When you’re dealing with physical ailments from day-to-day, it can be difficult to focus on anything else and can be detrimental to your quality of life.
Perhaps you’re working on a laptop for several hours a day in less than ideal conditions (hello, work from home life!) and are new to the world of physical treatments that can help with resulting aches and pains. Or, maybe, it’s something that’s all too familiar to you — in which case, we can help you explore new and powerful treatments.
At Synergy Rehab, there’s a highly skilled team that can help you discover the benefits of a range of physical therapies. The clinic has established itself as a local healthcare leader within the Lower Mainland — boasting a total of 10 locations (seven in Surrey, one in Richmond, one in New Westminster, and one in Vancouver) where people can drop-in for state-of-the-art treatments and techniques.
The multidisciplinary health centre prides itself on having an exceptional team of kinesiologists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, and chiropractors who always have their clients’ backs (pun intended).
So, whether you’re a savant or just looking to dip your toe, integrating these treatments into your quotidian life can help elevate your holistic health. Plus, Synergy’s informative and educated approach will reassure you that you’re in good hands.
It’s likely you’ve heard of the term chiropractic, but you may not know exactly what it’s all about or how it can help you. Essentially, chiropractic treatments involve a full body assessment to identify any issues you may be experiencing, such as neck and back pain, joint pain, trouble sleeping, tension headaches, or chronic injuries.
Chiropractors work with your body’s network of muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and joints — especially in relation to your spine — to improve your body’s alignment and ability to heal itself.
After this year, it’s fair to say we could all use a massage. Its benefits are infinite, from stress relief to relaxation, increased blood flow, and alleviation of aches and pains.
Just about everyone can benefit from this form of therapy, in which hands-on techniques are used to expel tension from your muscles, increase your range of motion, and just generally make you feel more at ease in your body.
This ancient form of Chinese medicine involves the insertion of long, thin needles into various points of the body. While it might sound daunting, acupuncture is actually meant to stimulate the flow of energy (or “qi”) and promote natural healing.
By correcting imbalances and disruptions in your body’s energy flow, it’s believed the treatment can lower your risk of disease, reduce inflammation, promote pain relief, increase your energy levels — and even improve your mood.
Cold laser therapy
This form of therapy involves applying low-level light energy via infrared laser radiation to damaged cells, promoting soft tissue healing. With cold laser therapy, the light energy transforms into biochemical energy once absorbed into the body, which in turn increases blood supply to damaged cells and stimulates healing.
The treatment can help remedy a wide range of conditions, like arthritis, carpal tunnel, back and joint paint, as well as musculoskeletal injuries and sprains.
There is a slew of factors, including structural, chemical, and emotional imbalances that can affect our body’s performance and well-being. Kinesiology is the study of each of these disciplines and entails identifying the right treatments and techniques that can restore your energy levels and enable your body to heal.
It can help treat everything from poor posture and general lack of fitness to strains and injuries. At Synergy Rehab, you can expect a customized, hands-on program that will teach you how to restore balance and promote body strength.
At Synergy Rehab, a multidisciplinary approach is taken to providing integrated health.
Committed to providing the highest quality of services in a range of world-class facilities, their exceptional team is dedicated to finding the best treatments and techniques for all kinds of conditions and injuries.
To find out which of their 10 locations is closest to you or book an appointment, you can visit synergyrehabilitation.ca.