Are You Looking for Pain Relief? Try a Spinal Manipulation or Adjustment.
Do your joints hurt? Is your back causing you trouble? Has your pain become unbearable? If so, you may benefit from spinal manipulation.
Spinal manipulation helps relieve pressure on joints, reduce inflammation, and improve nerve function. It is a gentle, hands-on form of manual therapy that focuses on evaluating and enhancing spinal function.
Your spine does a lot for your body – it protects your spinal cord, allows you to breathe properly, and it is what allows your body to move. In fact, almost every function in your body is directly connected to the health of your spine. Therefore, even pain that may seem unrelated to spinal function could be effectively relieved through spinal manipulation treatments.
Why is spinal manipulation so important?
Your spine is a complicated structure of vertebrae, discs, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. Therefore, it takes a delicate balance to make sure it is at its peak level of health and function. This is why spinal manipulation is such an important form of treatment. If you are living with pain, you know how limiting it can be. In order to make sure your spine is at its optimum health, you must achieve a healthy balance of spinal mobility and spinal stability.
Our spinal manipulation services fall under the umbrella of chiropractic care at Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation. If you are in pain, contact us as soon as possible. We’ll evaluate your condition to determine if spinal manipulation will be the best course of treatment for you.
Spinal manipulation as an effective, safe, and non-invasive treatment
Spinal manipulation is a treatment method that has been known to relieve a large variety of painful conditions. In fact, a study published by the International Journal of Sports physiotherapy supports spinal manipulation as an effective mode of treatment. It concluded that “the findings of this systematic review support the use of spinal manipulation … in clinical practice. [It} appears to be a safe intervention that improves clinical outcomes for patients with low back pain.”
Find relief today with Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation
Our chiropractor, Dr. Brittany Boot, will check to see if your spine is moving as it should when you come to your first appointment at Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation. She will see to it, that it gets restored to its normal level of function.
Spinal manipulation has had a very positive effect on many of our patients, and combined with other forms of chiropractic treatment, it can help you restore more natural movement to your spinal joints, and improve your flexibility and strength. Essentially, we can help you do more, with less pain. In fact, our patients often report significant reduction in pain and improvement in daily activities after just a few sessions of spinal manipulation treatments, combined with some home exerices.
If you are in Oakville, ON, living with pain and you’re looking for relief, then contact Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation today. By treating pain early with spinal manipulation, we can resolve the issue so it doesn’t progress. Don’t live with the limits of your pain – improve your spine health with us today!
Soft Tissue Release
Soft tissue release at Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation is a movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. It consists of specific tension applied to problem areas combined with precise body movements to release tension that can develop in tissues as a result of overload or repetitive use.
The traditional thinking was that these disorders lead to muscular weakness, numbness, aching, tingling and burning sensations, eventually resulting in your body to produce tough, dense scar tissue in the affected area that would bind your body’s tissues and prevent them from moving freely. Soft tissue release was thought to mobilize this scar tissue and release the involved tissues to operate freely again. However, we now know that scar tissue is not that easy to mobilize, yet the application of soft tissue release techniques still provides you with the same pain-relieving stimulus.
What does Soft Tissue Release treat?
Soft tissue release at Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation is used in treating lower back pain, shoulder strain, frozen shoulders, tension headaches or more complex problems like shin splints, tennis elbow Bursitis, sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome etc.
What are the benefits?
- Relieve tight muscles
- Natural treatment
- Tailored manual movements
- Qualified practitioners
Soft tissue injuries can be a painful experience. Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation offers soft tissue release therapy that combined with a home exercise program, helps to relieve pain in a smooth yet effective way. If you think soft tissue release would benefit you, then book an appointment with Dr. Brittany Boot at Leaps and Bounds: Performance Rehabilitation in Oakville, ON today.