Rehabilitation and Exercise

After Treatment Rehabilitation & Exercise

After Treatment, Patients Begin Rehabilitation and Exercise In Order To:

  • Increase Range of Motion and flexibility
  • Improve Strength of Spine
  • Hold proper alignment
  • Condition proper gait patterns
  • Alleviate pain
  • Prevent future injuries/ flare-ups
  • Improve muscular endurance
  • Achieve optimal level of functional capacity
We Offer 3 Programs:

1 | ROM and Strengthening

  • Program of 20+neck and lower back exercises
  • Cervical Exercises concentrate on neck, shoulder, and thoracic regions
  • Lumbar exercises concentrate on low back, hip, and leg regions
  • Intended to first improve patients Range of Motion
  • Next step increases the patients flexibility
  • Finally we strengthen the muscles necessary for optimal spine health

2 | Neuromuscular Re-Education

  • Neuromuscular Re-education exercise is a type of therapy that provides active feedback in order to help a patient recover a functional ability.
  • Exercises done primarily while holding a position called a “pelvic tilt.”
  • A position in which the lumbar spine and pelvis are held in a neutral position in order to help stabilize and protect the spine during activities of daily living.
  • 6 step exercise program

3 |Postural Rehabilitation

  • Set of exercises for the back and neck using therapeutic wedges
  • Wedges used for passive exercises, maintaining patients posture during work-out
  • Proper postural correction changes muscle fibers in order to achieve proper curvature
  • Exercises intended to maintain, or achieve proper spinal curvatures in the neck and/or back

Lower Back Exercises

Upper Back and Neck Exercises