Patients who are hoping to recover from an injury or build up their stamina may be prescribed therapeutic exercise by Dr. Parastou Ilbeigi, DC. Many residents of Apple Valley could benefit from this service, as there are many wonderful benefits to therapeutic exercise that is specifically monitored by a chiropractor. At the Chiropractic Institute of High Desert, patients will find that there is almost always some sort therapeutic exercise that can benefit them, no matter what their reason is for seeing a chiropractor.
This specific type of exercise is defined as a certain regime that is prescribed by a doctor to a patient in order to improve overall musculoskeletal function, correct an impairment or repair an injury or simply to keep a person in overall good health. Dr. Parastou Ilbeigi, DC, may recommend that a patient partake in a rigorous exercise that specifically focuses on a particular area of the body. In turn, she may also prescribe another patient to do a well-rounded exercise that works on most of the body. Each patient who is prescribed therapeutic exercise will receive a different plan, as Dr. Parastou Ilbeigi, DC, works with each patient on an individual level. She feels that individual attention and customized regimes are the key to solving each person’s specific ailments.
There are several goals that therapeutic exercise seeks to accomplish. Among them include mobilizing joints and improving circulation, improving balance and reducing rigidity, as well as releasing contracted muscles, tendons and ligaments while at the same time improving overall coordination. Some patients may also find that this type of exercise promotes relaxation as well, so it can be helpful not only for the physical state but also for the mental state.
For more information on this service and to find out what therapeutic exercises would work for you, set up a consultation with Dr. Parastou Ilbeigi, DC. At the consultation, the patient will go over any concerns or issues they might be having, and Dr. Parastou Ilbeigi, DC, will decide along with the patient what the best course of action is for that particular person. Often, the patient will require a combination of several chiropractic services that complement one another.