An Innovative Facility for Chiropractic Care.
Bethesda Chiropractic Center offers the people of Bethesda, MD and Washington D.C. help with all of their Chiropractic needs. Our main focus is to get our patients back to being pain free and back in control of their health with the help of an experienced and caring Chiropractor. Because of our use of the latest technology and seamless integration of traditional and modern Physiotherapy and Chiropractic treatment methods, we are consistently obtaining the best results for our patients. It is extremely important to understand that we do our best to not only make the pain end but we want to find the root cause and fix that so we can improve our patient's quality of life and prevent future problems.
CHIROPRACTIC CARE IN BETHESDA, MD
Dr. Hook works with you to correct spinal misalignment's—even seemingly minor ones—in order to remove interference's (misalignments = subluxations). This liberates pinched nerves so that your entire nervous system is free to operate in your best interests. First,
Dr. Hook will assess your medical history and give you a full examination to determine where these subluxations are located. Then, through gentle, precise chiropractic adjustments, he will guide your spine back into its healthy, natural posture. Patients usually report welcome relief from their symptoms as their posture improves.
In addition to spinal adjustments, Dr. Hook may suggest other complementary treatments that bolster the natural healing and wellness results of a correctly-aligned spine.
Physiotherapy is a hands-on manipulation of the spinal column and neuromusculoskeletal system using precise, highly controlled hand positions and pressure will relieve subluxations (improper spinal motion) and reduce nerve interference. This will alleviate neck, shoulder, and lower back pain—both acute and chronic.
Rather than medical or surgical measures, physiotherapy modalities include the use of massage, heat, light, and exercise to alleviate pain. These treatments improve the use of bones, joints, muscles, and nerves. Physiotherapy is effective in the treatment of injuries affecting motor skills or functions.
Through various exercises and techniques, your body is re-educated to function properly after an injury. Injuries resulting in the loss of motor skills and muscular function are restored through rehabilitative therapies.
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