Kinesiology & Trigger Point Therapy
What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is a new chiropractic technique that balances body muscle to reduce inflammation and pain in as little as a month. Patients undergo trigger point therapy sessions where chiropractors treat their body’s nerves and muscles for optimal functionality. After treatment, the individual feels flexible and refreshed again. Continued practice of Kinesiology instills a boost of energy and stronger blood flow until inflammation exponentially diminishes. In short, Kinesiology and trigger point therapy restore normal joint motion by eliminating scar tissue that arose from bodily injury.
What Does Kinesiology Treat?
After someone experiences trauma, trigger point therapy and Kinesiology are absolutely necessary chiropractic solutions. After an injury, the body gives an inflammatory response, where the capillary system compromises and oxygenation of the inflamed area terminates; this is called hypoxia. As the cells die in the inflamed area, scar tissue forms, which decreases range of motion in that area and, in some cases, joint destruction. Automobile accidents, slip and falls, and sports injuries are just some times of trauma that are treatable by an experienced chiropractor.
When Should I Consider Kinesiology?
If you have had an accident that incurred some type of injury, Kinesiology and trigger point therapy are essential to your well-being. You can be one of the thousands of patients that have experienced relief through this new chiropractic service! Many MD’s have found this treatment so successful that they have become patients of Joseph Licitra. They gladly refer patients so that they enjoy a life of increased flexibility and less pain. Kinesiology and trigger point therapy can effectively treat and give relief for the followings:
- Neck and Back pain
- Arm and Leg Pain Arthritis (DJD)
- Pinched Nerves
- Bulging and Herniated Discs
- Sports Injuries
- Trauma caused by Motor Vehicle
- And other types of injuries
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