In order to best fit your needs, we offer a variety of treatment options:
From Physical and Functional Medicine to Chiropractic Care and Physical Therapy, Total Health & Rehab maintains one major advantage over many other healthcare clinics in the greater Orlando region. It has the eyes and hands of a medical doctor, chiropractor, physical therapist and acupuncturist all in one location. Over the past two decades, we’ve been helping people live pain free and regain their health and wellness.
What are some of the issues that we can help you with?
- Neck pain
- Back Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Knee Pain
- Disc bulges
- Herniations and degeneration
- Weight loss resistance
- Thyroid problems
- Chronic fatigue
- Auto Injury
- Personal Injury
More and more people are opting for complimentary health approaches to treat chronic or acute health issues because these approaches help them get to the root cause of their health problems with no down time from surgery. According to the National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health, here are two subgroups within complimentary health:
- Natural Products – A growing number of Americans are consuming dietary supplements in hopes of achieving total life wellness. These dietary supplements can include herbs (also known as botanicals), vitamins and minerals, and probiotics. A majority of these are readily available without a prescription as OTC supplements.
- Mind & Body Practices – There are a variety of mind and body practices used by individuals seeking to improve their health. Some of the most popular practices include: yoga, chiropractic and osteopathic manipulation, meditation, massage therapy, acupuncture, relaxation techniques (such as breathing exercises, guided imagery, and progressive muscle relaxation), tai chi, qi gong, healing touch, hypnotherapy, and movement therapies (such as Feldenkrais method, Alexander technique, Pilates, Rolfing Structural Integration, and Trager psychophysical integration).
But, just how safe are these complimentary treatment options? If you are considering any of these alternative health approaches, here are some suggestions per the National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health regarding safety:
- “Be aware that individuals respond differently to health products and practices, whether conventional or complementary. How you might respond to one depends on many things, including your state of health, how you use it, or your belief in it.
- Keep in mind that “natural” does not necessarily mean “safe.” (Think of mushrooms that grow in the wild: some are safe to eat, while others are not.)
- Learn about factors that affect safety. For a practice that is administered by a practitioner, such as chiropractic, these factors include the training, skill, and experience of the practitioner. For a product such as a dietary supplement, the specific ingredients and the quality of the manufacturing process are important factors.
- If you decide to use a practice provided by a complementary health practitioner, choose the practitioner as carefully as you would your primary health care provider. (To learn more, see NCCIH’s 6 Things To Know When Selecting a Complementary Health Practitioner.)
- If you decide to use a dietary supplement, such as an herbal product, be aware that some products may interact in harmful ways with medications (prescription or over-the-counter) or other dietary supplements, and some may have side effects on their own. (To learn more, see the NCCIH fact sheet Using Dietary Supplements Wisely.)
- Tell all your health care providers about any complementary or integrative health approaches you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.” (https://nccih.nih.gov/health/decisions/consideringcam.htm#hed4)