Newtown Square, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/02/2019 -- Men and women who have been involved in an accident or traumatic injury often find that completing day-to-day tasks feels impossible. Relatively simple chores like folding laundry, driving, and walking children home from the bus stop can be arduous and painful after an injury. Dr. David W. Nadler is encouraging Pennsylvanians living with pain to learn more about how physical therapy at his office near Bryn Mawr, PA, can help them take back their lives and make physical activities they enjoy fun once again.
Physical therapy is a branch of rehabilitative medicine that uses techniques like massage, rehab exercises, heat therapy, and electrostimulation to heal and prevent injuries. Physical therapy doesn't involve invasive surgeries or drugs—instead, chiropractors use special tools and movements to help relieve pain and make movement easier and less stressful. Some of the most common ailments that cause people to seek physical therapy include sports injuries, chronic lower back pain, herniated discs, and whiplash.
Dr. Nadler and his team pride themselves on providing comprehensive and compassionate physical therapy near West Chester, PA. His team takes a holistic approach to pain management, working together with patients to find practical solutions and treatments that work for their unique injury.
Residents who have been injured in an accident or who are living with chronic pain don't need to suffer physical therapy and chiropractic care are available to help even serious injuries and conditions. Anyone interested in learning more about what conditions physical therapy can improve or who would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Nadler is encouraged to give his team a call today at 610-314-7079.
About Dr. Nadler
For effective chiropractic care in the Philadelphia area, Dr. Nadler feels that education is the basic foundation for any health care practitioner and he has continued learning better ways to prevent and heal, keeping care on the cutting edge of technology and treatments. Dr. Nadler received his Doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic and received his Post Doctorate in Chiropractic Neurology from Cleveland Chiropractic College. He is a Diplomate from the American Academy of Pain Management and he is also a member of various associations including the International Society of Medical Shock Wave Therapy, Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and the American College of Sports Medicine. Lastly, he is also the team chiropractic physician for the Philadelphia Wings and World Team Tennis.
For more information, visit http://www.drdnadler.com/.
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