">
Physical Rehabilitation Services

Managing Your Soft Tissue Injury

At our clinic we provide both Physical Rehabilitation and Chiropractic. We recognize joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments all work together, get injured together and therefore must be treated together. We don’t just massage muscles or slap electric stimulation on you and call it therapy. We use techniques such as Electrical Muscle Stimulation, Ultrasound, Active Release, Graston and Myofascial Release to passively treat soft tissue injuries while providing gentle Chiropractic treatments.  We also have our staff assist patients with therapeutic exercises and actively treat muscles and joints to quickly get back to health.

SubAcuteButton
LateStageButton
PassivePRButton
ProgressiveButton
AdjustingTechniquesButton
MedicalEquipmentButton
ChronicPhaseButton
AcuteBlackButton

AcutePhasePTACUTE PHASE

A soft tissue injury is termed as acute from the initial time of injury and while the pain, bleeding and swelling is at its worst. Your body's aim at this point is to protect your injury from further damage. The usual time frame for your acute symptoms to settle is two to four days post-injury, but this can vary depending on how you treat your injury.

Scott David

At our Chantilly location you would work with our exercise specialist - Scott David.  Scott has exceptional rehabilitation abilities and has a B.S in Kinesiology from VCU.

Mike Wagonhorst

At our Fredericksburg location you would work with our exercise specialist - Mike Wagonhorst has many years of practical physical rehabilitation experience.  Mike also has a B.S. in Kinesiology from JMU.

PHYSICAL REHABILITATION

Request Free Consultation
PlayVideo