Low back pain is frequently the result of excessive lumbar compressive forces resulting from pelvic malalignment.Read More +
The shoulder is a complex joint that is very stable in spite of it’s lack of boney structure and limited ligamentous support.Read More +
It could be argued that the knee joint is less complex than other joints in the body.Read More +
Chronic pain is a very real thing and can be difficult to treat and manage. Chronic pain is defined as moderate to severe pain that last longer than 6 months.Read More +
With the right integrative medicine team, this pain can be better managed and allow patients to live a healthier life style and do more things and be more active. Physical Therapy is one key component to this team.
Specific restorative therapies provide the best treatment possible in this chronic environment. The evaluation is essential to treating such issues, as this determines the treatment approach and what specific exercises would address the restrictions and limitations present in this chronic state. The combination of modalities such as IFC electrical stimulation, heat and/or ice, ultrasonic therapy and specific soft tissue mobility such as Graston and manual functional releases allow the patient to recover the best possible tissue function and release adhesions that are promoting the postural restrictions and limitations. Through specific postural, mobility and functional stability programs, the client will be able to restore the most neutral alignment possible to minimize torsional patterns and minimize limited tissue motion. Patients moving with pain are much better off than those that cannot move well, as the pain will only get worse for those individuals not moving and other secondary complications will arise as a result of inactivity. It can be a challenge and the therapist will help you to develop your program specific to your needs and then assist you to recover your functional ability through ex and stretching.
Contact the Husker Rehab team of professionals for specific postural evaluation and develop a plan of care to address the postural restrictions promoting your pain and allow us to be a part of your integrative team to best address your chronic situation.
The foot is a very complicated part of the body. It is comprised of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles.Read More +
The cervical spine or neck consists of seven cervical vertebral bodies and is the uppermost portion of the spine.Read More +
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We use holistic treatments in finding the source of the pain and not just treatment of symptoms and we provide specific postural programs to address the alignment and dysfunctional ergonomics of daily tasks that promote pain issues. We provide care providers that listen to the issues and needs of the client to get the best possible outcomes and provide long term solutions to prevent return of pain.
At Husker Rehab, physical pain and dysfunction are personal. We’ve become very good at listening to our patient’s needs and desires, analyzing the problem, ferreting out causes, and figuring out ways to get people moving again. That’s the bottom line and its reflected in our core values.
PAIN is a pain in the neck.
We treat the body holistically, like a builder builds a house. If the pieces don’t work together correctly, it weakens the structure and causes problems. We treat posture first, like a builder frames first. Only then do we perform traditional, trusted therapies to methodically coax a body back to normal. We re-evaluate often and make adjustments as we go, then teach patients how to maintain their newfound health at home—how to establish good habits and build a foundation of wellness, so pain is less likely to become a problem later in life.
Michael T. Cibulka, MHS/PT, OCS,* David R. Sinacore, PhD, PT, Gregory S. Cromer, MS, PT, and Anthony Delitto, PhD, PT Please click on the link below to read the entire article. Download the full Article here
Husker Rehabilitation & Wellness Centers, PC provides physical therapy services in order to help treat the source of pain through a more holistic approach. Halie Trimble is a physical therapist assistant (PTA) at Husker Rehabilitation & Wellness Centers. Tell...
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