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Posted on 11-22-2017
When you’re recovering from a back injury, professional treatment from your Tacoma chiropractor is essential. In order to get the most out of your injury rehab, however, it’s helpful to do some exercises regularly at home to build on the progress you’ve made during your in-office sessions.
Your initial chiropractic care following an injury will focus on pain relief through adjustments and massage that help the affected area heal. Achieving a full recovery will also involve exercising the inured area, as well as building core strength to help you regain normal mobility and avoid reinjuring yourself.
While you’re likely eager to make progress, it’s important not to put too much stress on your body as you heal. The following are some exercises to start with to help you ease into the recovery process.
The stability of your back is inextricably linked to the strength of your core muscles, which include everything from your pelvic floor muscles to the erector spinae that run along either side of your spine up into the thoracic region. Strengthening these muscles will improve your overall mobility, and it will help you achieve proper posture and balance, making it less likely you’ll reinjure yourself.
Any rehabilitation program like this should be paired with regular visits to your chiropractor in Tacoma to ensure you continue progressing in the right direction and that the exercises you’re engaging in at home are properly complementing the adjustments being made during your in-office visits.
If you’re ready to get started on the road to pain relief and comprehensive injury rehab, call our offices today at (253) 259-3674 to schedule an appointment.
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