Treatment Overview

The first treatment is the most important one of all.  It:  

  • Confirms the condition we have diagnosed to be present.
  • Verifies how bad the affected region is
  • Verifies the number of treatments required to resolve the condition
  • Verifies whether other hidden conditions exist
  • Indicates how aggressive we can treat in future treatments

We have definite goals we must achieve in the execution of each individual treatment, and in our overall treatment plan.  We are successful in treating chronic pain because we have developed a comprehensive strategy in treating the various conditions we offer to treat.  Everything we do is based on our experiences over the years that have lead us to the best plan of action today. 

We utilize one or more of our therapeutic technologies in combination with each other, at the appropriate time for their use, and at the appropriate power levels to successfully treat a dysfunction. 

What to Expect during the First Treatment:

The first treatment will be the most uncomfortable of all because we are beginning the process of removing the irritants that are responsible for the condition to have developed.  Most people wonder if their condition will be worse as a result of this first treatment.  In most cases, the answer is a resounding no.  The various technologies we use in our treatments offer rapid relief to those dysfunctional regions being targeted for treatment.  The result is:

  • A rapid and profound decrease in painful inflammation
  • Release of chemical irritants from within dysfunctional tissues
  • Painful nerve fibres are calmed down
  • A release of pressure in the region caused by the nature of injuries and chronic tissue malfunction. 

Our main goal in this first treatment is to re-create the symptoms you have indicated to us during the diagnostic process.  Re-creating symptoms is proof that we are where we should be with treatment, and confirms our diagnosis.  Very quickly, symptoms begin to diminish to the astonishment of those being treated. 


Communication:

Treating chronic pain requires our technical specialty but also requires communication from you.  We must work together in treating pain.  Good communication between you and your therapist ultimately ensure that your conditions are resolved.

     

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