Active Release Technique provides patients and athletes with a targeted treatment of soft tissues (muscle, tendon, fascia, nerves).
ART is a hands on muscle therapy that restores muscular balance and improves collagen remodeling that will allow your tissues to build resilience.
Professional Athletes of all disciplines utilize this technique with trained Chiropractors and Sports Med Clinicians because it
Over-used, tight, and torn muscles or other soft tissues are all treated successfully with ART.
Just like the pro's, you should be able to experience the great results from this treatment - and now you can.
Connective tissue throughout the body becomes chronically tight and shortened by poor posture or repeated stresses on the body. Cross-Up Chiropractors we use soft tissue instruments and flossing bands to restore proper function of muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerve, and their surrounding environment.
Another term for this technique is VooDoo flossing. These techniques serve as a targeted form of muscle massage.
This ancient Mayan and Chinese technique continues to grow in the contemporary practice of traditional medicine. At Cross-Up we like to utilize cupping for its soft tissue benefits. Cross-Up Chiropractors use it to
This form of muscle massage therapy stimulates nerve sensors in the muscle that allow it to fully relax. It is used to
Cross-Up Chiropractors also use it during exercise therapy to improve muscle activation, strength, and power.
Repetitive stresses to the body are often a result of unstable body segments. At Cross-Up, we provide patients with exercises to correct imbalance and create strength where it's necessary. Certain exercises may be specific to the office, but we send you home with others to continue your improvements at home.
Connective tissue throughout the body becomes shortened or chronically strained from chronically poor posture or altered mechanics. At Cross-Up, we use soft tissue instruments to reduce the myofascial tissue congestion that limits oxygen delivery to tissues and predisposes them to injury.
Tools are used stimulate the body in static positions, as well as during exercises, in order to alleviate pain and restore proper function of muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerve, and their surrounding environment. Used in the form of
Taping was popularized by the Olympics, but has many more applications for common conditions. It allows the body to respond to appropriate ranges of movement and provides nervous system input through its stretch properties. This is a great way to manage pain and assist performance after treatment from the Chiropractor.