The next logical choice would be seeing a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy.
A Doctor of Physical Therapy can perform the spinal manipulation treatment you’d receive from a chiropractor but in a safer setting.
But the treatment options don’t stop there…
These Are Some Of The Advanced Treatment Methods Available From A Licensed Doctor Of Physical Therapy
- Flexibility & Strengthening Exercises
Knowing which muscle groups need to be lengthened and which need to be strengthened is an exact science…one we have studied for years and incorporated into The Gray Method.
- Spinal & Joint Manipulation
Again, we don’t stop at spinal manipulation. Joints become out of alignment for any number of reasons. This makes manual manipulation of non-spinal joints a common requirement.
- Myofascial Release
This advanced treatment can break down adhesions that can develop between muscles that normally flow smoothly past one another. Additionally, injuries cause scar tissue that must be manually treated for normal movement to occur.
- Functional Stretching & Exercise
There’s stretching and exercise like the kind you might do in a gym and then there’s the type of stretching and exercise you use in everyday life. This is called a “functional” movement. As the name implies, incorporating functional stretching and exercise allows you to return to a pain-free life quickly and safely.
How does having these additional treatment options impact you?
Here’s an example…
Imagine you need some repairs done on your home.
A storm hurled a branch through your living room window and another storm is forecast to hit within days…
You NEED this work done quickly and correctly…
You hire someone to come do the work and they rush right over…
But when he arrives, he’s only carrying a screwdriver.
No replacement glass.
Sounds odd, doesn’t it?
At this point, how certain are you that the repairs will be done correctly and on time?