What is Physical Therapy and Corrective Exercise?

Physical therapy and corrective exercise are key components of contemporary chiropractic care that focus on restoring and enhancing movement, function, and overall health. Through a variety of hands on therapies, targeted exercises, and patient education, chiropractors help individuals regain mobility and move without pain.

Benefits of Physical Therapy and Corrective Exercise:

  • Alleviation of chronic pain, particularly in areas such as the back, neck, and joints.

  • Increased muscle strength and flexibility, leading to better posture and balance.

  • Enhanced body awareness, resulting in improved mental focus and decreased stress levels.

  • Promotion of better sleep through the reduction of pain and discomfort.

  • Support for a healthier digestive system by improving core strength and body alignment.

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Benefits of Choosing Physical Therapy and Corrective Exercise in OKC

Integrated Wellness Strategy: Our approach to physical therapy and corrective exercise is about treating the individual as a whole, restoring harmony to both body and mind for optimal health.

Synergistic Treatment: In concert with chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy and corrective exercises can significantly enhance your rehabilitation and recovery process.

Non Pharmacological Pain Management: Discover a natural, medication free way to alleviate chronic pain, reduce stress, and mitigate anxiety through targeted physical therapy.

Why Trust Our OKC Chiropractors?

Our team of physical therapists is deeply committed to promoting holistic well-being. We consistently engage with the latest physical therapy research and methodologies to ensure that the Oklahoma City community benefits from high quality, evidence-based care.

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What is Physical Therapy & Corrective Exercise?

Physical therapy is a branch of rehabilitative health that uses specially designed exercises and equipment to help patients regain or improve their physical abilities. Corrective exercise is a technique used within physical therapy that specifically aims to correct the muscular imbalances and improve the functionality of the musculoskeletal system.

How do Physical Therapy & Corrective Exercise complement chiropractic care?

These therapies work hand in hand with chiropractic care to improve treatment outcomes. While chiropractic adjustments align the spine, physical therapy and corrective exercises strengthen the muscles around the joints, enhance flexibility, and promote proper movement patterns for long term benefits.

What conditions can benefit from Physical Therapy & Corrective Exercise?

A wide range of conditions can be alleviated through these therapies, including but not limited to, chronic pain, sports injuries, post operative recovery, arthritis, repetitive strain injuries, and conditions affecting balance and mobility.

Are these therapies painful?

The goal of physical therapy and corrective exercise is to relieve pain, not cause it. However, it’s common to experience some discomfort as you start using muscles that haven’t been active for a while. Your therapist will work with you to ensure exercises are performed safely and within your pain tolerance.

How long does it typically take to see results from Physical Therapy & Corrective Exercise?

The time it takes to see results can vary depending on the individual’s condition, the severity of the issue, and their commitment to the therapy program. Some may notice improvements within a few sessions, while others may require a longer period.

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