From desk-related back pain to sports injuries, there are many conditions and problems that can benefit from physical therapy. ES3 Fitness Rehab is a leading chiropractic center in Calumet City and Chicago, IL, that provides customized physical therapy programs to reduce symptoms and improve everyday functions and mobility to help patients lead healthier, happier and fuller lives.
Could I Benefit from Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is incredibly important for improving injuries and conditions that affect how the body functions and moves. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize just how beneficial these therapeutic exercises can be for restoring functionality and improving symptoms. Physical therapy can be used to,
- Reduce pain and swelling
- Improve mobility
- Recover from sports-related injuries
- Recover from certain health problems (e.g., stroke)
- Manage chronic conditions (e.g., diabetes; age-related diseases)
- Prevent falls and accidents
- Avoid invasive surgery and other more aggressive treatment options
Most people, at some point during their lives, will benefit from regular physical therapy. People of all ages and activity levels come to our office here in Chicago and Calumet City, IL, for regular physical therapy and rehabilitation. We work with kids, pro athletes, seniors and everyone in between to help promote better health and wellness.
Many people turn to physical therapy because they would like to avoid surgery, or they want to find a more effective pain-relieving solution that doesn’t involve taking painkillers regularly. This is when physical therapy can help.
Turning to ES3 Fitness Rehab In Calumet City, IL
Here at ES3 Fitness Rehab, Dr. Shamsu Raheem is a highly qualified chiropractor that focuses on providing whole-body care and wellness to his patients. Dr. Raheem has received specialized training to be able to offer comprehensive and customized treatments including rehabilitation, soft tissue procedures and extremity care.
Dr. Raheem fully understands the types of injuries and conditions that can impact how the body functions, and can create a recovery plan to help facilitate faster healing while also preventing future injuries and problems