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The corrective phase begins when the pain has significantly been reduced. This stage is characterized by the patient feeling like he/she is able to resume his/her normal activities. This is very important time because if the patient truly resumes all of his/her activites at this moment, it is common for the pains to begin to increase again. This occurs because the condition has not yet been fully stabilized. Treatment continues to utilize physical therapy in an attempt to continue to keep the muscle spasm in check as well as re-educate those same muscles into their normal tone and length. Ice therapy may continue as well. At this stage the chiropractic adjustments are attempting to increase spinal mobility in order that more normal function may return to the spine and nervous system. This phase of care can take a few weeks with very minor conditions to months in more sever conditions. The frequency of care can still be multiple visits per week, but perhaps not as frequent as in the acute or relief phase.
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