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Active Release Techniques (ART) works wonders for Sports Injuries-Repetitive Motion Injuries too

Posted Jun 02 2009 4:32pm

San Francisco Chiropractor Comments:

Dr. Adam Jacobs, D.C. Dr. Adam Jacobs of Executive Express Chiropractic in downtown SF knows what it' s like to have a sports injury, but still need to compete. "As a collegiate basketball player it was always one thing or another," says Dr. Jacobs. "But the game must go on."

This is when Dr. Jacobs was introduced to Active Release Techniques (ART). "The difference between regular deep tissue work and ART is night and day...ART would keep me on the court...regular massage was often a waste of time."

So it only made sense that when Dr. Jacobs decided he was going to be a doctor of chiropractic, that he would also become certi fied in Active Release Techniques. Chiropractic and ART are a winning combination.

There are many elite athletes that swear ART soft tissue methods are the missing link. Athletes such as Olympic Gold Medalist Donovan Bailey, who credits ART with helping him to win the Gold Medal.

There are also plenty of normal folks with sports injuries and repetitive stress injuries (RSI)   that credit Active Release Techniques with their speedy recoveries. Check out this article from the ART website entitled:

New treatment relieves pain of repetitive strain. Elite Athletes have been using it for more than a decade

So...whether you are a weekend warrior, a pro athlete, or you just sit at the desk a lot on a computer like most of us...Active Release Techniques (ART) just might be for you.

We incorporate ART into all our treatment protocols at Executive Express Chiropractic at the SF Embarcadero Center. So if you are looking for a San Francisco Chiropractor that is certified in ART and really knows sports injuries and RSI...give us a call at 415-392-2225 orrequest an appointment online.    

  

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