Most people have weak backs and spines. That’s because most of us spend large amounts of time hunched in front of computers, looking down at our phone screens, or sitting in one place for hours with poor posture. This produces an exaggerated curve on the upper spine, known as kyphosis, and weakens the musculoskeletal system. As a result, most people are prone to chronic back pains, lower back pains, and spinal problems.
Physical therapy is the most effective means of strengthening the back and spine, improving joint mobility, increasing range of motion, and preventing injuries. Furthermore, physical therapy also helps individuals recover after back injuries and surgeries. Our licensed physical therapists evaluate your spinal mobility, flexibility, strength, and posture to curate the ideal rehabilitation plan. This may include stretching exercises, strengthening exercises, aerobic conditioning, and more. The goal is to restore optimal functionality to your back and spine.