Soft tissue injuries such as strains and or sprains are a normal occurrence in our everyday lives. Soft tissues are different kinds of cells that surround and support the human skeletal system. Soft tissue injuries are the leading cause of disabilities in most countries such as the United States. Soft tissue injuries occur when a person’s muscles are unusually tense.
Examples of soft tissue injuries tendonitis, stress injuries, strains as well as sprains. In addition to that, soft tissue injuries also occur due to trauma. Mobilization therapy is useful for treating particular problems that affect both the upper and the lower extremities as well as back pain and neck. Soft-tissue mobilization therapy is used to treat various types of soft tissue injuries.
The primary objective of soft tissue mobilization is to break up inelastic muscle tissue such as scar tissue from a back injury, move tissue fluids and relax muscle tension. In addition to that, the therapy helps to relax tense muscles, reduce scar tissue as well as lengthen fascia. Fascia can be defined as the connective tissues that surround, connect or support a person’s muscles, organs, and blood vessels. Soft tissue mobilization is a manual technique used to mainly reduce pain, relax muscles as well as restore strength.
Here at Whites Physical therapy, we guarantee the most effective treatment for our patients as we value their time and effort. Our physical therapists in Wilmington, MA are both certified physical therapists and endowed with the necessary knowledge and the expertise needed. We offer joint mobilization services to our patient which consists of hands-on treatment for musculoskeletal conditions. Our physical therapists at Whites Physical Therapy provide soft tissue techniques such as massage which aims at the patient’s muscles, tendons, or other connective tissues.
In addition to providing soft tissue massage, the physical therapist in Wilmington, MA also offers manual therapy to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability. Here at Whites PhysicalTherapy in Wilmington, MA our physical therapists start the treatment by conducting a physical exam so as to identify the problematic areas and find out the patient’s range of motion in the affected joints. Our physical therapists at Whites Physical Therapy will recommend various types of sessions of mobilization therapy depending on the condition of the patient. Some of the treatment offered during the mobilization therapy includes applying mild pressure and stretching the affected tissue.
With this treatment, the physical therapists in Wilmington, MA gently move a joint through its natural motion at the same time pulling the soft tissue and improving blood circulation. The physical therapists slowly add force to this movement until the deep tissue is reached and released.
The physical therapists at Whites Physical Therapy are highly trained and provide the utmost needed care and attention to our esteemed patients. The primary objective of the therapy session is to improve the overall health of the patient within the most considerable time. Physical therapy at Whites Physical Therapy offers successful treatment to the patients.