into positions that are "opposite" the ones exactly at which pain and tenderness start.
Where would I go for manual therapy for my pain and stiffness?
Our expert physical therapists are highly qualified and experienced to practice manual therapy.
We provide our patients’ gentle, hands-on therapies with years of specialized training that are ideal to address a broad range of muscle and joint conditions as well as injuries.
This includes massage (soft tissue mobilization), joint mobilization, and neuromuscular techniques to help you feel better and get back to your past life. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!