A Progressive Spine & Joint Wellness Center

A Progressive Spine & Joint Wellness Center

Naperville Chiropractor Offers Soft Tissue Techniques

Many of our Naperville patients often have complaints involving soft tissue. Soft tissue can mean many different things; muscle, tendon, ligament, fascia, and scar tissue can all fit under the “soft tissue” category. By working with the surrounding tissues associated with pain or joint dysfunction, our chiropractors have achieved remarkable success in getting our patients better.

Physical therapy and connective tissue mobilization can help to relieve some of the pain and discomfort. However, sometimes the best course of action is to seek out a chiropractor for treatment. Chiropractors can provide soft tissue treatments that can help to improve the range of motion and reduce pain.

Chiropractic Soft Tissue Techniques

We offer a variety of chiropractic soft tissue techniques to help you find relief from your symptoms, including:

Active Release Technique

Active Release Technique is a hands-on physical therapy technique used to treat soft tissue injuries. It involves applying pressure and movement to the affected area to stretch and loosen the muscles, ligaments, and tendons. This helps improve blood flow and healing time.

Graston Technique

Graston Technique is a type of massage that uses stainless steel instruments to help break up scar tissue and improve blood flow. This can help speed the healing of soft tissue injuries.

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger point therapy is a type of massage that focuses on specific points in the muscle tissue. These are called trigger points, which can cause pain and tension throughout the surrounding muscles. By massaging these trigger points, you can relieve tension and pain, as well as improve flexibility and circulation.

Specific Therapeutic Massage

Massage has long been known as a way to help with soft tissue injuries. Specific therapeutic massage can help improve the blood flow to the injured area, promoting healing. Massage can also help reduce inflammation and pain.

Hip Flexor Strain Rehab

The hip flexor is a group of muscles that attach from the front of the hipbone to the top of the thigh bone. They are responsible for bending the hip and are often strained or injured when people do too much running or cycling. The main soft tissue injury site is at the junction where these muscles attach to the hipbone.

Soft Tissue Symptoms

Here are five of the most common symptoms that our patients complain about:
  1. Back pain (chronic low back pain & spinal cord)
  2. Neck pain
  3. Shoulder pain
  4. Headaches
  5. Joint pain
If you’re experiencing any of the five common soft tissue symptoms listed above, we encourage you to come for a consultation. Our chiropractors are highly skilled in providing soft tissue treatments that can help to improve your quality of life.

We’ll develop a personalized plan to address your specific needs and help you get on the road to recovery.

Call us today at (630) 369-6666 to schedule an appointment.
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