At Caron Chiropractic Clinic, PA, of North Oaks and St. Paul, we want you to know that we understand that your chiropractic issues are unique and must be treated as such. If you are in need of spinal rehabilitation, your case may be 180-degrees different from our last patient whose treatment plan involved spinal rehabilitation. When you come to us for spinal rehabilitation—or any number of other chiropractic concerns—you can feel confident that we will treat you, your symptoms, and your treatment plan as unique.
Spinal rehabilitation is a short, two-word phrase that actually captures a wide array of chiropractic issues. And while it may be true that most people understand chiropractic medicine to be adjustments to people’s backs, the common understanding of spinal adjustment may not be what you need to get you back to full health. For some people, a back adjustment may be exactly what is needed. For others with more complex or sensitive issues, other options may be the best solution. Some of the complementary alternatives to spinal adjustment, all of which fit into the category of spinal rehabilitation, include massage therapy, exercise plans to strengthen associated muscle groups, and changes to your daily routines that may not occur to you as being directly related to spinal issues. Our goal is to have you feeling better than when you arrived at our office each time you visit.
Spinal Rehabilitation Services
- Massage therapy: You may have a condition or injury that originates in your spinal column, but feel stress and strain in surrounding muscles. Massage therapy can help relieve the stress and strain on those muscles, which in turn can encourage the faster healing of the actual injury or condition. Massage therapy can be as helpful to someone in need of spinal rehabilitation as the more familiar form of spinal adjustment. We offer a variety of massage therapies too, including Swedish massage, deep and soft tissue massage, and trigger-point massage.
- Exercise routines: We will work with you to create an exercise plan that helps our spinal rehabilitation strategy work better and prevent recurrence of injury. Our approach to chiropractic care is collaborative, which means that we not only listen to you when treating you, but that we also encourage you to take responsibility for your chiropractic health when you’re at home and at work. Long-term healing from chiropractic issues requires your attention, and the exercise plans we create with you are designed to fit into your lifestyle and complement the chiropractic care we offer.
- Integrated spinal rehabilitation: We can help you identify the areas of your life that are both helping and hindering your optimal spinal health. When you address your long-term health in integrated ways, you are more likely to achieve long-term chiropractic health.
If you are suffering from a painful condition now, we can work with you to figure out how to optimize your lifestyle so that you can be as pain-free as possible. Give us a call at 651-255-9999 and we’ll be happy to schedule your first appointment.