Do You Want Rapid Relief from Chronic Pain?
Here at Lifetime Health and Wellness, our chiropractor can help you dramatically reduce your chronic pain with Rapid Release Technology (RRT). RRT was developed to heal chronic injuries, including back, shoulder injuries and sports injuries.
Benefits of Rapid Release Technology
Rapid Release Technology is an innovative way to reduce muscle, nerve and soft tissue pain. It also breaks apart scar tissue to improve mobility, and it reduces joint stress.
- Improved Mobility
- Reduced Joint Stress
- Relief from Pain
This technology was specifically designed to help heal soft tissue damage. The specific frequencies emitted from the hand-held device vibrate the soft tissues and muscles, which provides relief in two ways. The vibrations help break apart scar tissue to reduce tightness, and reduce muscle spasms.
Rapid Release Technology with our Broomfield Chiropractor
Our Broomfield chiropractor uses Rapid Release Technology to help patients reduce localized pain and to help heal old and current injuries. RRT is very effective at treating back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle spasms, scar tissue, tendonitis, tennis elbow and TMJ as well as many other musculoskeletal injuries.
RRT involves the use of a hand-held medical device. This device delivers vibrational waves at a very specific frequency, typically 170 hz, to help facilitate healing and reduce chronic pain. The treatment is non-invasive and has no side effects.
Each session lasts a few minutes, and most individuals notice a reduction in their pain and an improvement in their range of motion after the first few sessions. We generally recommend Rapid Release Technology as part of a total wellness package that involves chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy and other holistic treatment options.
To see if Rapid Release Technology is right for you, call our chiropractic office at 303-423-4610. Our dedicated chiropractors can evaluate your symptoms, diagnose your injuries and recommend a holistic treatment plan to help heal your injuries.
What are your thoughts on reducing your chronic pain through Rapid Release Technology?