Physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, is one of the allied health professions. It is provided by physical therapists who promote, maintain, or restore health through physical examination, diagnosis, prognosis, patient education, physical intervention, rehabilitation, disease prevention, and health promotion.
At The BAWR, our Dallas physical therapy team believes in a more comprehensive approach to healing and recovery, helping you function better and feel your best. Pairing our recovery efforts with educational resources, we make sure you understand the reason behind our methods and movements, so you can get the most out of each therapy session.
Your plan for optimal health is unique to your body. That’s why our specialists diagnose your pain, treat it, and give you a custom solution to living your best life through exceptional physical therapy sessions in Dallas, Texas.
Manual therapy is a physical ‘hands-on’ treatment that often includes kneading and pressure to mobilize joints and relieve musculoskeletal pain. Manual therapy can be used to:
Decrease muscle spasm
Improve blood circulation
Help fluid drain more efficiently from parts of the body
Help to lengthen the soft tissue
Improve the movement of different parts of the body
Looking for physical therapy in Dallas for injuries due to sports? Sports recovery is a specialized physical therapy practice that focuses on the rehabilitation, performance enhancement, and injury prevention of a physically-active individual. Through a series of training exercises and movement therapy, coupled with scientific education, we can address the injury or weakened part of the body and promote quicker healing, improved strength, and abstain from further injury.
Stretching + Soft Tissue
Soft tissue therapy is the manual manipulation and stretching of soft tissues – muscles, tendons, ligaments, bursae, fascia, and nerves in the body through a variety of techniques. The goal is to improve the flexibility of the soft tissue, remove dysfunctional patterns and balance the body’s biomechanical function. The results of soft tissue therapy include pain reduction, improved function and strength, and postural support.
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