What To Expect
WHAT IS A TYPICAL VISIT?
When accidents happen it’s important to find a chiropractor that is easy to access and for your convenience, we have five office locations. Our patients come from all over the County to receive chiropractic treatment at our Clinics.
Your doctor and competent staff will meet with you to discuss how to best treat your injuries. Then a thorough interview and examination will be performed, utilizing orthopedic, neurological, and chiropractic tests. With 5 locations you have convenient access to our chiropractors in Phoenix, Mesa in Arizona.
Clinica Real offers comprehensive rehabilitation from day one. After an accident, the last thing a patient wants is to drive all over town just to get the health care that ACS can provide under one roof. In the weeks after an accident returning to work is often hard and complicated by an injury. When you have all your post-accident treatment in the same location, you receive unparalleled communication between you, the doctor, and the staff. It’s important for us to know each and every one of our patients in order to give them the attention that is needed for a complete and total recovery.
What We Provide With Each Appointment
At Clinica Real, we always want to provide the best service for our customers. We always want our customers to feel 100% comfortable when they have their next appointment with us. Here is what to expect when you work with us:
- Flexibility 100% 100%
- Balance 100% 100%
- Strength 100% 100%
- Endurance 100% 100%
Contractile and noncontractile tissues are both susceptible to tightening when injured or exposed to a neurological disease process that causes weakening and/or spasticity. Prevention, through careful and regular movement and stretching, is key to maintaining flexibility. However, consideration must be taken regarding restrictions to mobility in post-operative or post-traumatic healing.
Along with active and passive stretching to increase flexibility, therapeutic exercise may include education about body mechanics, gait and locomotion training, neuromuscular re-education, developmental activities and relaxation
The ability to maintain one’s center of gravity and execute complex patterns of movement with the right timing and sequencing is essential to motor function.
Coordination and balance are usually trained using motor learning principles, important components of a therapeutic exercise program designed to increase function. Tools such as a wobble board or balance balls will be utilized to restore or increase your balance and coordination
Strengthening the muscles around the spine also prevents future injuries from occurring.
Endurance increases the ability to perform activities over a prolonged period. When muscular endurance is developed, a muscle can generate and sustain a larger number of contractions. Muscles that maintain proper posture and alignment are fatigued easy when unconditioned.
Strengthening injured muscles is the final phase of rehabilitation. Strength returns to muscles once the heeling phase is fully underway. We will design a series of exercises that will rebuild the strength in your injured muscles and return you to the activities you love to do.