Neck and back pain doesn’t have to take over your life. We can help!
Did you know that most Americans will experience back or neck pain at some point during their lifetime? Even though these are common problems this doesn’t mean that it’s just something to suffer through until the issues go away. Our Battle Creek, MI, osteopractor Dr. Mohinder Chawdhry is here to tell you when physical therapy might be the best option for easing your neck and back problems.
While there are some people who can get away with treating minor neck or back pain with simple at-home measures and rest, there are many people who can also benefit greatly from physical therapy. When you come into our office for care, our Battle Creek, MI, physical therapist can provide ample techniques for stretching and strengthening the muscles, ligaments and tendons while also correcting misalignments within the spine to improve the health and function of your neck or back.
You may not realize it, but bad posture could be to blame for your neck or back pain. This is an issue we see a lot in those who sit in front of computers for the majority of the day. We can recommend more ergonomic ways to sit at your desk without allowing your shoulder and neck muscles to hunch and strain, which could eliminate your current symptoms while also preventing future neck and back pain.
Your First Physical Therapy Session
The first time you come in we will perform a thorough physical examination as well as go through your medical history. We will also need to determine the root cause of your neck or back pain. Once the cause is determined we can decide the best course of action for getting on the road to recovery.
Physical therapy is a benefit to many people dealing with neck or back pain, as we can show you a variety of different exercises that will improve the muscles of the back and neck to strengthen them. We will also show you exercises that will enhance flexibility and range of motion while also promoting better posture.
Our osteopractor, Dr. Chawdhry, can also provide care to gently realign the spine and improve form and function while reducing pain and stiffness. These adjustments can be a great way to alleviate your symptoms while also promoting faster healing. Of course, not all neck and back pain can be treated with physical therapy.
Total Health Center in Battle Creek, MI, wants to help you find the right treatment options to manage chronic or severe pain and to improve your quality of life. We believe everyone should lead a pain-free life. Call us today to schedule a consultation with us.