Knee pain is a common problem in society and it is a complaint we see frequently. The biomechanics related to the knee are vital to understand and only a comprehensive examination can help determine the true cause for knee pain. Whether you suffer from knee injury, osteoarthritis, strains or ligament tears, the symptoms and progression of knee pain can be reduced through our individualized treatment plans.
Back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide and is the number one reason for visits to a doctor. Back Pain can be the result of disc degeneration, arthritis, muscle pull and strains and other causes. Before prescribing any treatment for back pain, it is vital to know what is causing it. Our talented team of providers will perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine the exact reasons for your back pain and create an individualized treatment plan just for you.
Nine out of ten Americans say that they suffer from some form of headaches. Though headaches are very common, if you experience more than two headaches a year, you are considered a chronic headache sufferer. For some, headaches can be a daily occurrence and significantly impact their quality of life. Our provider team offers a thorough evaluation and drug-free treatments that provide long-term results for headache and migraine sufferers.
The cervical spine supports the full weight of your head and houses the nerves which branch into your shoulders, arms and hands. While the cervical spine can move your head in nearly every direction, this flexibility makes the neck very susceptible to pain and injury. Before prescribing any treatment for neck pain, it is vital to know what is causing it. Our talented team of providers will perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine the exact reasons for your neck pain and create an individualized treatment plan just for you.
Neuropathy is a medical condition caused by damaged nerve cells and is often associated with diabetes, metabolic disorders, cancer treatments and medication side effects. Peripheral neuropathy currently affects over 20 million people in the United States with symptoms ranging from tingling pain and numbness to burning pain, electrical shooting sensations and others. Our talented team of providers offer effective treatment options and NOT a lifetime of medication.
Acute joint pain is typically the result of an injury or direct trauma while chronic joint pain can be caused by ligament and tendon issues, muscle imbalances and strains or osteoarthritis. Before prescribing any treatment for joint pain, it is vital to know what is causing it. Our talented team of providers will perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine the exact reasons for your joint pain and create an individualized treatment plan just for you.
Sports and physical activities can be very taxing on your body regardless of your activity level. Our trusted staff will work with you to get to the root of your problem and help you feel better again. We help treat and prevent injuries in the neck, back, shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles. A comprehensive evaluation and individualized treatment plan are the best way to overcome injury.
Manual / Massage Therapy
At Magnolia Medical Center, we offer Manual Therapy and Massage Therapy with our Physical Medicine services. Our Licensed Therapists work in tandem with our Physical Medicine treatments that help our patients achieve their goal to reach maximum optimal health and pain relief.
Our Physical Medicine services and Manual Therapy/Massage Therapy complement each other by creating a synergistic effect that results in a much faster recovery time. These services do not just cover up the illness or symptom, but rather ensures that the pain will not come back at a later date.
Manual Therapy/Massage Therapy is great for recovering from physical injuries due to car accidents, sports injuries, or a variety of other causes. The immune system is stimulated when it is massaged. By receiving a massage, your body’s natural energy can heal itself by the increased blood flow to the area that is being manipulated. This improved circulation helps decrease pain and stimulate nerves in the area treated.
If you have any questions about Manual Therapy and Massage Therapy to be used in tandem with our Physical Medicine services, please call our office at (615) 953-9007