|So hopefully by now you have heard the great news that Hohman Rehab is integrating with Chiropractic care. Now you may be asking yourself why? Why would Hohman want to add a position for the profession that rivals physical therapy? Well, here at Hohman we know that by combining Chiropractic and Physical Therapy treatment plans we can do more for the patients, both quickly and efficiently.
A New Integrated Approach to Conservative Care
Integrative medicine is becoming increasingly common in the areas of conservative care. Many people like the availability of what they call “A one stop shop,” for all of their health needs. We see this most commonly with MDs either with PTs or DCs. Rarely, do you see a mixture of PTs with DCs. Well here at Hohman we are breaking down that barrier.
If you really think about it chiropractic care and physical therapy aren’t so different from each other. Both are established scientific techniques used to help treat muscular skeletal techniques in a conservative manner without the need for medications or surgeries when appropriate. Typically this means they are looking to decrease pain, reduce inflammation or swelling, improvement range of motion, and strengthen or stabilize the body to help against injuries. Techniques commonly used by both Chiropractors and Physical Therapist include: Joint manipulation, manual therapy of soft tissue, neuromuscular reeducation or even therapeutic exercise.
So how should you decide which type of care is best for you, or will help you the most with improving function? We make that easy for you. Come on in to meet with Dr. Torina for an initial consultation and examination. With this visit we will be able to diagnosis and begin the proper treatment of your specific injuries. From there we will recommend the best treatment plan suited for your specific needs. This may include only chiropractic, only physical therapy, or a mixture from both over a given time period (this is dependent on the severity and mechanisms of injury). If further clinical testing or referral to a specialist is needed we can do this as well. We really are a “one stop shop” for all of your primary care need.
Working together to help you feel great again!
|Our team of physical therapists, chiropractors, and manual therapists, along with the help of allied clinical assistants will properly diagnose your condition, use teamwork to develop a complete treatment plan and collaborate to provide the right treatment in the right order to produce fast, lasting results.|
What you will receive with the FREE consultation with one of our specialists:
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