Top Denville Chiropractic Clinic for Soft Tissue Injuries
Active Release Techniques® soft tissue treatment is a manual therapy administered by trained professionals to certain soft tissue structures of the body. The ART soft tissue management system is based on scientific evidence that muscles, nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue develop adhesions within and between them as a result of various injuries, or as a result of overload due to repetitive use that include: acute (sudden injury), cumulative (chronic injury) and pressure (due to poor posture). These adhesions cause the motion of muscles or joints to be altered, resulting in a wide variety of symptoms including pain, weakness and reduced range of motion, numbness, burning sensations, and tingling. The ART treatment can help many different muscular and soft tissue conditions such as carpal tunnel, sciatica, plantar fasciitis and many more conditions. Read more …
Who can benefit from ART®?
Athletes of all levels are helped with ART treatment, from the novice to the elite athlete. Dr. Cesar Martos has positively impacted and changed the lives of patients, professional athletes, personal fitness trainers, competitive figure skaters, and the everyday athlete – bringing them back to full function. Read our brochure.
Active Release Techniques® is so effective that most patients get quick and positive results after just a few treatments and many times significant improvement is attained on the first visit.
Active Release Techniques® is used to treat soft tissue injuries and conditions. Some of the common soft tissue conditions we treat include:
- Carpal Tunnel
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Leg Pain
- Sports Injuries
- Accident injuries
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