Nausea & Acid Reflux/GERD
Certain gastrointestinal conditions, such as persistent nausea, acid reflux, or GERD, can cause some serious limitations to your daily life.
While physical therapy is typically known for treating musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, it can actually play a key role in promoting strong gastrointestinal health, as well.
One factor of physical therapy that can help combat issues with the GI tract is targeted exercise. Exercise plays a key role in making sure your internal functions are operating properly – and when everything is working smoothly internally, your body is also able to perform well externally.
For more information on how physical therapy can help improve your digestive health, contact Redefining Health Physical Therapy today.
How are the GI conditions treated?
At Redefining Health Physical Therapy, one of our dedicated physical therapists will work closely with you to design a treatment plan specifically fit for your needs. For a treatment plan focused around GI health, the majority of your treatments will revolve around gentle exercises, aimed at moving your body in optimal ways for enhanced digestion. Physical therapy has the ability to treat several gastrointestinal disorders and conditions, including nausea, acid reflux, and GERD.
Research shows that physical therapy treatments not only manage the symptoms of GI conditions, but it can protect and prevent harm to the GI tract altogether. In fact, people who exercise regularly are at a decreased risk of developing potentially harmful gastrointestinal conditions than those who do not.
Our physical therapists can also provide you with certain lifestyle changes that can help combat your gastrointestinal issues, such as adopting a more nutritious diet, cutting out certain foods, or losing a certain amount of weight.
Contact Redefining Health Physical Therapy today:
If you have been living with nausea, acid reflux, or GERD, request an in-home physical therapy appointment with Redefining Health Physical Therapy today. We’ll help get to the root of your gastrointestinal issues and treat them accordingly so you can get back to living your life comfortably.