Utilizing skilled and gentle movements, our professional therapists perform our Manual Therapy (MT). Transitioning seamlessly between various parts of the body, these actions purposefully induce positive changes in a patient’s discomfort perception. Grounded in clinical reasoning, our approach to MT focuses on enhancing the management of musculoskeletal pain.
Moreover, by incorporating factors such as biomechanics, neurophysiology, psychology, and individual patient traits, we proactively enhance the outcomes of patient care.
These transition words help us better understand what MT is, its process, and its potential mechanisms for effectiveness. With healthcare increasingly embracing individualized approaches, there arises an even greater necessity to enhance our comprehension of the fundamental components contributing to the achievements of our rehabilitation center.
You can generally expect the following from us:
- Hands-On Treatment: Manual therapy involves skilled therapists using their hands to manipulate, mobilize, and massage tissues in the body. Notably, expect direct physical contact as an integral part of the therapy.
- Professional Expertise: Within ARC, manual therapists are typically well-trained and certified in a diverse array of manual therapy techniques hence, these techniques include myofascial release, joint mobilization, and soft tissue manipulation.
- Individual Assessment: Before starting any procedure, a thorough evaluation of your condition, medical history, and specific needs is essential. Also, this assessment helps tailor the treatment to your unique situation
- Targeted Pain Relief: This service is often used to alleviate pain, improve joint mobility, and increase flexibility. Furthermore, expect the therapists to focus specifically on areas where you’re experiencing discomfort.
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