Beat Chronic Pain

Many people with chronic pain believe that physical activity should be avoided because it could damage their muscles and joints and actually worsen their pain.

This is a common misconception.

To the contrary, exercise can actually help reduce pain.

During physical activity your body releases chemicals called endorphins and enkephalins that block pain signals from reaching your brain.

These chemicals have also been shown to alleviate anxiety and depression, conditions than make pain more difficulty to control.

Exercise has been proven to strengthening muscles and ligaments which can reduce stress on painful joints.

If you are ready for a solution for your chronic pain that doesn’t include more medication than make it a point to contact Performance Therapy today.

We will structure a safe program for you that slowly increases your physical activity level over time ensuring that your symptoms aren’t made worse before you have a chance to feel better.

Our chronic pain programs emphasize a combination of stretching, strengthening, aerobic activities and functional task training to make sure that we are taking a comprehensive approach in working with you.

We are in network with most insurances and offer evening and weekend appointments to make your care as convenient as possible. Don’t live with unnecessary pain another day.

Contact us here and start taking control over your life.


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