Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercise is defined as a bodily movement prescribed to correct impairment, improve musculoskeletal function, or maintain a state of well-being. Anyone can benefit from therapeutic exercise as the goal of therapeutic exercises is to increase the range of motion, decrease pain, improve balance and restore the overall function of the body. At Whole Health Chiropractic, our doctors can develop an individualized treatment plan with you depending on the source of your pain, or if certain muscle group needs more attention than another.

If you suffer from shoulder pain, back pain, knee pain, or more, our doctors at Whole Health Chiropractic can provide exercises to assist you through the healing process. Therapeutic exercise is aimed at achieving and maintaining physical fitness fall into the following major categories: endurance training, resistance training, and flexibility training. For certain conditions, our doctors will develop a custom exercise program to benefit your individual needs.

If you have questions or concerns regarding therapeutic exercise, please give us a call. To learn more about the services provided by Whole Health Chiropractic, visit for more information. To schedule an appointment at Whole Health Chiropractic in Nampa, ID, call 208-442-1123.


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