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- Licensed to practice Chiropractic in Arizona, California and Idaho
- Industrial Disability Evaluator
- Qualified Medical Examiner
- Post Graduate studies in acceleration deceleration injuries (whiplash)
- Accident Reconstruction Certificate from Texas A&M University
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Physical therapy for cervical radiculopathy can help manage pain, improve the range of motion in your neck, and strengthen your muscles.
Cervical radiculopathy occurs when a spinal nerve in your neck becomes pinched or compressed (commonly referred to as a pinched nerve). This "pinched nerve" can cause pain and weakness, and make normal tasks like sitting, using your arms, or sleeping difficult to do. Most episodes of cervical radiculopathy last for three to six weeks.
In this article, we'll discuss how cervical radiculopathy is assessed and treated and what physical therapy exercises are commonly used.
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Thursday, June 8, 2023
Both physical therapists and chiropractors can help you move better and feel better after an injury by using non-invasive methods to help treat pain. However, their services may differ in the scope of techniques and treatments.
For example, physical therapists (PT) can assist you in slowly improving mobility after an injury through prescriptive exercises. A chiropractor can help with quick recovery from acute back or neck pain through a treatment called joint manipulation.
Understanding the differences between the two can help you decide whether to see a physical therapist or chiropractor for your particular injury. This article will discuss the similarities and differences between physical therapists and chiropractors, and help you determine how to choose the one that is right for you.
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Many people choose chiropractic treatment for a variety of conditions, most notably back pain. As with any type of healthcare, it's important to be your own advocate in your care and find a practitioner who you trust. Understanding the terminology used, and the reasoning behind these terms, allows you to ask educated questions as you discuss your symptoms.
While chiropractic adjustments or manipulations are a backbone of this care, many chiropractors now address factors such as diet which can contribute not only to your discomfort but your overall level of wellness.
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