Manipulative therapy is a form of physical therapy or chiropractic therapy
Manipulative therapy is a form of physical therapy or chiropractic therapy during which the practitioner uses his or her hands to massage, stretch, apply pressure, and overcome resistance to targeted areas of the body in order to treat musculoskeletal and joint dysfunction.
There are two main types of manipulative therapy:
Manipulative therapy can treat or alleviate the symptoms of a variety of physical dysfunctions, such as:
The physicians at Cedar Hill Pain and Rehab can help determine the best treatment plan that works for you and improves your quality of life.