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Common Conditions

Common Soft Tissue Conditions that are Treated by ART Providers.

There are many common conditions that an A.R.T. Provider can resolve that is often considered
difficult to treat in conventional physical medicine.

Upper ExtremityCommon Medical Diagnosis
Shoulder Issues
Deep ache and pain with and without movement
Pain with specific movement
Difficultly sleeping at night. Cannot lie on shoulder
Difficulty reaching behind your back
Stuck or locked feeling
Pain reaching across body
Inability to achieve specific range of motion
Shoulder Impingement
Frozen Shoulder
AC Joint Sprain
Rotator Cuff Sprain/Strain
Bursitis
Tendonitis
Elbow Issues
Pain with lifting and gripping
Ache of elbow along the back of the arm
Difficulty straightening elbow
Pain with pushing
Lateral Epicondylisitis (Tennis Elbow)
Medial Epicondylistis (Golfers Elbow)
Tendonitis
Olocranin Bursitis
Muscular Sprain/Strain
Hand Issues
Numbness of Whole hand
Numbness of 3rd and 4th fingers
Numbers of Thumb and 1st 2 fingers
Locking fingers or thumb
Pain with grip
Wrist pain with push-ups or turning jars
Thumb pain and ache at wrist
Pain with pinching and grasping
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
De Quervains Tenosynovitis
Ulnar Nerve Impingement
Trigger Finger/Thumb
Muscular Sprain Strain
Lower Extremity
Common Medical Diagnosis
Knee Pain
Pain with squatting or walking up and or down stairs
Soreness after running or exercise acivity
Stiffness and or ache at night
Stiffness with position such as sitting or driving
Locking and clicking feelings
Patellar Tracking Disorders
Ligament Sprains
Meniscus tear
Osgood Schlatter Disease
Patellar Tendonitis
Bursitis
Foot Symptoms
Pain with walking
Pain with first step in the morning
Burning aching of instep
Foot cramping
Plantar Fasciitis
Achilles Tenonosis
Turf Toe
Sciatic
Hip ache with sitting, standing, sleeping
Pain of back of leg
Leg weakness
Knee and foot issues
Sciatica
Ridiculopathy
Piriformis Syndrome
Spine
Common Medical Diagnosis
Low Back Pain
Sleeping, turning over in bed. No comfortable position
Rising from chairs
Bending over
Feeling of being twisted and can’t straighten up
Chronic stiffness
MuscularSprain/Strain
Facet Syndrome
Disc Herniation
Stenosis
Spondylothesis
Sacroilic Dysfunction
Degenerative Disc Disease
Neck Problems
Difficult turning head in a direction
Headaches (back of head, temple or eye(s) )
Overall stiffness or ache
Whiplash
Muscluar Sprain/Strain
Torticollis
Disc Herniation
Dengenerative Disc Disease
Annular Tear
Stenosis
Facet Syndrome
Mid Back Issues
Pain along shoulder blades
Pain with a deep breath
Pain with rotation or movement
Stiffness that is never relieved
Muscular Sprain/Strain
Rib Subluxation
Facet Syndrome
Disc Pathology
Disc Herniation

Your problem may be a simple fix but that doesn't mean it's easy.

The first and most import question to ask is whether or not ART is the right tool for your problem.
This serious question leads you to the most appropriate tool for the puzzle your trying to solve. The most appropriate tool can be determined by your physician.

Here's a dirty little secret about soft tissue problems. They can often be very simple problems to address.

ART providers treat a very common and misunderstand problem.The focus of ART is treatment of loss of tissue movement due to adhesion or scarring. It's common to experience a wide range of pain levels from this unexpected source. Adhesion or scar tissue forms within or around tissue when exposed tofriction,pressure or tension. These pressures can be a result of daily repetitive movements or positions. Scar formation is an inevitable result from injury from sports, micro-injuries from repetitive movements and surgery.

Adhesions or scarring formbetween the planes of movement of our tissue. Sometimes this results in pressure on a nerve. Sometimes adhesions form between the fascia of muscles. Sometimes adhesions or scarring results stiff joint capsule. Whatever your tissue mobility problem may be, a skilled ART provider detects your tissue movement qualities with his/her hands. Manyproblems cannot be detected with imageing studes such as an MRI, X-ray or Ultrasound. A problem that is not understood at it's source can be effectively treated. A problem that cannot be detected with the hands cannot be treated. A provider cannot find what is not understand and cannot effectively treat what cannot be felt with the hands.

The treatment of tissue means moving the tissue beneath your hands by applying one of the over six hundred protocols that have been mapped out by Dr. Micheal Leahy. ART providers are trained to detect the independent movement of tissues as they translate in movement. The provider uses a specific contact, tension and movement to restore tissue movement quality. Good agreeable sensations are ideal for optimal results.

Results are what it's all about.ART sessions are fast and effective. Most clients experience dramatic results within minutes of beginning treatment. This is simply because ART treatment is very specific to anatomical structure as the entire system of movement is addressed.

Dave refers back to your referring physician or chiropractors office upon completion of the treatment plan so your physician maintains control of your care.