Therapeutic Stretches, Soft Tissue Manual Therapy, and Spinal Traction
Therapeutic stretching is an essential way to counter scar tissue from the building. Even after the spinal injury has treated, maintaining a regular stretching exercise helps keep tissues flexible, increases mobility, and protects you from new damages. As with activity, your chiropractor will teach you on conventional stretching techniques and will oversee you until you are suitable enough to do it on your own.
Soft Tissue Manual Therapy
Chiropractors use different hands-on soft tissue treatments to enhance the use of the soft tissues. These include stretch and pin, also known under an established name Active Release Technique, and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization.
Many chiropractors use spinal traction, in which traction devices are used to divert parts of the spine. This procedure helps to lightly distribute the vertebrae resulting in reduced nerve root pressure, less pain. and disc decompression.