Learn about Rapid Release Technology from our Broomfield Chiropractor
Here at Lifetime Health and Wellness, in Broomfield, we are proud to offer Rapid Release Technology (RRT), which is a non-invasive, drug free approach to healing acute and chronic soft tissue injuries.
What is rapid release technology?
Rapid release technology is a type of non-invasive therapy that uses high-frequency vibrations to facilitate healing. The frequency and speed of the vibrations resonates with the scar tissue and breaks it apart to restore mobility.
What injuries does your chiropractor in Broomfield treat with rapid release?
Our chiropractor in Broomfield uses RRT to treat back pain, extremity joint pain and range of motion issues, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle spasms and trapped nerves. It is also effective at treating sports injuries, including tennis elbow, tendonitis, knee injuries and conditions such as shoulder injuries.
Are there any side effects with RRT?
There are no severe side effects associated with RRT. It is a completely non-invasive treatment option. The RRT device will be placed over the area to be treated and activated. Beginning sessions last between two and three minutes. It generally takes several sessions before complete pain relief and restored range of motion is realized.
What should I expect during my RRT treatment?
Our chiropractor will examine the area to be treated and determine which head on the device is most appropriate. There are five areas on the RRT device that emit vibrations. Once the appropriate head has been determined, the device will be placed against your injury. You will feel the vibrations as they penetrate your skin. After a certain amount of time has passed, our chiropractor will move the device and work on nearby muscles and ligaments. This provides a more complete treatment and produces better results.
How do I schedule an appointment with your chiropractic office serving Westminster?
To schedule an appointment with our chiropractic office serving Westminster, call our Broomfield chiropractic office at 303-423-4610.
Did you know that rapid release could help break apart old scar tissue and improve your range of motion?