Osteopractors are among the most highly skilled practitioners of physical therapy who also excel in advanced manual manipulation techniques. It is the most comprehensive approach available today and addresses all areas of dysfunction/restriction - the joints, the muscles/soft tissue, the nerves, the discs, and your brain's perception of the pain. There are only 300 Osteopractors world-wide. Back to You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation in Michigan is the only practice in the Metro Detroit area that offers Osteopractic care. Statistically, they improve patient outcomes compared to other providers, which saves you time and money and helps you to consolidate your providers. To find out how you could benefit from the exceptional services Osteopractors provide, call the Canton, Royal Oak, or Grosse Pointe Woods office of Back to You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation today or book an appointment online.
Osteopractors use advanced manual manipulation and treatment techniques in addition to traditional physical therapy to provide relief from a comprehensive range of injuries and other painful musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. They identify and resolve the underlying source of your discomfort and accelerate your recovery by providing cutting-edge evidence-based manual therapy and treatment techniques while educating you on managing your condition independently.
In addition to their progressive physical therapist qualifications, Back to You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation’s Osteopractors completed extensive post-doctorate fellowship training in manual therapy. They’re able to diagnose as well as treat neuromusculoskeletal conditions affecting your spine and extremities. It is a superior option to medication, injections, and surgeries based on evidence.
Back To You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation’s osteopractors are the only ones in the Metro Detroit area of Michigan. They provide the utmost individualized and comprehensive care to their patients to ensure optimal healing and recovery.
The skilled Osteopractors at Back To You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation treat numerous conditions, including:
Chronic neck and back pain
Ligament sprains and tears
Tendon/muscle strains and tears
Herniated or bulging discs
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Rotator cuff injuries
Hip and knee pain
Knots & muscle spasms
Foot and Ankle sprains and pains
And so much more...
Osteopractors use their advanced skills to optimize your recovery from injury, pain, and surgery. They help you regain strength, range of motion, flexibility, mobility, neural dynamics, and function and prevent your joints and muscles from being painful or restricting movement.
Osteopractors use an extensive range of manual therapies, including:
Extremity mobilization and manipulation
Spinal manipulation and mobilization
Static and Dynamic Cupping
Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
To qualify as an osteopractor, a physical therapist must complete 9 courses and pass oral, written, and practical exams in advanced treatments such as spinal manipulation and dry needling.
Choosing an osteopractor is an excellent decision because these highly skilled professionals combine the skills of multiple specialties — physical therapy, osteopathic, chiropractic, & acupuncture but in an evidence-based context.
By having an Osteopractor oversee your care, you are undergoing treatment that is more evidence-based than any provider. Save yourself time and money trying to figure out the type of provider that should be responsible for your care or undergoing imaging. Osteopractors use special tests that are more accurate than imaging like X-ray and MRI so you don't need to wait to see us. Osteopractors, like Chiropractors and Osteopaths, use manipulation techniques to improve spinal alignment and mobility. Osteopractors, like manual therapists and massage therapists, use mechanotherapy to improve soft tissue length and function. Osteopractors, like acupuncturists, use fine needles to stimulate a healing response and reduce pain. Osteopractic care has more supporting evidence than surgery and other treatment interventions.
Visiting a single provider is far more convenient for you, but the benefits don’t end there. Osteopractors have qualifications in differential diagnosis and multi-modal management. That means they can diagnose your condition accurately and rule out other causes, and they offer a greater choice of treatments for your condition.
Osteopractors have such a specialized skill set that there are very few available. Take advantage of your opportunity to benefit from their expertise by calling Back To You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation today or using the online form to book an appointment.