Rapid Release Therapy
From The Desk Of: Call Now For Pain Relief!
Dr Robert C Slater BA: Bachelor of Arts, MSc: Master of Science, DC: Doctor of Chiropractic, CME: Federally Certified Medical Examiner, DACO: National Diplomate of Orthopedic:
Healing Hands Wellness: 635 Cleveland Ave S #1, St Paul MN 55116, ph: 651-699-3366; Fx: 651-699-5780: email: email@example.com
RE: Rapid Pain Release: Highest Standards of Pain Free Joint Motion.
Do you have nagging shoulder, neck pain, hip or back pain? A Rapid Pain Release treatment may be just what you need to gain relief from this unwanted chronic stress.
Rapid Release Therapy [RRT] is specifically targeted high speed vibration that focuses on the relief of pain affecting neck and low back muscles, irritated joints, taunt tendon, stressed ligaments, and tight fascia [covering of muscles].
Soft tissue disorders are usually a result of overuse, injury or surgery. Here is a partial list of conditions caused by scarring of soft tissue: (1) carpal tunnel syndrome; (2) tendonosis; (3) muscle spasms; (4) trapped nerves; (5) restricted range of motion, (6) contractures; (7) adhesions; (8) back pain; (9) shoulder pain; (10) ankle pain; (11) headaches; (12) knee problems; (13) tennis elbow and (14) temporomandibular [jaw joint] joint disorder.
The patent pending high frequency vibration therapy frees critical structures like muscles and nerves from scar tissue binding, resulting in immediate release of pain and restoration of range of motion in short 2-5 minute session. 2 to 5 treatment sessions at $25.00 per treatment are recommended protocols for most conditions for lasting results.
The RRT is the only high speed, short stroke (2.5mm) vibration therapy device available as opposed to the low speed hammering devices most practitioners are used to. The short stroke along with the high speed oscillations per second allows the RPT to be used anywhere on the body, even over bony prominences such as the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, ankle, wrist, and face (forehead and jaw) for lasting results.