Helps reduce high and low blood pressure versus medication.Inflammation is one of the top causes of pain, joint issues, and tension.Sitting, slouching, and other activities can benefit from a regular adjustment.Besides back pain, headache is the top ailment that chiropractors treat.Muscles are constantly flexing and releasing, working together in a variety of ways to help support bones, joints, and organs. When a muscle injury occurs, muscle movement is compromised and the result is usually pain and the loss or reduction of motion. In fact, if one muscle is impaired, its changed movement can affect how surrounding muscles move and function. It can also affect the alignment of bones and decrease the strength and function of connective tissue. Visiting a chiropractor to adjust a muscle can help solve a lot of problems, including symptoms such as pain, decreased range of motion, and even balance issues.Absolutely. Tension headaches and migraines are often caused by muscle tension. Once the tension in the muscles of the neck, shoulders, back, or face is released, the muscles relax and the headache is gone. There are a variety of treatments for soft tissue therapy that help reduce headaches and even migraines.
Usually, muscle release therapy is not significantly painful. If you are experiencing significant pain because of muscle issues, the process for correcting that involves a series of treatments–each with the goal of decreasing your pain. Other types of treatments may also help reduce pain so that muscle adjustment can be completed quickly. These can include acupressure, Kinesio Taping, heat treatment, and even trigger point treatments. At Gateway Chiropractic, the goal is always to keep you pain-free. Dr. Sas works to achieve that goal on two levels. The first level is immediate relief from pain and the second level is the prolonged release from pain through preventative care. Dr. Sas not only wants you to have pain relief today but throughout the rest of your life, so that the quality of your life is improved. Dr. Sas works to improve holistic health and wellbeing by offering comprehensive care and by approaching symptoms from a whole-patient perspective.