Too often, injuries just don’t seems to get better. For a lot of people, the pain subsides for a while, then comes back with a vengeance like a bad movie sequel. The injured muscle in your back that just won’t heal no matter who you see. Your dodgy rotator cuff injury that still hurts even though you diligently perform your shoulder rehab exercises every day.
Does any of this sound like you? If so, then this is the article for you.
In this article you will learn ways you can take control of your injury rehabilitation. You will learn how to get the most out of treatment so that you can recover from injury faster and hopefully permanently.
By now, hopefully you have chosen a Physical therapist, Chiropractor or Osteopath that you feel will be able to help you recover from injury.
So you have a problem…who should you go and see to get help? Well obviously that depends on the problem you have. Working out who to see for injury treatment can be difficult. There are just so many different practitioners and well established disciplines out there.
I am often asked by my clients questions such as “What’s the difference between a Chiropractor and a Osteopath?”. To which I often answer “About $7-$15 per session around here!”.
The purpose of this article is to loosely explain a little about each discipline so you can make the appropriate decision on who to see.