Basic Approach to Care
The process of healing from most musculoskeletal disorders can be broken down into basic categories of loosening muscular and fascial compensations from injury or overuse, then retraining weakened and imbalanced muscles. This is accomplished through a combination of the various treatment options mentioned previously in the services section.
Passive/ Active Care
Passive care is care provided to a patient by a healthcare provider. Active care is care that is primarily initiated and maintained by the patient. Typically, care transitions from more passive to more active as treatment progresses and a patient is able to do more with less pain.
The goal is to transition you as rapidly as possible from passive to active care, so that you can become as self-sufficient as possible. Active care training may begin as soon as on the first visit, depending on the severity of your condition. With a little education, training, and help, most patients can become well-empowered to maintain their own musculoskeletal health. This means more time and resources to enjoy the things you love!
Contact and Appointments
Adam Stanger DC,PC
230 E 48th St
New York, NY 10017
212 755 4343
212 759 6665 (fax)
Tues:AM hours by appointment
Dr. Stanger accepts insurance assignment and is a preferred provider with most of the major insurance carriers in the area.
Directions by Public Transportation
We are easily accessible by major avenue bus lines and subway lines 4, 5 ,6, E, F and all Grand Central Station subway lines.