While exercising is good for everyone to maintain their health, therapeutic exercises are even more important especially for those just recently injured in a vehicle accident, personal injury accident, or work-related accidents. The same principles apply to those suffering from joint disease, back pain, sports injuries, neck pain, sciatica, and even arthritis. Therapeutic exercises usually focus on the muscles of the neck, abdomen, and the back.
Our therapeutic exercises are typically done in our office, but you can do certain activities at home to compliment your chiropractic adjustments. Dr. Behar can diagnose you and create a program tailored towards you and your goals individually. Whether you are trying to increase movement in your muscles and joints, increase your strength in your spine and muscles, or increase flexibility, we can develop a one on one program to get you the life you need. Additionally, if you are an athlete, we can develop a program to help you recover from sport injuries and to prevent future injuries.
The different types of therapeutic exercises
Depending on your level of physical fitness, strength, and condition, Dr. Behar will generally start with an isometric exercise before moving to isotonic.
What are the benefits of therapeutic exercise?
Here at Pines Family, we use a number of different treatments for our patients. When deciding on which treatment or plan is best for you, we take a number of different factors into consideration about your overall health, history, and current condition. We believe that chiropractic care is more than just making the pain disappear. We want our patients to learn how to take care of themselves and to help improve their quality of life. Dr. Behar can help you find the pain free life you want!