Rehabilitative Exercises

Rehabilitative Exercises services offered in Lynnwood, WA

Moving beyond a painful injury or condition takes work, and rehabilitative exercises are part of that process. At Alderwood Back & Neck Pain Clinic in Lynnwood, Washington, Darcy Szigety, DC, and his team offers highly personalized rehabilitative services to get you back on your feet and back in the swing of your routines as swiftly as possible. Book a visit online or by phone today to get started.

Rehabilitative Exercises Q&A

What are rehabilitative exercises?

Rehabilitative exercises are stretching and strengthening moves designed to correct improper body mechanics and enhance recovery after injuries. The process is customized to meet your specific set of needs, and now two people share the exact rehabilitative game plan. 

Your practitioner begins by performing a thorough assessment to learn the specifics of how your body is functioning. The information gleaned during this exam, in addition to the details you provide during your intake discussion, allows your practitioner to create a plan of action designed just for you, including rehabilitative exercises.

What types of rehabilitative exercises and resources are available?

The team at Alderwood Back & Neck Pain Clinic offers numerous rehabilitative exercises to meet a wide range of needs. Your exercise program is designed specifically for you and might change as you move through the treatment process and your needs shift. 

Some of the rehabilitative exercises and tools available through the practice include:

  • Vibration platforms
  • Dry heat therapy
  • Hydrotherapy massage beds
  • Work hardening rehabilitation
  • Massage therapy
  • Intersegmental traction
  • Mechanical traction
  • Cryotherapy

These services are available in addition to the general weight training and stretching exercises that make up your personalized treatment plan.

How do I know which rehabilitation track is right for me?

Having options is a good thing, but when faced with a large array of choices, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. Your practitioner works closely with you to design a treatment plan that is right for you, including rehabilitative exercises.

In many cases, corrective exercises are the first step in the process. These are guided movements that help retrain your motor system to respond correctly and improve problems with muscle compensation.

You might also benefit from combining rehabilitative exercises with traditional chiropractic care, including adjustments. The practice also offers lifestyle advice and guidance to help you move forward to enhanced health and wellness. 

As with all chiropractic care, your active participation is an essential part of the process. Communicate with your practitioner about which exercises and lifestyle changes seem to yield the best results, and don’t hesitate to speak up if an exercise leads to new pain.

When you’re ready to begin, booking that first visit takes just moments. Call the office to check appointment availability, or spend a few moments on the online scheduling page to find a time that fits your busy life.