Massage therapy has been shown to relieve depression, especially in people who have chronic fatigue syndrome; other studies also suggest benefit for other populations.
– Andrew Weil
Therapy is not to ‘talk about’ things, but to change the person’s life, and to relieve suffering, such as depression, anxiety, or relationship problems.
– David D. Burns
Occupational therapy practitioners know that hope still glimmers in the darkest hour.
Understanding the original causes of physical pain is essential for effective treatment. Four methods of diagnosing in traditional medicine include: looking, listening & smelling, asking, and pulsing & touching, in order to collect symptoms of employees’ subjective and objective evidence.
Reducing swelling and detoxifying the body are crucial steps in treating physical pain. Different types of treatments such as hands-on therapy, spinal manipulation therapy, strengthening & stretching, electrical stimulation, and massage can help alleviate pain and promote the healing process. These treatments work by increasing blood flow and releasing tension in the affected area, which can reduce swelling and inflammation.
Posture correction, incorporating exercise guidance into your daily routine, and avoiding repetitive motions or activities that strain your muscles and joints. Our physical therapists offer a proactive approach to employees’ physical health, reduce the risk of future injuries and live a healthier, pain-free life. Especially, rehabilitation of the neck, back, and shoulders. Slouching and poor posture can lead to muscle strain and tension, which can cause chronic pain over time.
Occupational therapy requires a holistic approach that addresses the root causes of the pain, rather than just the symptoms. This can include various types of therapy, such as physical therapy, chiropractic care, and pain management techniques. Improving movement through exercise and stretching can also help alleviate pain and prevent future injuries.