Fyzical Jacksonville July 2019

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1. COVER TITLE 1. ENJOYING THE FOURTH OF JULY IN JACKSONVILLE INSIDE THIS ISSUE 2. 4 STRETCHES FOR STAYING LIMBER ON THE ROAD EAT SEASONALLY THIS JULY 3. 3 FREE APPS TO HELP YOU CATCH THOSE Z’S PALEO TOMATO BASIL SALAD 4. PAIN MANAGEMENT OPTIONS

PHYSICALTHERAPYVS. CHIROPRACTIC

FINDINGTHEBEST ROUTEFORPAINMANAGEMENT

In the modern medical world, there’s no shortage of ways to treat your pain. Still, some rehabilitation systems work best for certain types of ailments, and understanding which recovery methods are available is invaluable. Two important options for any type of pain management are physical therapists and chiropractors. Depending on a number of factors, one may be more helpful than the other, but if they’re used together, you’ll have a much better chance of eliminating your pain. Let’s take a look at how each option can help you. CHIROPRACTOR A chiropractor is a physician who treats issues involving the musculoskeletal system, which can have an impact on your body’s general function. By manipulating certain areas, their treatment will help free up your joints

and spine to alleviate pain and improve your mobility. This normally means manipulating or resetting your problem areas. In addition to helping with the pain from certain types of persistent issues like soreness, chronic discomfort, or lack of mobility, chiropractors can also work to alleviate symptoms of certain types of infections and even asthma! Their treatments help you to avoid relying on dangerous pain medications or surgeries. PHYSICAL THERAPIST A physical therapist is an independent medical practitioner who specializes in diagnosing movement and postural problems in the musculoskeletal system. If you’re looking for long- term prevention or to recover from an injury or surgery, you may want to consider physical therapy. Physical therapists work with you to strengthen

your muscles and restore your range of motion. By fixing the underlying problem, you can get back to the things you love. Depending on what you’re suffering from, physical therapists may use hands-on treatment and exercises and deep tissue lasers and custom orthotics to get you back on your feet again. Whatever you’re looking for, the answer probably lies somewhere in the middle. Consulting a medical professional will allow you to understand the best option for your specific case.

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