Information for Doctors
Every practicing doctor or therapist had those few patients that just don’t make sense. They have the same complaints as people you have seen before, but they are just not responding to care. Simply put, they are hard to figure out.
Knowledge is limited. Not everything about the human body is known. So medicine is split into various professions, specialties, and subspecialties. Individual physicians can chose to deepen their knowledge about one area while, by necessity, limiting their breadth of knowledge. I have chosen to this within the subspecialty of soft tissue disorders.
After years of using many techniques to correct my patient’s soft tissue components of their injuries I was introduced to the Active Release Techniques (ART). In ART I have found the first organized system for the understanding and treatment of connective tissues to release scar tissue from trauma or overuse injuries. What makes this work different for me are the fast, predictable results compared to the normal outcomes. I also enjoy the anatomical precision in these manual techniques.
What types of injuries should be referred to
Rocky Mountain Healing ART?
There is no technological test for the evaluation of soft tissue injuries. Usually they must be determined by manual means regarding altered tissue texture, tension, and movement.
When referring a patient for assessment to our office you can expect:
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