Do you have pain due to a surgery, or because your body doesn't move like it used to?

Physical Rehabilitation is what you are looking for!

Physical Rehabilitation or Physical Therapy is designed to evaluate an individuals movement, and implement active and passive activities to allow the individual to regain specific movements that may have been lost or diminished due to injury. The goal with Physical Rehabilitation is to restore motion. This will allow the individual to move freely with less pain. Come in today to see how we can help!

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What can you expect from Physical Rehabilitation?

There are many benefits of Physical Rehabilitation, even if your condition is not something “major”, like simple back pain from sitting at a desk all day.

Physical Rehabilitation can benefit anyone in terms of pain management, general strength and conditioning, and can even improve athletic ability.

The benefits of seeing a physical therapist will always depend on your condition, but in general, you can expect to experience:

  • Improved pain management
  • Better mobility and movement in your joints
  • Recovery time after an injury
  • Better recovery after a stroke or paralysis
  • Improving your balance to avoid slips and falls
  • Avoiding or being better prepared for surgery
  • Improving strength and overall conditioning
  • Increased power and athletic ability
  • Reduction of age-related problems

The benefits of seeing a Physical Rehab Specialist are seemingly endless. If you're on the fence about coming, we recommend you try it for yourself.

At Conrad Spine and Sport, we prescribe to the notion that movement leads to happiness. Dr. Conrad has been certified in Barbell Rehab which is not only great for athletes but for all ages of individuals dealing with pain. Make your appointment today and get feeling your best!

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What to expect while doing Physical Rehabilitation

We use a wide variety of techniques to get you feeling like the most excellent you!

Because of Dr. Conrad’s specialization and certification in physiotherapy by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, the state of Texas allows our clinic the privilege of providing Physical Rehabilitation care.

Most patients who undergo Physical Rehabilitation are in pain and are learning new stretches and exercises that can help them move easier or reduce their pain. It also helps improve or restore physical function and can also improve a patient’s biomechanics. In addition to stretches and exercise, various modalities can be used as well.

These modalities include:

  • Electrical stimulation
  • Mechanical flexion and distraction
  • Compression therapy
  • Functional Trigger Point dry needling technique
  • Manual myofascial therapy
  • RockTape
  • Cupping Therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM)

These forms of Physical Rehabilitation help decrease muscle tension as well as decrease pain passively.  Combined with the active exercises and stretching, this allows for the best combination for the best care available. Passive treatment means the patient has to do very little in order to feel less pain and inflammation in their soft tissues. Combined with the active component, this can help the pain and inflammation stay away.  This allows for the pain and muscle tension to go away, which helps promote healing.

The goal of Physical Rehabilitation is to make your daily tasks and activities easier, by getting you better, faster.  


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