Find Relief for Your Back Pain
Achieve better posture and pain relief with rehabilitative care for spinal injuries.
Rehabilitation for Spine-Related Injuries
Each year in the United States, more than one million people are treated for a variety of spine-related injuries. The office of Drs. Abrams, Piazza, and Julewicz utilize a generally conservative and uniquely integrated approach to Spinal Therapy. We focus on educating the patient about the biomechanics behind their pain, and how we can fix it. We combine physical and manual therapies such as Active Release Techniques, myofascial release, and joint manipulation/mobilization. These help us to provide care for your spinal pain.
Often, spinal pain has a central cause. It could be from a traumatic injury, or from a muscle strain. Generally, if you have chronic back pain, there could be a number of different causes. For many people, poor lumbar support and posture can cause spinal pain. This is especially inherent in those with desk jobs. You can receive care for your persistent back or neck pain. Our chiropractors combine hands-on care to provide relief without surgery or medication.
Spinal Care and Treatment
As part of every treatment plan, we develop a functionally integrated exercise program that is specific to your injury. The program includes posture and body awareness training, spine/core stabilization, and corrective exercises to help prevent future injuries and maintain your healthy lifestyle. Our experienced doctors are on hand to offer one-on-one assistance, providing guidance and encouragement on site and developing exercise programs for patients to perform at home, speeding up recovery time.
Research studies have repeatedly concluded that a regular chiropractic regimen can improve muscle strength, build lung volume capacity, increase blood flow and oxygen levels, decrease reaction times and escalate endurance. One recent experiment found a 30% improvement in the performance levels of participating athletes after just 12 weeks of treatment. Chiropractic therapy has also been shown to accelerate recovery and even prevent sports-related injuries.