We are pleased to announce our first Newsletter - Koda Therapy, Helping Chronic Pain.
If you have a musculoskeletal injury or movement dysfunction, your doctor may refer you to manual therapy – you can get a ‘prescription for massage,’ as it is the same medical coding as physical therapy. Both can be used to help decrease pain and improve mobility. Your symptoms may be mild, or you may have symptoms that severely limit your functional mobility – the muscles and joints may just not move.
Many treatment options exist for patients who are referred to manual therapy. Physical agents and modalities (techniques and treatments) are often used by your therapist to augment the therapeutic process, and to help achieve rehab goals.