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Marysville, WA 98270 US

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Rehabilitation

Marysville Rehabilitation Helps You
Return to Peak Performance

At Performance Chiropractic in Marysville, our chiropractor offers a wide variety of healing and rehabilitative services including chiropractic care, massage therapy, auto accident injury treatment and personal injury treatment. Rehabilitation is one option that can be used as part of a natural pain management. Our natural pain management methods do not rely on invasive surgeries or prescription medications, which may only mask the pain without addressing the underlying injury. The goal of a well-developed physical rehabilitation program is to work various muscles and joints in a specified manner that will promote healing and restore mobility and functionality.

Physical Rehabilitation for Auto Accident Injury, Personal Injury, and Chronic Pain Patients

Physical rehabilitation plans for personal injury patientsIf you�re living with pain from an auto accident injury, a sports injury, a work-related injury or a personal injury, our doctor may recommend a course of physical rehabilitation to help make the activities of daily living easier for you. Patients who have chronic conditions, such as fibromyalgia, sciatica or muscular illnesses, may also find that this type of therapy can help promote healing. If you�ve had some type of ACL surgery or orthopedic injury, you may find that this can be an important part of your recovery regimen.

Regular rehabilitation sessions can also help strengthen your body to help you better resist any future injuries or help prevent the loss of future mobility before it occurs. This form of advanced intervention may be appropriate for those who are facing the possibility of decreased mobility due to aging, injury, disease or some other environmental factors. Additionally, physical therapy is beneficial to athletes recovering from injuries that are looking to regain functionality and even improve performance.

The Rehabilitation Treatment Process

When a patient first comes to Performance Chiropractic, our chiropractor Dr. Vuong Vo performs a thorough examination to determine the underlying causes of pain. The doctor then recommends an individualized treatment plan to address each patient�s unique situation andAuto accident injury patient benefit from physical therapy exercises target the injured joints or muscles. Those who can benefit most from Marysville Rehabilitation will receive a specific program of exercises and customized stretching movements that will gradually increase in intensity so as to build flexibility while improving and strengthening core muscles. The goal is to build endurance, balance and coordination in order to restore function and mobility.

Dr. Vo has established a wellness care and rehabilitation facility that will help you get back to peak performance as quickly as possible. Whether you�ve suffered an auto accident injury or are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines or muscular tightness, physiotherapy may be one part of a healing solution. Other services we offer to support your healing program include corrective exercises, lifestyle advice and nutritional counseling.
Performance Chiropractic of Marysville also serves the surrounding areas of Arlington, Everett, and Snohomish County. Contact us today, so we can help you realize �Potential, Performance, and Perfection.�

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  • "Way more than just a chiropractic office, my wife and I have come here for a couple years, for various injuries and a car accident and have been extremely happy with the quality of care and the recovery process."
    Duane Fisher / Marysville, WA

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