Rehab and Exercises

Support Your Chiropractic Care with Spine Rehab and Exercises

The goal of our spine rehab and exercises at Align is to support chiropractic adjustments by allowing structural change to happen QUICKLY. Every practice member is taught specific rehab exercises based on the structural issue going on in his/her body. They are extremely simple but effective exercises that take anywhere from 2-10 minutes to complete.

The aim of the exercises is to stretch and strengthen the muscles surrounding the spine, which helps in correcting posture. For example, one of the simple exercises practice members do is called “wobbling.” Maybe you’ve seen a wobble cushion before. It’s very similar to an exercise ball (without the risk of falling off of it!). This exercise is great for the core muscles surrounding the spine in the lower back, but most importantly, it is extremely effective in keeping discs in the spine hydrated. We always say—movement is life. On the wobble cushion, the goal is to get moving!

There are several other exercises that focus on correcting structural problems in the neck, middle back, lower back, and pelvis. In order to correct structural problems in the spine, rehab exercises are mandatory to make it happen.

At Align, we are 1 of 400 chiropractic clinics in the world that actually show before and after changes on a patient’s X-ray, and the rehab exercises paired with adjustments are a big reason why we get to see change!

Corrective Chiropractic

Corrective Chiropractic

With a very thorough patient examination (xrays included if needed) and report of our findings, patient care begins with management of the current issue, and at the same time addresses correcting the underlying chronic problems most people didn’t even know they had.

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Graston Technique

Graston Technique

This technique separates and breaks down collagen cross-links, and splays and stretches connective tissue and muscle fibers to increases skin temperature and facilitate reflex changes in the chronic muscle holding pattern. Our doctors use this treatment for patients to increase the rate and amount of blood flow to and from a target area.

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Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology tape, or Rocktape, is fantastic for treating common sports injuries like shin splints, plantar fasciitis and runner’s knee. It also can increase endurance by promoting blood flow during an athletic event.

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