Your Range of Motion determines how able you are
Limitation in the movement of any single joint makes you less able- it makes you less potent physically and significantly increases your risk for injury. Compromised range of motion leaves your joints vulnerable to injury from the normal, everyday motions that you may need to perform. So what exactly is range of motion? It is the angle at which your joint can move from an anatomical position to the extreme limit of its motion in a given direction. Without being able to achieve optimal range of motion you are less able to trust your body to reach these limits of motion. So how do we help the members of our community maintain optimal range of motion? Read on to find out.
Maintaining range of motion in Hackensack
At our office in Hackensack, we have decades of experience helping people maintain optimal range of motion, given their level of fitness and musculoskeletal condition. It is at the heart of what we do: our spinal adjustment and mobilization modalities are designed to improve passive range of motion (the kind where your joint moves without any effort on your part), in support of improving active range of motion (that’s you!). Full range of motion in the spinal motion segments of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine are essential for living a life of physical comfort. When damage occurs to the soft tissues that supports these joints, or to the joints themselves, we need to take action immediately to regain lost range of motion as quickly as possible. We work with you to determine a physical fitness plan that combines chiropractic modalities, dynamic strengthening and stretching in support of full range of motion in whatever joint is suffering dysfunction.
Regaining lost range of motion in Hackensack
At Associates in Chiropractic, we set great store by the importance of range of motion- so much so that we equate it with quality of life. That is why we make helping you maintain your utmost range of motion a top priority at our office in Hackensack. If you are interested in finding out how you can improve your life by rediscovering the importance of range of motion, give our office a call to schedule an appointment today.