what is Progressive pAtient rehab?
Progressive Patient Rehabilitation is the combination of precise chiropractic adjustments with pain relieving and stabilizing rehab therapies . This allows us to address the muscles, joints, and alignment in the same visit offering quick relief pain and nerve pressure.
Two adjunctive therapies often added are "Cold Laser Therapy" and "Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy". When combined with specific chiropractic adjustments , the results are simply amazing. In fact, new research shows spinal decompression to be very successful in treating painful herniated, slipped, and bulging disc!
Our approach of combining chiropractic adjustments with Progressive Rehab is designed to get you feeling better again and maintain the health you achieve. We know you have a choice when choosing your Chiropractor. Dr,. Brian Allard is always on the lookout for new therapy and nutritional products to offer the best possible chiropractic experience we can deliver.
If you have been to other chiropractic offices over the past 50 years you may have experienced techniques that incorporate muscle stimulation, roller tables, and you might get an ice pack or heat pack.
That's why Dr. Allard's offices utilize "Advanced Care". Getting the patient actively involved in Progressive Patient Rehab combined with chiropractic adjustments usually gets to the root of problems like: decreased mobilization, poor circulation, bad lymphatic drainage, muscle trigger points, muscle spasms, adhesions, pain, decreased range of motion, decreased strength, decreased flexibility, decreased endurance, poor balance, decrease coordination, and bad posture.
We believe our approach to be a natural painless way to help you get well and stay well. We use chiropractic adjustments and Patient Rehab in a combination to offer a quick and easy way to eliminate pain, then fix or stabilize the injured area to keep you pain free and functioning at your best for years to come.
Give us a call today at 614-457-7575 to schedule your appointment!