Chiropractors practice a manual approach and are specifically trained to detect and musculoskeletal issues, such as joints that may not be moving well. Chiropractic adjustments are typically performed by hand and involve a small thrust to the joint to restore proper motion. There is often a "pop" or "crack" that is caused by a pressure change in the joint. However, that noise is not necessary for treatment to be effective. Here at Rebound Chiropractic and Sports Medicine we treat many other injuries such as, but not limited to:
Rotator Cuff Injuries
We use various techniques other than the chiropractic adjustment, such as instrument assisted soft tissue massage and cupping to help decrease pain levels and give the patient temporary relief. During this window we encourage better movement habits as well as strength and stability exercises which will ultimately minimize the pain moving forward.
Once we have lowered the pain or discomfort using chiropractic or manual therapy, we will utilize the most up-to-date protocols on rehab exercises to create a long-term change. This creates an environment for the patient to take control of their recovery and health.