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Rehabilitation in Arlington

Dr Godwin helping man with rehabilitationThe team at Active Family Wellness Center is here to help you reach your health-related goals. Whether you’re in pain or want to live a healthier lifestyle, we offer the solutions you need. If you’ve been injured, you may have been struggling for some time. Often, an injury can be something that occurred years ago but didn’t heal properly at the time. Or you may be experiencing an acute episode that’s recently gotten so bad that you need attention for it.

If you want to regain your function and get out of pain, we have the rehabilitation options you need. We can address a broad array of different requirements through our rehabilitation care.

Designing Your Individual Rehabilitation Plan

When you have rehabilitation through our office, it will be designed to support your precise needs. Your rehabilitation plan will be based on the clinical findings from your examination. Our examination process includes a functional movement assessment, which is essential to understanding your needs. Once determined, your chiropractor will create your customized rehabilitation plan.

What to Expect During Your Rehabilitation Sessions

The typical rehabilitation plan usually involves 12-24 visits in total. The number of visits you need will depend on your particular condition and current state of health. You might have an appointment for rehabilitation once, twice or three times a week, depending on what will get you the greatest benefit.

Usually, our patients will receive a chiropractic adjustment. Then, you can get started on your rehabilitation exercises. These may include working on

  • Balance
  • Core strength
  • Flexibility
  • Functional movements
  • Mobility
  • Overall strength and function
  • Posture restoration

FAQ

How does chiropractic help with rehabilitation?

If you want to function at your best, your body has to be in the proper alignment. When your spine is misaligned, you can experience a variety of negative effects. An injury can result from a myriad of sources, such as years of improper posture or a sports injury. The result, however, is the same: a change in your body’s ability to function.

Chiropractic focuses on restoring your spinal alignment. During your care, we’ll teach you how to support your wellness by making lifestyle changes such as self-care techniques.

How do I know if rehabilitation will help me?

We can determine if you can benefit from a rehabilitation plan during your initial evaluation with your chiropractor. During this comprehensive process, we’ll decide what the best ways are for you to get the results we want. If rehabilitation is a part of our recommendations, we’ll let you know what to expect on each of your visits with us.

Is there a separate fee for rehabilitation in your office?

No. It is typically included with your chiropractic care. There will not be any separate fees charged for your rehabilitation plan.

Do you use the fascial distortion model?

Fascial distortion model, also known as FDM, is a model for treatment that looks at your problems through the lens of six changes your body’s connective tissues may undergo. The treatment will reverse the damage that’s been done to these tissues. Once corrected, you will typically experience immediate relief of your pain.

FDM can help you recover from whiplash, sprains and strains, headaches, tendonitis and much more.

What techniques do you use in rehabilitation?

We take an individualized approach to your rehabilitation. No two individuals have the same set of needs. When you visit us for rehabilitation, we first need to gather the information required to create your customized action plan. Once completed, we can select from a broad range of different therapeutic options. These may include spinal adjustments, proprioceptive work, post-isometric isolation and enhanced strength and endurance training.

Who will I work with?

You’ll work with your chiropractor or our personal trainer for your rehabilitation. You’ll have the supervision and assistance you need during your entire session.

Is rehabilitation right for me?

If you have a chronic problem or a recent injury, you may benefit from having a rehabilitation plan. You may be unsure as to what your needs are. If so, we recommend that you schedule an initial consultation with us. At your appointment, we can determine if rehabilitation is right for you.

I don’t have a particular problem. Do I still need rehabilitation?

There are many goals you can work toward in rehabilitation. People who don’t have a health concern may still want to work on improving their strength levels or overall function, which rehabilitation can also assist with.

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Rehabilitation Arlington TX | (817) 557-2770