What is it?

A complete approach to improving your health starts with diagnosing your pain and building a comprehensive, personalized plan to address it. Your treatment plan may include diagnostic imaging, medicine, targeted injections, and physical medicine resources such as chiropractic, physical therapy, massage, and pilates. When employed together, these treatments are often complementary and can increase the rate and completeness of recovery of function.

Whether you are suffering from pain due to a car accident or discomfort while performing everyday activities, you deserve professional care to provide relief.  We are here to help you with every step of the way on your wellness journey. For patients looking to explore a holistic, non-invasive pain management program, Interventional Pain Doctors offer several options to consider.

Chiropractic Care uses spinal and joint manipulation to restore mobility to joints and to reduce connective tissue restriction due to a traumatic injury or repetitive stress. Chiropractic care is aimed at attaining proper alignment of the body's musculoskeletal structure, particularly the spine, enabling the body to heal itself. It can increase your range of motion and help you feel more flexible. It may be combined with other modalities like massage or electric stimulation and decompression therapy. 

If you have a whiplash injury, you know how much it can affect your daily life. Whiplash happens when the upper part of your spine, called the "cervical" spine, jerks back and forth violently. Whiplash pain may begin in your neck, but it can travel through your shoulders, arms and hands. It can cause headaches and problems with your vision, hearing and memory. It can make it hard for you to stay focused, and it can keep you from being active. A chiropractor can find the source of your pain, and can help give you relief.

Physical Therapy uses exercise and flexibility training to help improve strength and reduce pain. The goal of physical therapy is to get the patient moving again and to resolve muscular deficiencies. Strength and movement are keys to managing and eliminating pain. Physical therapy can improve pain and function by restoring normal motion to your joints and muscles.

If you have problems moving your body, physical therapy can help. It can control your pain and help you recover from injury or disease. It can help you get better after surgery. It can also help keep you healthy as you get older.

Pilates focuses on toning and strengthening the core of the body. This builds strength and stability in the muscles that support the spine including: the abdominal muscles, paraspinal muscles, and the lateral muscles of the abdomen. Pilates strengthens the muscles that help with alignment, which can relieve neck and back pain.

This form of exercise builds strength and endurance. It focuses on proper alignment of your spine, shoulders and hips. It also develops your balance and flexibility. You can do Pilates with only a floor mat. You can also use equipment to create resistance.

Massage is the manipulation of the body's connective tissue and muscle. Therapeutic massage may relieve pain by way of several mechanisms, including relaxing painful muscles, tendons, and joints by relieving stress and anxiety.

If you have muscle aches or chronic soft tissue pain, massage therapy may help. It relaxes your body. It can increase blood flow to your muscles and tissues.

Holistic Pain Management Benefits Include:

  • Reduced or eliminated pain
  • Injury recovery
  • Improved range of motion making daily activities easier
  • Greater confidence and feeling of well-being
  • Decreased muscle stiffness
  • Increased flexibility

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