Active Rehabilitation in Mesquite, TX

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Why is Rehabilitation Important?

If you have a chronic illness or endure an injury, active rehabilitation is a necessary step to restore your body's strength, flexibility, endurance, power, and overall function, which is achieved through different personalized exercises and drills. Active rehabilitation is just as important as treatment for an injury or condition. Unfortunately, it often goes overlooked, which can lead to people having limited function and mobility in the affected area. At Q Factor Chiropractic, our team offers personalized rehabilitation treatment plans for individuals in need of specialized care following an illness or injury. Contact our office in Mesquite, TX to get the care you need.

What Are The Benefits Of Active Rehabilitation?

A personalized active rehabilitation treatment plan at Q Factor Chiropractic can help you recover from your injury or medical condition with a number of great benefits, including:

  • Offering customized treatment options
  • Providing 1-on-1 supervision and support
  • Improving function, flexibility, and mobility
  • Strengthening muscles, ligaments, and tendons
  • Reducing pain and inflammation
  • Promoting faster recovery
  • Lowering risks of re-injury

Am I A Candidate For Active Rehabilitation?

Anyone who has sustained an injury, is recovering from surgery, is experiencing age-related loss of mobility, or is dealing with chronic pain can be an excellent candidate for active rehabilitation. During your consultation at Q Factor Chiropractic, our experienced team will evaluate your medical history, current health, and mobility to ensure that there are no issues preventing you from enjoying the benefits of an active rehabilitation program. It is important to realize that typically, the sooner patients begin an active rehabilitation program after an injury or illness, the better the outcomes.

When Should I Start Rehab?

Rehabilitation exercises should begin as soon as possible after the initial inflammatory phase (72 hours) and should usually be done without any discomfort with a few rare exceptions. As you're recovering, it's important not to push yourself. This is because pain is the body's way of telling you to stop or slow down. If you don't listen to your body, you will heal and recover even more slowly. At Q Factor Chiropractic, we offer active rehabilitation in three phases:

  • Phase 1: In the first stage, rehabilitation involves gentle exercise, allowing for the damaged tissue to heal. When this stage is rushed, it will result in improper healing and will leave the area prone to further injuries.
  • Phase 2: Second stage rehabilitation involves progressively loading the muscles, tendons, bones, or ligaments to develop tensile strength, producing healed tissue that will be able to withstand the stresses and strains of everyday life and exercise.
  • Phase 3: The final stage of rehabilitation is where the tissue adapts and is stressed using functional exercises and drills to ensure the body is ready to return to normal activities.

Active Rehabilitation FAQ

Does active rehabilitation hurt?

No, in most cases, active rehabilitation exercises can be performed without discomfort. Any pain should be recognized as a warning to slow down and take it easier.

Is active rehabilitation safe?

Yes, it is. Working under supervision or performing exercises at home is safe and effective when properly done, and care is taken to monitor any pain.

Do you really need to do active rehabilitation?

Yes, you do, to regain mobility and rebuild strength after an injury. Without rehabilitation, you can lose mobility and become prone to weakness in the injured area or even a repeat injury.

How long is a typical active rehabilitation program?

How long your rehabilitation treatment plan lasts will depend on a number of factors including your injury or condition, health, goals, and more. In general, an active rehabilitation program can last about 6 weeks to three months or longer.

What can active rehabilitation help with?

Active rehabilitation can help improve recovery after an injury or reduce chronic pain and more, including:

  • Knee injuries
  • Muscle and tendon injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Back pain and/or injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Tendonitis
  • Post-surgery recovery
  • Post-cancer recovery
  • Limited mobility


If you're recovering from an illness or injury, it's important to take the rehabilitation of your body seriously. Our team at Q Factor Chiropractic will provide you with all of the tools you need to succeed. We prioritize your health and wellness above all else, and we will guide you through your functional issues at our Mesquite, TX facility.

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