Active Release Techniques

website chiro woman rectangleThe Active Release Technique (ACT) is the gold standard in soft-tissue care. It is a non-invasive treatment system precisely engineered to locate and quickly resolve soft-tissue disorders.  

Through ART, millions have discovered that they do not have to “just live with” pain, restricted movement, or endure tedious treatment regimens for a chance at full recovery.

 

When Is ART Beneficial?

Whether it’s a new injury or an injury that has bothered you for years the Active Release Techniques (ART) is useful in relieving pain and increasing your range of motion. This is done through breaking up scar tissue, adhesions, trigger points, and "knots" in soft tissues like muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia and nerves.  

ART can improve your circulation, release entrapped nerves, and improve the flexibility of the muscle and surrounding fascia. It is valuable alongside adjustments because your bones go where your muscles tell them to go. When your muscles are neither too tight nor too lax it will help the body stay in alignment.

Your whole body can benefit from using these effective gentle techniques.

 

Who Can Use ART?

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Dr. Jamie is one of the few certified elite ART providers in DuPage County. That means whether it's your foot, shins, back, shoulder, neck, arm, etc. there is help for you!

Let’s work together to get you out of pain, so you can live your best life! 

 

 

Corporate ART: Bringing the Active Release Technique (ART) to Your Workplace 

Dr. Jamie also travels to local factories as an ART Elite Provider where she treats employees suffering from repetitive strain and sprain injuries. Through the ART Corporate Solutions Program workers and employers are benefiting.

In addition to improving employee morale, this program saves money for the corporation by reducing workers compensation costs by reducing the number of recordable injuries. ART is recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the department of labor as a wellness, prevention, or first aid measure.

 

If you are suffering from repetitive/overuse injuries, make an appointment today. We can look for the root of your problem to give you a long-term solution. And if you are dealing with overuse injuries at your job, have your Environmental Health and Safety Manager (EHS) manager talk to me about how the ART Corporate Solutions program can help!

Dr. Jamie