Rehabilitation

Many activities in everyday life require dynamic postural control through multiple planes of motion and at different speeds of movement. With today's population spending more time in sedentary, office jobs this can lead to muscle imbalances and impair functional movements.

As a leader in biomechanical musculoskeletal health, our modernized programs offer a unique spin on traditional rehabilitation and personal training in every possible plane of human motion. Research has proven this combination of body work prevents injury and improves performance in all aspects of life.

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Our Services:

Medically based, billable services- The Winchester Institute of Chiropractic Health and Wellness offers skilled rehabilitation and functional restoration of the neuromusculoskeletal system in a purposefully created space to achieve true health and healing. Our goal is individualized, tailored therapy for the treatment of acute and chronic pain symptoms and loss to optimal function. The Doctors and Rehabilitation Team at The Winchester Institute collaborate on care, determining the best action plan for each and every patient. Our rehabilitation facility combines the use of functional, dynamic instruments and tools to provide our patients complete rehabilitative training and programming. We accept most medical insurance plans.

Personal Training - Our Rehabilitation Specialists offer personal training, 30 or 60 minute sessions. Our Team of experienced specialists will complete a comprehensive health and fitness assessment, to create a personalized program tailored to you and your individual needs and goals. Each personalized session will incorporate functional resistance training, cardiovascular conditioning, and core stabilization. Our goal is to improve and maintain your overall health and wellness in a safe and healthy environment.

FLEX - 30 to 60 minute personalized stretching sessions, designed to help you relax, reduce stress, increase mobility, and restore normal muscle tone. Our assisted stretching reduces the risk of injury by correcting poor muscle behaviors and imbalances. Each private session is customized to your specific stretching needs. We encourage you to make FLEX a part of your normal wellness routine! While you will see progress and growth from just one session, we always advise a preventive maintenance approach to health. Just relax, and let our Rehabilitation Specialists work to restore your mobility and flexibility using a combination of the stretching techniques below. 

Static, passive stretching, is a simple type of stretching that involves the passive lengthening of muscle fibers, then statically holding the muscles in that lengthened position. The patient does not need to be actively involved with this type of stretch - they can just relax and let the Rehab Specialists do the work.

Active, PNF stretching, is a more advanced, dynamic type of stretching that involves actively contracting muscles groups in order to further increase one's range of motion. The patient will be asked to provide some assistance during this type of stretching.

Myofascial release is a soft tissue release technique that involves gentle manipulation of the tissue in order to release and liquefy the fascia, which is the thin layer of connective tissue that encases and supports the muscle fibers. This fascia can become tight and can lead to a decreased range of motion. Releasing it we are allowing the muscles to function with more range of motion. This technique can be performed manually, or it can be performed with the assistance of a number of different tools.

Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) is a modernized form of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Our Team will use different types of hand held tools to help you feel your best and decrease pain. 

Remember, you have ONE mind and ONE body. It’s never too late to invest in your health. To learn more about rehabilitative training and programming, e-mail or call 614.760.5555 and our helpful staff will be happy to answer your questions.