Active Release Technique (A.R.T) Performed by Experienced Chiropractors
Content reviewed by Dr. Sam Reals, DC | ART, Active Release Techniques Upper Body Certified
A.R.T. (Active Release Technique) is the progression of an older and comparable approach generalized as “pin and stretch.” A.R.T. is a highly effective and efficient hands-on treatment procedure consisting of over 500 different movements to treat soft tissue structure(s).
Even though they are similar, A.R.T. is utilized by chiropractors who create tension and compression, via thumb(s), instead of a generalized hand contact as seen in “pin and stretch.”
Common Symptoms Relieved Through Chiropractic A.R.T. (Active Release Technique)
Active release treats inflamed, scarred, irritated, and tight soft tissue structure(s), which may include muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, and fascia. Through ART, our chiropractors in Wichita, Kansas can help reduce and/or eliminate various neuromuscular pains and problems. Below are some of the common ailments and diagnoses that Active Release Techniques can address.
- Tension headaches
- Neck pain
- Tennis elbow
- Sciatic nerve pain
- Carpal tunnel
- Shoulder pain
- Shin splints
- Plantar fasciitis
- Low back pain
- Exercise-induced pain
- Joint pain
- Nerve Entrapments (Pinched Nerve)
How Our Chiropractic Clinic Can Help
Over time, improper or dysfunctional tissue can create joint compression and altered movement patterns leading to pain. A.R.T. has quickly become one of the leading treatment protocols for collegiate, professional, and Olympic level athletes world-wide. Regardless of athletic ability, many individuals experience adaptive changes within their soft tissues, often leading to pain. ICT Muscle & Joint Clinic’s chiropractors are trained in A.R.T. to better treat your array of pains and tissue dysfunction in the timeliest manner!
Custom Pain Management
Each session of A.R.T. can be different and customized to your needs. At ICT Muscle & Joint Clinic, our professional chiropractors can utilize the sizable number of treatment protocols to ensure that you have the best treatment possible.
Long-Term Benefits of Using A.R.T. (Active Release Technique)
- Increases flexibility
- Lower back pain reduction
- Carpal tunnel pain reduction
- Running injury prevention and performance improvement
At ICT Muscle & Joint Clinic, our team of professional chiropractors have observed many long-term benefits from utilizing A.R.T. If you live in the greater Wichita, KS area and want to learn more, contact our chiropractors today!