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.
If you have long lasting muscle pain, myofascial release may help. This therapy targets the layer of tissue that covers your muscles. It's called the "fascia." It can become tight. It can lead to sensitive places called "trigger points." Myofascial release can help relax your fascia to reduce your pain.
Are you experiencing chronic pain that limits your daily mobility or activities? Are you frustrated with limited body functions? Does a procedure not feel best fit for you, and you are seeking a way to regain your strength? Consider physical therapy! This may be used as a standalone treatment or a supplemental treatment on a larger path as a way to condition and improve specific areas of the body. Learn more about how this treatment type may help you during a consultation at the office of Craig C. Callewart, M.D., P.A., in Dallas, TX!
Physical therapy is a common practice that offers diverse benefits. Generally speaking, it involves targeted stretches and exercises to treat specific concerns. It may be recommended to:
Physical therapy for the back may be recommended to address injuries, conditions, or other natural changes. It may be recommended as a standalone treatment practice, or it may be included to help prepare for or recover from a more involved procedure.
Physical therapy will be different for each person and their condition. The process begins with a consultation to discuss your experiences. A member of our staff will examine your concerns and provide a diagnosis. Based on your diagnosis, your plan may include:
The goals of physical therapy will vary for each person. While the main goal is to provide physical relief, it may also provide some mental or emotional relief. Regaining your mobility, comfort, and function may help you feel better overall!
Most people who are experiencing chronic pain and a lack of mobility may be able to benefit from this type of treatment. It may be a good alternative for those who are uninterested in or unable to undergo a surgical treatment. Similarly, it may be recommended to those who have undergone other treatments or procedures to enhance healing and promote better, more comfortable results.
A consultation with our staff in Texas can help determine if this is the best option for you and your experiences. They will work with you to develop your unique treatment plan to help you achieve and maintain optimal comfort.
Interested in learning more about this pain management technique? Contact us today at the office of Craig C. Callewart, M.D., P.A., and schedule your consultation to learn more about physical therapy. Dr. Callewart proudly serves two locations across Dallas, Texas. We look forward to helping you regain a more comfortable daily lifestyle.