Range of Motion

chiropractor stretching armChiropractic isn't only focused on relieving pain for patients; since it's all about the long-term solution, chiropractic care also restores your body's range of motion. This is the measurement of how much your joint or body part can move. When injuries or conditions such as osteoarthritis occur, it often becomes difficult to move the affected part of your body due to inflammation, tension, and tightness. Our doctor works with you through chiropractic adjustments, manipulations, and other treatments to restore full range of motion in your:

  • Neck
  • Knees
  • Shoulders
  • Elbows
  • Hips
  • Legs
  • And more

How Is Range of Motion Measured?

Measuring your range of motion before starting a treatment plan helps your doctor track your progress and make adjustments as necessary. It's important to get an accurate measurement in order to receive the most effective treatment for your specific injury or condition. Using a small, pain-free device called a goniometer, your doctor will measure the axis of movement that your joint will allow. Throughout the course of your chiropractic treatment plan, measurements will be taken to ensure you are increasing your range of motion. Our staff is skilled in providing accurate and effective range of motion measurements for patients of all ages and conditions.

Restoring your body's complete range of motion means you will be able to move a lot more easily, generally without pain or discomfort. At Hiller Chiropractic, Dr. Jamnik is committed to helping you achieve a more active lifestyle through chiropractic solutions and getting you back to your normal daily activities.

To schedule your chiropractic appointment or to discuss how we can effectively increase your range of motion, contact our experts at Hiller Chiropractic today.

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