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13 responses to “Chiropractic Rehabilitation and 4 Stages of Soft Tissue Healing”

  1. Bodyworkerpro

    Great article on soft tissue healing and chiropractic rehabilitation. Soft tissue healing can be greatly accelerated by adding variable negative differential pressure to the affected area. The use of negative pressure tissue healing also called decompression massage therapy is growing rapidly in the chiropractic profession for its dramatic ability to acceletrate the above described processes.

    1. Eduard Burt, D.C., MUAC

      Thank you very much for informing me about this DMT machine. I will definitely look into acquiring one of these machines so my patients and myself can get better faster. I always look for ways to expedite the healing process. All of the new things that I bring to my practice I experiment on myself first. I ride my Single Speed mountain bike about 3 times a week for 20-30 miles and sometimes I strain one of the muscles and sometimes I crash. Fast recovery is an essence for my patients and for myself. The last addition to my set of tools in my practice was Erchonia Cold Laser PL 5000 u2013 Great Results.nThank you for stopping by and I hope to hear from you again.
      Dr. Burt

  2. Ultrasound Therapy and Chiropractic Rehabilitation | Burt Chiropractic

    […] been used as a treatment for years for musculoskeletal injuries as it helps in rapidly healing the injured tissue as well as decreasing the pain. However, it is underutilized despite its great potential and this is […]

  3. Tennis Elbow Chiropractic Treatment and Rehabilitation | Burt Chiropractic

    […] and pain. There are several treatments that can be used to relieve the swelling and pain such as Chiropractic Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy,  Electrical Stimulation, Moist Heat, Ultrasound, Erchonia Pl 5000 Cold Laser, […]

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    […] COMPLAINTS: During examination patient complained of constant severe pain in a cervical spine, constant severe pain in a lumbar spine, constant severe left shoulder pain, constant severe headache, and constant moderate chest pain. Patient experienced these symptoms several hours after the whiplash. During next 72 hours her symptoms got progressively worse and she began looking for a chiropractic rehabilitation. […]

  5. Runners, NSAIDs, Pain Medications and Misery at the Hospital | Burt Chiropractic

    […] many fail to maintain their bodies. Two good posts come to mind that I have written in the past: Chiropractic Rehabilitation and 4 Stages of Soft Tissue Healing and 13 Facts of Chiropractic and Wellness Care. Every serious athlete must treat their bodies with […]

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    […] our body to achieve proper fitness and health, but in few instance it can also become a source of soft tissue injury especially if you work out recklessly without following certain guidelines to prepare your body for […]

  8. Ultrasound Therapy and Chiropractic Rehab

    […] has been a widely used therapy for musculoskeletal injuries as it helps in rapidly healing the injured tissue as well as decreasing the pain. However, it is underutilized despite its great potential and this is […]

  9. Four Causes Of Poor Posture | Burt Chiropractic

    […] time an individual has soft tissue injury an antalgic posture iS an inevitable result. This can become a programmed habit. Holding yourself […]

  10. San Leandro Chiropractic Clinic, 10 Years of Practice | Burt Chiropractic

    […] headache or neck pain, some would come in because they have severe lower back, shoulder pain or traumatic injury. The list of the conditions can go on and on but it is not the point of the discussion in this blog […]

  11. Soft Tissue Injury and Fibroblast Regeneration | Burt Chiropractic

    […] they synthesize the extracellular  matrix (ECM) and collagen, which is the main framework of our soft tissues. The properties of the connective tissues depends on the composition of ECM – tendons, ligaments […]

  12. Chiropractic Questions and Chiropractor Answers | Burt Chiropractic

    […] my professional standpoint it appears that you might have an overuse or repetitive soft tissue injury. That might involve sprained tendons and strained musculature around the lumbar spine. Also […]

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