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Physical Therapy

Olympic Health Chiropractic has recently partnered with My Healing Department, a physical therapy practice frontlined by Jose Alaya.

Having integrated in-house Physical Therapy our practice, we can now offer a one stop shop so to speak for wellness: chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy and now physical therapy!

  • Neuro Rehabilitation

  • Vestibular & Balance Training

  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation

  • Chronic Pain

  • Neuropathy Rehabilitation

  • Tai Chi for Rehabilitation

  • Stretch For Health Classes

  • Quick Tune Up

  • Manual Therapy

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy
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Stretch for Health
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Stretch for Health

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Experience a Whole Body Health Experience With Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Care

When you need relief from physical injuries or chronic pain, combining physical therapy with chiropractic care provides a well-rounded approach to optimal physical health. Physical therapy focuses on strengthening and stabilizing, while chiropractic care relieves pain with spinal realignment.

Both physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, and chiropractic care focus on managing pain and other symptoms using noninvasive techniques. Both disciplines use hands-on therapy to treat specific conditions.

Physical therapy focuses on how the body moves and functions as a whole.

A physical therapist will work with you on exercises and stretches to help you move more easily with less pain. They may also use hands-on manipulation for some conditions.

Chiropractic care primarily focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. Chiropractors use manipulations and adjustments to help your body heal itself.

Together, these practices should improve your overall well-being, dissipate or eliminate pain, and provide you with an excellent quality of life.

Whether recovering from an injury, wanting to reduce aches and pains, or wishing to increase your body’s ease of movement, combining physical therapy with chiropractic care can help. Most patients seeking a physical therapist or chiropractor want to address particular pain points without realizing the source of that pain. With both forms of physical treatment, you’ll feel better and learn about new methods of treating or reducing pain outside of the office.

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