Back pain can be a debilitating condition that affects many people around the world. It is one of the most common reasons for doctor visits and missed workdays, but it’s also one of the more difficult conditions to treat with conventional methods.
One treatment option that may help – instrument adhesion release – has been largely overlooked by mainstream medicine. An IAR doctor:
- Looks at your medical history
- Analyzes the source of pain
- Identifies the adhesion location
- Uses Instrument Adhesion Release to reduce adhesion
The good news is this procedure reduces pain and increases mobility in patients who have suffered from chronic back pain for years without relief from other treatments. Before the doctor administers Instrument Adhesion Release treatment, they will discuss with you the technique and benefit.
How Does the Treatment Work?
As stated earlier, instrument adhesion release uses location-targeted techniques. It works on fibrosis in tendons, muscles, and ligaments. The doctor’s instruments will help break down the adhesions that cause chronic pain in your body without affecting the surrounding healthy tissue. With the treatment, you’ll achieve faster results because the expert doesn’t use general tissue mobilization techniques but highly targets the affected area.
Who Can Perform the Treatment?
For the treatment to be effective, you require an accurate diagnosis, the right size instrument, and an experienced doctor. The expert must have gone through hands-on training, enabling them to identify the affected area and use the treatment.
The doctor must also have undergone intensive training covering human anatomy knowledge, advanced instrument techniques, chronic pain management skills, and diagnostics assessment for tissue mobilization.
The Effects of Instrument Adhesion Release?
This procedure can increase mobility by releasing compression from damaged tissues. It may also reduce or eliminate muscle spasms, relieve pressure on nerves, and minimize symptoms associated with sciatica.
What are the Benefits of Instrument Adhesion Release Treatment?
It is mainly used to relieve pain, but it may also assist in healing. The procedure will help reduce the tissue’s need for oxygen and nutrients by releasing compressions around blood vessels, nerves, and other tissues, promoting a better nutrient and oxygen supply.
You don’t have to rely on medication to manage the pain.
The technique is highly targeted, which means it doesn’t interfere with surrounding healthy tissue.
When Should You Have the Treatment
Only an expert can decide whether instrument adhesion release treatment is a suitable procedure for you. Typically, the treatment is effective at reducing adhesion that’s less than one inch deep.
If you’re going through any pain, Dr. William Brady, together with his team will establish a diagnosis to decide which treatment plan best suits your needs. It’s crucial to note that Dr. William Brady is the developer of this highly effective and widely used technique.
Are Their Side Effects?
There are no side effects to the treatment because it only targets the affected tissues. The mobilizing tissue technique is also less painful and has instant results. You might have to go through several IAR treatments to achieve the desired results.