Osteopathic Physical Therapy
Often, musculoskeletal complaints are a result of day-to-day posture and behavior that places strain on certain areas of the body. Over time, these habits can lead to muscle imbalances and misalignments. While hands-on osteopathic manipulation, as well as osteopathic physical therapy, can resolve these imbalances, if the fundamental body habits are not changed, these imbalances will return. While some postural problems can be corrected with simple changes, most are due to unavoidable factors such as occupation and other daily activities.
An exercise and stretching regimen can give patients something to do throughout the week to correct these structural imbalances. With careful examination and hands-on treatments, we can discover exactly what parts of the body need to be addressed further with stretching and exercises. Dr. Hennenhoefer will work with you to develop a home regimen to address these areas.
For more complicated problems, we may prescribe osteopathic physical therapy. We will work with whichever physical therapist you prefer to create a specified osteopathic physical therapy session and treatment regimen that will not only correct the problem areas but provide you with home exercises to maintain the benefits of your treatments.