Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy (MT) is a range of therapeutic techniques commonly used to treat soft-tissue pain or disability through pressure and movements that break up scar tissue while bringing oxygen and blood flow back to damaged area.

Our manual therapists are trained in an array of techniques which allow them to tailor treatment to each patient’s unique needs and continue modifying treatment plans to improve results. It is for this reason that many patients elect to continue with manual therapy for maintenance purposes after their initial plan of care ends.

About Our Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy (MT) is a range of therapeutic techniques commonly used to treat soft-tissue pain or disability. This broad range of modalities typically involves manipulation and/or mobilization of the joints and tissues in injured areas. The pressure and movements help break up scar tissue while bringing oxygen and blood flow back to the area.

Although MT is sometimes painful during treatment, patients often experience lasting therapeutic relief. The main benefits associated with manual therapy include decreased muscle pain, enhanced blood flow, relaxed soft tissues, and improved joint function.

Our providers typically incorporate MT treatment into Chiropractic and Physical Therapy care plans. This helps patients find more immediate relief while aiding the body’s response to long-term physical medicine and rehab programs. Moreover, the wide array of manual therapy treatment our providers use allows them to choose those best suited to each patient’s specific needs. These include:

Our manual therapists are trained in an array of techniques, which allows them to tailor treatment to each patient’s needs. Moreover, it gives them options when modifying treatment plans to improve results. It is for this reason that many patients elect to continue with MT for maintenance purposes after their initial plan of care ends.

What It Treats

Because of its broad application, manual therapy can provide deep relief for a wide variety of conditions. These include, but are not limited to:

Incorporating manual therapy into the patient’s plan of care aids the body’s response to treatment while helping restore functionality. Furthermore, it can provide immediate relief in many cases for muscle stiffness, soreness, and inflammation.  This can result in enhanced sleep, decreased tension, improved blood flow, and more.

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