When it comes to pain management, it is important to research all treatment options, not only the types of treatment options but who will be performing them. That is why the professional chiropractic team here at North Bergan’s Life Chiropractic & Acupuncture invites you to not only read and learn from our blog posts, but to call and get to know us. For the better part of a decade now, our New Bergan Chiropractic & Acupuncture Clinic led by Dr. Alex Hernandez has returned countless patients to the pain-free quality of live that once eluded them all. And we can and will reduce and/or eliminate you pain as well.
Today’s blog post will hit home for those of you who have placed yourself on “injured reserved” from the gym or from normal daily activities due to ligament pain. We received superb feedback regarding this video because it is very common for you weightlifters in the gym (or those of you who lift things for a living) to ultimately succumb to ligament pain. In this video, Dr. Hernandez describes the cause of various ligament pains and a common technique that he used to treat ligament damage, the “Graston Technique”. The Graston technique is a patented form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization used to break down scar tissue. It is a non-surgical technique to benefit the connective tissues present throughout the body, including bones, organs, muscles, nerves, and surrounding blood vessels. We trust you’ll both enjoy and learn from watching this video.
For those of you who are not familiar with our North Bergan chiropractic clinic, here are some handy links to some of the services we provide that are proven to reduce and/or eliminate chronic and systemic pain:
- Chiropractic Treatment for Neck and Back Pain
- Postural Correction Services
- Acupuncture Services
- Sports Injury Care
- Lifestyle Advice
- Spinal & Postural Screening
Life Chiropractic & Acupuncture here in North Bergan can and will improve your quality of life. Click here to learn more about our North Bergen Chiropractic Care Clinic. Of course, call anytime!