Orthopedic Issues

When it comes to orthopedic concerns, we use the basic sciences of anatomy and biomechanics to analyze and manage clients using our ITM in a well-planned sequence.

Manipulation and physical treatment procedures, as well as the restoration of joints to their original position, are all made easier by us. To lessen symptoms and speed up healing, we use our Integrated Treatment Model,

which includes a variety of therapeutic modalities such as manual and chiropractic care, as well as equipment such as LASER. Following that, we assist in the correction of posture and movement abnormalities.

To return to a natural state of movement, we focus on the complete rehabilitation of joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other soft tissues.

Carpal tunnel syndrome also called median nerve compression, is a condition that causes numbness, tingling, or weakness in your hand. This condition occurs in people who must type a lot, are suffering from obesity, can happen during pregnancy, and any other condition which causes strain on or around the wrist. Our Integrated Treatment Model helps us to treat these cases using osteopathy, strengthening exercises to decompress the nerve, and help restore wrist health.

Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is a painful condition that occurs when tendons in your elbow are overloaded, usually by repetitive motions of the wrist and arm. This primarily happens in sports enthusiasts but has also now been seen in people who work on the laptop a lot. If you are experiencing a sharp pain on the outside of the elbow or swelling, this could be Tennis Elbow. Our Integrated Treatment Model helps us to use a variety of techniques and intensity of work to help relieve the core issues. We focus on reducing inflammation, repairing muscle structure, and restoring full range of motion using manual therapy assisted but multiple other methods.

Osteoarthritis occurs most often in older people, although it can occur in adults of any age. In modern life, this condition is also being observed in youngsters. This condition is also called degenerative joint disease, degenerative arthritis, and wear-and-tear arthritis. This condition happens due to muscular imbalance & strength, nutritional issues, and other lifestyle issues. The most common complaint is restriction and scraping feeling in the joints. Some people also experience a lack of joint stability or a feeling of giving away in the joints – when it has to bear a load. Our Integrated Treatment Model helps us to work on such conditions. The initial focus is on pain relief, which gradually focuses on mobility, strengthening, and eventually free movement. Our biggest focus in these cases is the prevention of Surgery.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is the most common type of autoimmune arthritis. It is caused when the immune system (the body's defense system) is not working properly. The immune system attacks the membrane around the joints, and this causes inflammation. Left untreated, this can weaken the bone and the cartilage. This condition causes pain and swelling in the wrist and small joints of the hand and feet initially. A visible bending of the fingers, toes, and challenges in the wrist, etc are the first few signs. When left untreated, this condition gradually spreads to the bigger joints too. Our Integrated Treatment Model helps us work on swelling and pain reduction and then progress to gentle mobilization. Over the course of the treatment, we help with passive range of motion and maintenance of joint health.

A ligament tear usually occurs due to extreme force on a joint such as with a fall or another high-impact event. Common ligament tears are to the ankle, knee, wrist, thumb, neck, or back ligaments. Pain and lack of stability in the joint are very common symptoms of a ligament tear. We follow an Integrated Treatment Model that first ensures stabilization and healing of the tear and adjoining areas. Gradually, we have a set of processes that uses proprioceptive and strengthening exercises to ensure the loading of the joint. We have helped our patients recover from up to a Grade 3 tear without restorative surgery.

Spondylitis is a type of arthritis spurred by wear and tear to the spine. It happens when discs and joints degenerate, bone spurs grow on the edge of the vertebrae, or both. These changes can impair the spine's movement and affect the nerves and other functions. Patients experience stiffness, pain, aches, and soreness around the spine. Cervical spondylitis is a common issue in people affected by modern lifestyles. Depending upon the intensity of the symptoms the treatment is planned to use our integrated treatment model. Our Integrated Treatment Model helps us to use deep healing techniques clubbed with rehabilitation work to slow down the degeneration.

Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs most often during the growth spurt just before puberty. In some children, this is also a congenital condition. In those children who develop it, often it is due to muscle imbalances and postural issues. This causes the spine to curve unnaturally in one direction. Parents should watch out for any abnormal bending when the child is sitting. This can be seen as a bump on one side of the back or the lifting of one shoulder. This condition can often go unnoticed till the late teens when degeneration sets in. Hence, parents are advised to get regular physical examinations done for their children. Once identified – this condition can be controlled if it has developed during childhood. We use a variety of methods based on our Integrated Treatment Model to help with recovery. Our focus is to restore balance of the muscles and gradually use Chiropractic and stabilization to get the maximum reversal.

Whiplash is a relatively common injury that occurs to a person's neck following a sudden acceleration-deceleration force. This could be a jerk while sneezing or a major bump when a moving vehicle suddenly stops. Such cases are most commonly accidental. This problem can also happen in contact sports where punches or falls are common. Shooting pain, stiffness and locking of the joint are commonly experienced by patients in a Whiplash injury. Through our Integrated Treatment Model we begin with rapid relief techniques to release the locked joint and then gradually restore the cervical region’s health. Chiropractic technique is one of the few methods we use in such cases.

Frozen shoulder is the common name for adhesive capsulitis, which is a shoulder condition that limits your range of motion. Most of us have improper movement of the shoulder and inadequate circulation of fluids in the cervical and shoulder region. Hence, over a period of time, the tissues in your shoulder joints become thicker and tighter. This causes development of fibrous muscle tissues – which are unusually interlinked and immobile. As a result, your shoulder joint doesn't have enough space to rotate properly. We use our Integrated Treatment Model to help work on Symptomatic relief first – because these patients come in a lot of pain. Gradually, we restore the range of motion. Our goal is to achieve full recovery in these cases.

Persistent pain and joint stiffness after surgery may interfere with recovery and adversely affect the quality of life in up to 40% of patients who have undergone surgeries especially total joint replacement. We help patients to achieve a complete range of motion and full muscular strength using our integrated treatment model. We use a progressive blend of muscle energy techniques and rehabilitation exercises along with other methods over the course of the treatment.

Dislocation and Subluxations cause ligaments to become lax and muscular weakening. This creates hypermobility and instability in a joint –that causes the bone to react to force and the joint moves out of alignment or the bone moves out of its socket again. A patient needs to be aware of any feeling of lack of control in a joint after the first episode of Dislocation and begin the treatment and rehabilitation. We work with our Integrated Treatment model to help restore strength, balance, and appropriate range of motion in such patients.

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