Relieve Those Aches and Pains in Your Back with Spinal Manipulation
Your spine serves several functions in your body, including protecting your spinal cord, allowing you to breathe normally, and giving your body the ability to move normally. The fitness of the spine is closely related to almost every bodily activity. Do you have joint or back pain? Is the problem too big to bear on your own? If this is the case, spinal manipulation may be a good option for you.
This manipulation is a gentle, hands-on manual therapy technique used to assess and improve spinal function and relieve pain. It may help with joint pain relief, inflammation reduction, and nerve function improvement. To learn more about how spinal manipulation can help you, contact Midland Sports Rehab and Freeland Sports Rehab today by clicking here.
What Can This Do For Pain Relief?
To make sure your spine is at its optimum health, you must achieve the following:
- Good balance and flexibility with side-bending and rotation
- Good posture and spinal curves
- Strong spinal and gluteus muscles
- Strong abdominal and core muscles
Your spine is a complex structure composed of vertebrae, discs, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. That is a lot to keep up with! It takes a delicate balance to ensure that your spine is operating at peak health and function. This is why spinal manipulation is such an important and successful form of treatment.
If you are in pain, please click here to schedule an appointment at our Midland or Freeland, MI clinic. We will assess your condition and see if spinal manipulation is the right medical option for you.
How Will Spinal Manipulation Benefit Me?
Did you know that, like every other part of your body, your spine should be examined at least once a year? Furthermore, it is a good idea to have your spine checked every six months to ensure it is in good working order.
Our chiropractors will assist you in strengthening your spinal muscles, restoring more natural mobility to your spinal joints, improving joint fluid circulation, and educating you on proper posture and preventive measures.
Essentially, we can assist you in doing more with less pain. After only a few weeks of spinal manipulation treatments, our patients frequently report a significant reduction in pain and improvement in daily activities.
Get Started With Treatments Today
You have come to the right place if you want to learn more about spinal manipulation and see if it is a good fit for your condition. By treating pain early on with spinal manipulation, we can prevent it from worsening.
If you live in Midland or Freeland, MI and are looking for pain relief, please contact Midland Sports Rehab and Freeland Sports Rehab right away. Improve your spine health with us today! To schedule an appointment, please call our clinic at (989) 341-1070 or click here.