Muscle Inflexibility in West Bloomfield, MI
Muscle inflexibility is an unfortunate natural consequence of the modern world in which we live.
Most people in the United States spend a great deal of time seated in office chairs that are not ergonomically designed for their bodies, and in seats in cars that can be equally uncomfortable. The large majority of us are relatively sedentary, and few among us can claim to adhere to a stringent program of regular exercise that incorporates a routine of stretching the entire body.
For all these reasons, our muscles become stiff, inflexible, and more difficult to move and use in the ways we need to. Anyone who has ever pulled a hamstring or developed sore calves after lifting a heavy object very likely has some underlying muscle inflexibility that preceded their injury or muscle soreness.
For anyone experiencing muscle inflexibility, there is good news: the condition is relatively easy to treat with professional guidance. With just a few short sessions, you will be well on your way to flexible, limber muscles and improve overall health.
Effectively Treating Muscle Inflexibility
No one is born with stiff, inflexible muscles. The condition is developed over time and usually in adulthood with underuse of inappropriate use of the muscles of the body.
Treating inflexible muscles can be simple and is often multimodal. Often the most effective treatments will consist of physical therapy, massage, corrective exercises, chiropractic care, and more. Of course, this will depend on whether you currently have an injury as well as your level of fitness and physical activity.
Corrective exercises are of the most effective treatments for muscle inflexibility. When you make an appointment with our office, you will gain access to the highest quality of care and guidance in exercises and treatment that can help treat your inflexible muscles.
Let Drs. Adam and Amanda Apfelblat help bring you better health and a better way of life through chiropractic wellness care by calling and making an appointment today.