Improve stability and balance.
Posture Rehabilitation consists of a program designed by your doctor to improve spinal stability. This often includes activities to strengthen weak muscles, stretch tight muscles, re-train damaged ligaments, and re-modulate the nervous system to reduce pain. These areas can become dysfunctional or asymmetrical due to lifestyle, posture, trauma, or degeneration. There are many benefits from performing even simple exercises to strengthen the core and stabilize the spine, minimal equipment required. Participants can expect to improve flexibility, strength, and balance through one-on-one sessions performed in our office, that are also easy to do at home.
Burkhart Chiropractic utilizes motion guidance (MG) rehab as a tool to better evaluate and treat your condition. MG adds visual feedback and external cues to your rehab session, which allows you to see and understand your movements, in order to maximize your ability to perform the exercise or task.
Posture rehab enhances spinal stability, re-trains damaged ligaments, and results in less pain and better posture.
Simple excercises strengthen your core and the muscles responsible for correcting the posture of your neck and back.
For posture rehab patients the resulting improvements in both core strength and flexibility act together to increase balance.
Posture rehab daily exercises.
Rehabilitation sessions are usually only 15-30 minuntes long, and consist of 10-20 exercises or stretches that vary by repetition and difficulty. Once you have reached maximum improvement, you will be encouraged to continue your rehab routine as a daily activity, as well as continue any maintenance chiropractic treatment recommended by the doctor.
Safe and effective.
Chiropractic care is proven to be safe and effective, and has stood the test of time. Research supports its use for a variety of conditions, including headache, back and neck pain, as well as shoulder, arm, and leg pain. Adjustments may be associated with a “cracking” or “popping” sound. Contrary to popular belief, this is not caused by the bone, but by fluid shifting within the joint.