How Physical Therapy Can Help
Physical therapy is one of the many ways you can go about improving your bodily health and wellbeing. As we’ll discuss in this post, surgery is not always the right choice. There are instances where we’d recommend surgery as the absolute last resort option because we care for our patients. We want to ensure we’ve exhausted all options when it comes to preserving and improving your health. Our team of physical therapists are truly experts within their field and will go above and beyond to help you achieve your goals. Read on to learn more about how we use physical therapy as a conservative measure and what that means for you.
Why Surgery is Not Always the Right Choice
Some spinal surgeons will automatically default to surgery without weighing all of the positives and negatives. We’re big believers in utilizing spinal surgery after we’ve already tried other methods as well. Physical therapy helps you explore the potential of healing through a series of exercises, stretches, coordinated movements, etc… Through these physical therapy plans, we’ve had many patients who have chosen to engage in a consistent and proactive physical therapy plan and have been able to avoid surgery altogether.
Taking Things One Step at a Time
It’s important to realize true healing through physical therapy is not an overnight fix. A proactive, steadfast, and strong-willed commitment to the process and realizing your end goal will help you maintain positivity and may ultimately help your envisioning of health become a reality.
Choosing Neurosurgery & Spine Consultants for Your Physical Therapy Needs
If you’re seeking compassionate, conservative care measures to assist you with your physical therapy needs, we’re here for you. Feel free to schedule an appointment using the button below and we’ll be sure to have you seen by one of our amazing physical therapists as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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