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Why Seek Chiropractic Treatment?

  • You want to find the solution to your pain and not just a drug for a symptom.
    1. All drugs have potential side-effects.
    2. Many drugs, even Tylenol, are toxic to your liver to a degree.
  • Every treatment procedure has potential complications, but surgery is the most life altering both good and bad
    1. Replacement parts have a finite life period. eg. Knee replacement has a 20 yr effective period
    2. Spinal fusion will likely have increased motion and arthritis above and below the level of fusion
    3. Carpal tunnel surgery can fail to succeed if there are other common nerve compression sites.
  • You should get treated if the pain does not go away after a week or you have relapses which seem to progressively get worse. It is always best to treat any problem early or get checked early by any doctor.

The following are not guaranteed cures and may require cooperation with your medical doctor:

Pain & Injury Care

  • Effective Traditional & Safe Low Force Chiropractic
  • Chronic & Difficult Cases
    • Fibromyalgia¹ (Myofascial Pain Only)
    • Repetitive Strain Injuries / Cumulative Repetitive Stress Injuries
  • Acute Cases
    • Bursitis
    • Tendinitis
  • Extremity Pain
    1. Arm / Elbow / Shoulder / Hand 
         Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) 
         Golfer's Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) 
         Adhesive Capsulitis / Frozen Shoulder
    2. Leg / Hip / Knee / Foot 
         Plantar Fascitis
         Achilles Tendonitis 
         Iliotibial Band Syndrome 
         Shin Splints 
         Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome  (Before & After Photos)
             a. Anterior Compartment Syndrome 
             b. Lateral Compartment Syndrome 
             c. Posterior Compartment Syndrome

Current list of potential clinical applications of Graston Technique
Updated list of potential clinical applications of Graston Technique

  • Cold Laser Therapy

Support for cold laser's use of pain, inflammation & other uses found in research:

    1. Pain (Crawford et al, 2002; Gross et al 2002; van der Heijden et al, 2002; Binder, 2002; Crawford, 2002; Speed and Hazleman, 2002)
    2. Chronic wounds (Schneider and Hailer, 1999; Cullum et al, 2002)
    3. Musculoskeletal disorders (de Bie et al, 1998)
    4. Arthritis (Brosseau et al, 2002a; Brosseau et al, 2002b; Marks and de Palma, 199; Puett and Griffin, 1994)
    5. Tuberculosis (Vlassov et al, 2002)
    6. Tinnitus (Waddell and Canter, 2002)
    7. Carpal tunnel syndrome (Gerritsen et al, 2002; O'Connor et al, 2003)

Active Physiotherapy / Rehabilitation

  • Chronic Injury & Pain
  • Muscle Dysfunction
  • Posture Correction
  • Work / Computer Ergonomics

Pre & Post Surgical Care

  • Safe & Conservative Therapy
  • Alternative To Surgery
    1. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    2. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
    3. Trigger Finger using GT: Summary,      Full Journal Article
    4. Flat Feet (Pes Planus)
    5. High Arches (Pes Cavus)
    6. Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome
  • Post Surgical Muscle & Scar Tightness
    • Joint Restriction in Range of Motion

Current list of potential clinical applications of Graston Technique

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Nerve Entrapment Therapy

  • Numbness & Tingling
  • "Pinched Nerve" (Peripheral Median & Ulnar Nerve Compression Sites, Piriformis Syndrome Sciatica) or Extraspinal Compression Neuropathies
    • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    • Cubittal Tunnel Syndrome or "Cell Phone Elbow"
    • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) / Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
  • Sciatica (Non-discogenic)
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
    • Pectoralis Minor Syndrome
    • Scalenus Anticus Syndrome
    • Costoclavicular Syndrome
  • Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome
  • Foot Neuromas

Advanced Muscle Therapy

  • Therapeutic Massage (Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy) & Stretches
  • Instrument Assisted Soft-Tissue Therapy (Graston Technique)
  • Ultrasound Heat
  • Injury & Scar Therapy
  • Tendonitis
  • Muscle Spasm
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MFPS)

Current list of potential clinical applications of Graston Technique
Updated list of potential clinical applications of Graston Technique

In general, the longer a problem goes untreated, the more damage and more difficult it is to treat chronic pain. The conditions above are based on outcome studies & personal clinical experience. Individual results may vary. Get checked and treated early. Why wait for the pain to go away? Graston Technique recommends 8-12 treatments according to their research. Generally, I try a handful of treatments and assess the progress of pain from there.

If a problem you are having is not listed, I may be able to still help you. Feel free to call or email the doctor with your question. The secretary may not be able to answer some questions so ask for a consultation.

• Tun'er J, Hode L. Laser Therapy Clinical Practice and Scientific Background. Prima Books AB. Grangesberg, Sweden, 2002. p 305.
• Aetna Clinical Policy Bulletin Number: 0363 Subject: Cold Laser Therapy. July 09, 2004
• Laser World. Swedish Medical laser Society. The Laser Therapy - LLLT Internet Guide. http://www.laser.nu.


¹More Research Is Needed
Fibromyalgia is still not completely understood as a disease. First, it was said to be a muscle disease such as a myopathy and now it is being touted to be a neurological disease. An example of a neurological disease is multiple sclerosis but fibromyalgia is unlike MS or any neurological disease that I can think of. I have treated patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia by medical doctors. However, I do not make any claims to cure or treat a true neurological disease or true myopathy. There are clearly postural issues and specific myofascial / muscle problems that can be helped. Perhaps, they were misdiagnosed also. I hope to raise questions on other issues such as scoliosis in the future. The medical industry & research community, as well as other health professionals, know only a fraction of the secrets in the body. Someday, I would love to participate in research in musculoskeletal issues such as fibromyalgia or scoliosis for Chiropractic and everyone. This is a work in progress and will likely be tweaked in the future as more research comes out and people's understanding with musculoskeletal issues change.

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