Passive And Active Care Procedures For Pain Relief

Pain Relief

The clinical management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions involves using both passive and active care services for pain relief and to restore the function of the bio-mechanical neuromusculoskeletal system responsible for locomotion. The passive care services include the clinical use of manual therapies and physiologic therapeutics, while the active care services include the therapeutic procedures used in active rehabilitation and fitness training. The Chiropractic Sports Care approach starts with palliative care, tissue-sparing strategies, gradual reactivation advice, and to provide assurance that the red flags of serious disease such as infection, tumor, and fracture have been ruled out, so that our patients do not imagine their injuries or illnesses as catastrophic.

Our passive care services: help to reduce inflammation, pain, adhesions, and spasms, In addition, help restore joint, myofascial, and central/peripheral nervous system nerve entrapment and dysfunction.

Chiropractic Sports Care Passive Care Procedures: Manual Therapies and Modalities
• Adjustments of the spine, pelvis, and extremity joints (98940-98943)
• Manual traction, soft tissue mobilization/manipulation (i.e.myofascial release), and manual lymphatic drainage (97140)

Supervised Physiologic Therapeutics:
• Heat and cold pack therapy (97010)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Contrast therapy (97034)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Electrical muscle stimulation (97014)

Chiropractic Sports Care active care services: helps to restore proper movement patterns, muscle balance, posture, and functional capacity (strength, muscular/cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and motor control abilities such as balance and coordination).

Chiropractic Sports Care Active Care Therapeutic Procedures: Active Rehabilitation
• Therapeutic exercises (97110): to develop strength, endurance, ROM, and flexibility.
• Neuromuscular re-education (97112): of movement, balance, coordination, posture, kinesthetic sense, and proprioception.
• Group therapeutic activities (97150): therapeutic exercises for 2 or more people.
• Therapeutic activities (97530): Use of dynamic activities to improve functional performance.
• Self-care/home management training (97535): instruction in self-care at home.
• Physical performance testing & measurements (97750): functional capacity testing.

Taken together the passive and active care services facilitate the healing process by:
• reducing inflammation, adhesions, muscle spasms, and pain
• restoring the range of motion of the joints and soft tissues of the body
• reactivating the neuromusculoskeletal system for the purpose of locomotion

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