Physical Rehab Therapy in Anchorage and Juneau
Since 1998, Better Health Chiropractic and Physical Rehab has offered physical therapy modalities and physical rehabilitation in conjunction with chiropractic medicine, passive physical therapy, and physician-supervised massage therapy to the residents of Anchorage and Juneau.
Our chiropractic offices cover all types of treatment and our addition of passive physical therapy sets us apart. Passive physical therapy uses electrical muscle stimulation with ice, heat, and traction, to make our chiropractic treatments more effective.
Whether you’re looking for a multi-faceted provider because you need a workable plan for holistic recovery, or to regain or improve your physical performance, on this page you can learn more about the practice, our unique approach, and how to get scheduled for an appointment today.
Physical Rehabilitation Therapy in Anchorage
Searching for knowledgeable, professional and local Anchorage physical therapy modalities you can trust? Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab, serving Alaska for the last twenty years, has two convenient clinics – South Anchorage and North/East Anchorage. Call before 4 pm for same-day sessions or stop by and meet one of our Anchorage physical therapy modality specialists who work with our chiropractic clinicians and massage therapists to provide effective treatment for how you need it.
Physical Rehabilitation Therapy in Juneau
Looking for a knowledgeable, professional and local Juneau physical therapy specialist who understands your condition? Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab, in the state since 1998, has a wonderful clinic on Dunn St. that is ready to help. Here you can see our chiropractic physician, massage therapist, and get effective Juneau physical therapy modalities all under the same roof. Call before 4 pm to be seen the same day.
Schedule an Appointment, Receive a One-Hour Massage Certificate!
That’s right! Receive a certificate for a free one-hour massage with one of our highly-trained, professional, and licensed massage therapists for use after your first appointment. You can use it yourself, or give it to one of your family or friends for them to use!
The Alaska Back Pain Protocol offers a unique strategy for treating low back pain for long-term results. Chiropractic care, physical rehabilitation therapy, and massage therapy are combined to increase the effectiveness of each procedure at Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab.
Better Health Chiropractic & Physical Rehab with his amazing wife Coni in 1998. He received his B.S. from the University of Nevada (where they met), and his doctorate from the Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. When he isn’t with his family, building his ongoing professional education, or helping folks at the clinic, he’s either doing something community-centered or playing blues/rock guitar.
Why Choose Us?
We always put our patients first. We make you feel at home with friendly staff members, amazing doctors, and multiple treatment options. For effective pain relief and convenience, visit your premier Anchorage chiropractor today.
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Over the last 20 years, our chiropractic clinic has been privileged to touch lives of many thousands of families in Alaska. To see what kinds of impacts we’ve made, feel free to browse our 200+ patient reviews and testimonials.
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- Most people pay just $25 to $40 per visit.
- Some copays are as little as $0.
- All our fees cover chiropractic care, massage, AND physical therapy modalities- most even on the same visit.
- Covered by Aetna? Aetna covers almost half of our patients. Our Aetna patient’s co-pays and insurance coverage are similar to in-network Blue Cross coverage.
- Have Medicare? Medicare Part B plans now cover many chiropractic modalities.
- Because of current insurance changes, we provide many services for free if your insurance doesn’t cover them.
- If your care doesn’t seem affordable, talk to your doctor. We’ll get you the care you need at a price you can afford.
What Is Physical Rehabilitation Therapy?
Physical Rehabilitation Therapy is a specialized health care that’s focused on restoring the body with strength, flexibility, and mobility. Healing, repair, and recovery are the goal. Most often people get involved with these disciplines after a serious injury as a result of sports, outdoor activities, vehicular accidents, or surgery. Our rehabilitation treatments are a team effort, blending elements of chiropractic care, massage therapy, and physical rehab for maximized results.
What Health Conditions Does Rehabilitation Therapy Treat?
Physical therapy modalities and rehabilitation, whether on an inpatient or outpatient basis or as part of an assisted living program, can treat a huge list of medical issues. Basically, any condition which limits your ability to live your life the way you want or that disrupts it through pain and discomfort is likely a condition treatable with therapy. For our specific clinics, feel free to browse our Conditions page to get a better idea of where we focus our resources for Alaskans.
Is It Safe?
Yes, rehabilitation therapy is widely used and considered safe. That doesn’t mean someone won’t get sore or put additional strain on muscles and other tissues. A small percentage of the population of patients may experience uncomfortable side effects- typically short-term after visit soreness that will resolve in a day or two. It’s best to do your homework, get care from great providers, and ask as many questions as it takes until you either feel comfortable on your route to healing and recovery.
Is It Effective?
Consider sports therapy and rehabilitation, how many amateur and professional athletes successfully get back into the game? How many car accident victims or stroke victims with a disability get back to work? How many moms get back to playing with their children? No one can say anything is 100% effective, but there are millions upon millions of people who benefit from these therapies around the world every single day.
What Is a RehabilitationTherapist?
There is an assortment of definitions, but in a general sense, these specialists help people recover from or deal with a range of physical conditions through various forms of physical exercise. At Better Health Chiropractic, we incorporate elements of massage therapy and chiropractic care and collaborate with other providers if needed to design a truly personalized treatment plan.
How Do Rehabilitation Therapists Diagnose?
Through x-rays, very careful examinations and physical assessments, your past medical history, lifestyle information, and much more. It’s a complex subject. Have you ever asked a doctor how they diagnose things? Consider all the years of schooling and the ongoing training involved in these professions as a matter of law and practice. After 20 years in Alaska, well, we’ve seen pretty much everything. And when conditions are outside our scope, we help folks find the specialists and care they need to get better and even collaborate with these providers as a team.
What Is the Scope of a Rehabilitation Therapist’s Practice?
Better Health Chiropractic physical rehab therapists can help address your current issues and offer treatments for a large variety of conditions. They can provide prevention skills, insight, and recommendations on how to avoid workplace injuries and design overall injury-prevention programs for anyone from athletes to school teachers.
Physical Rehabilitation Therapy Frame of Reference
Physical rehabilitation therapy means working to regain physical abilities that may have been lost due to a fall, car wreck, sports injury or otherwise. Care may include help to adapt daily tasks during the healing process. Recommendations may also be made regarding long-term health and daily tasks related to the movement of any limbs affected by injury or other conditions. Goals include regaining independence, recovering the use of injured portions of the body, and improving physical skills that may have been lost or impaired.
How Can I Schedule for a Rehabilitation Therapy Appointment?
So glad you asked! Our chiropractic care, massage therapy, and rehabilitation therapy centers are easily and conveniently placed around Alaska. Below we’ll break down how to get started with us into three simple options:
- If you already know which of our four chiropractic clinic in Alaska is closest to home, or work, simply give us a call and we’ll get you quickly scheduled.
- You can also request an appointment digitally through our website.
- For new patients, you can download, print out, and prepare new patient paperwork.
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