Preventative healthcare, treatment, and rehabilitation are all key components of movement potential. Both Physiotherapists, as well as Chiropractors, have been trained in the identification and treatment of soft tissue injuries and to help those who suffer from these painful and debilitating conditions.
Manual therapy is a key skill in their trade. Chiropractors and Physiotherapists are both trained in movement therapy in Spokane to treat different muscle groups and promote soft tissue healing.
Soft Tissue Injuries
It is common to sustain soft tissue injuries. If you suffer from any of these conditions, the pain must be felt to be believed.
These soft tissue injuries are often caused by overusing your muscles, which can lead to the well-known symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome, RSI, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, knee problems, shoulder pain, and the common back pain that causes so many lost work hours each year.
Although drugs may temporarily ease your pain and allow you to go about your day, you will soon discover that this is not the solution.
Movement Therapy Provides the Solution
During the course of their training and their subsequent clinical practice, Physiotherapists and Chiropractors both employ many different movement-based techniques that are designed to treat associated soft tissue injuries that involve muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves, all of which are revealed in the pain we associate with back pain and headaches.
One of these specific techniques is known as movement therapy, more commonly referred to as ART. Movement therapy is relatively new in the UK: however, in the USA, this technique has been practiced for many years now.