Franklin: Relieving Back Pain

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Exercise Essentials Try this exercise to help with pain... QUADRUPED ALTERNATE ARM & LEG RAISE While on your hands and knees, slowly raise up an arm out in front of you. Then slowly raise opposite leg behind you, while keeping your back straight. Hold for 10 seconds then repeat 3 times on both sides.

JESSICA BLIEVERNICHT PT, DPT, CSCS JessicaBlievernicht,PT,DPT,CSCS, trained with the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and combines her pelvic rehabilitation education with previous training in ultrasound imaging to provide a more extensive treatment option for anyone dealing with low back, abdominal or pelvic issues. She has specialized in women’s health rehab for nearly five of her seven professional years. She believes in educating patients and empowering them to become active participants in their care.


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Movement Keeps You Healthy

Our bodies thrive on movement. When we move, our circulation improves, our joints get lubricated, pressure is released, and our outlook on life shifts toward the positive thanks to the hormones released. If gentle movement seems to make a sore muscle hurt more, it’s time for some therapeutic massage, myofascial release, and a trip to Franklin Rehabilitation. Usually, though, moving our bodies in loving ways every day will save us the soreness in the first place. How do the clinicians at Franklin Rehabilitation relieve pain? Our clinicians are experts trained in evaluating muscle and joint movement. First, a thorough evaluation is done to determine the source of your back pain, and if your neck or upper back can be affecting it. Then, a complete plan of care is put together based on your individual needs. Not only do we treat with the latest gentle, hands on therapeutic techniques we will also rebuild your strength and coordination to prevent future injuries. Furthermore, we teach you how to protect your body, improve your posture and balance, and how to prevent a recurrence of pain. Give us a call today, we can help!

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