Rehab Therapy compliments chiropractic adjustments and helps stabilize joints and strengthen the area of focus. Rehab Therapy allows patients to hold the adjustment better and to continue better healing of the body by stabilizing the diagnosed area. Without proper treatment, the adjustment is likely to slip because there is nothing holding it in place.
Rehab Therapy differs slightly from Physical Therapy in that it does not necessarily need to be performed by a licensed Physical Therapist. These exercises and techniques are designed to be easily performed by the patients themselves after an initial demonstration. They are done quickly and efficiently and are a very effective way of supplementing an adjustment without exhausting a huge amount of time, money and/or energy.
Benefits of the service fall under the ultimate goal of healing the body to the highest attainable degree. Strengthening and stabilizing the joints is the primary goal of rehab therapy. These quick exercises and techniques are very beneficial over a long period of time in order to avoid the hindrance of progression.