Muscles play a significant role in how your body functions and how it moves.
Since the bones of your body serve as attachment points for the muscles, your problematic muscles often interfere with joint function. They also assist with movement of blood in your veins and the normal reflexes that keep us safe. Sometimes tight muscles will push on the nerves that run through an area, causing nerve pain to radiate into other places.
There are many ways of addressing muscle dysfunction and several types of active muscle techniques. Each one used at Favero Chiropractic will be applied directly to the problem area to increase movement and induce proper function in the muscles. Some active techniques require the patient to contract their muscles during the process.