Dr. Bell and Dr. Studley perform the gentlest and safest form of corrections for the spine and extremities known to chiropractors. They utilize only those techniques that have been proven to be the safest and most effective for correction of spinal and extremity misalignments. They can even make corrections without “popping” your back so that you can rest assured that you can still discover the wonderful benefits of chiropractic without having to worry about being popped or twisted.
Myofascial Release is good for the nervous system and it is usually done before chiropractic treatments are given. Physical and mental stress can make the body stiff. Myofascial Release promotes blood flow and improves range of motion which relieves muscle tension and relaxes the body for improved range of motion. It also makes chiropractic adjustments more effective as it allows the chiropractors to easily re-align your spine. Myofascial Release therapy is useful for treating people that are under constant physical and/or mental stress.
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN EXERCISES
As a patient, we teach you special “blueprint” exercises designed just for you to help strengthen and correct your unique problem. These exercises can be performed in the comfort of your own home and can improve the effectiveness of your sports injury or injury correction. We will teach you specific exercises and stretches to help your body stay in balance and healthy.
To manage pain, the pain must first be addressed and located. From there your Sacramento Chiropractor, Dr. Bell will be able to design a plan to manage and prevent pain with other natural Chiropractic treatments.
The goal with physiotherapy isn’t necessarily to reduce pain but to improve your body’s everyday mobility. Physiotherapy includes exercises and stretches. Chiropractic care, to alleviate pain, and physiotherapy, to teach the body how to move, go hand in hand.
SPORTS INJURY REHAB
Rehabilitation for sports-related injuries also includes exercises and stretches. With this type of treatment, Dr. Bell’s goal is to condition your body back to its previous state before your injury.