Irvine Spine and Sport
1110 Roosevelt, Ground Floor Irvine,CA 92620
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Deep Muscle Therapy

Deep Muscle Therapy

Many massage therapy techniques have been developed over the centuries to combat a variety of problems seen by the Chiropractors of Irvine Spine and Sport. Several of these techniques are used extensively by our doctors and their staff of therapists.

Deep Muscle Therapy at Irvine Spine and Sport – an Orange County, CA Chiropractic and Spinal Decompression Therapy Clinic

Active Release Techniques (ART) Soft-Tissue Management System

Muscles play an important role in both stabilizing and moving the joints of the body.One of the most debilitating forms of muscle dysfunction is a muscle spasm which is thebody’s response to protect an injured body part from further harm. Many massage therapytechniques have been developed over the centuries to combat a variety of problemsseen at Irvine Spine and Sport. Several of these techniques are used extensively byour doctors and their staff of physical therapists.

Active Release Technique (ART) – an advanced soft-tissue management system

Injuries that result from over-used muscles often respond well to the Active ReleaseTechnique, a soft-tissue treatment method that often provides immediate and dramaticresults. Headaches, low back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints,sciatica, plantar fasciitis, iliotibial band (ITB) friction syndrome, rotator cuff problems,and tennis elbow are just a few of the many conditions that can be resolvedquickly and effectively with Active Release Technique. It is a patented,state-of-the-art soft tissue (muscles, ligaments, fascia and nerve) therapy system.

Patient receiving Active Release (ART) at Irvine Spine and Sport in Orange County, CA

The Active Release doctor applies precise tension in combination with specific patientmovements. Treatment is an interactive process involving both the doctor and the patient.Therefore, every Active Release Technique treatment session is actually a uniquecombination of both examination and treatment. Patients often notice improvementin their levels of pain, flexibility and strength within seconds of completing their veryfirst treatment.