• Over Use Injuries

    Performing daily activities can lead to over-use of muscle groups. Tiny tears, pulls and collisions can occur within the muscle and tendons of your body while you’re sitting at a desk for a prolonged period of time, grabbing or reaching in the kitchen or participating in a sporting event.  This causes your body to produce adhesion in the muscle preventing it from a full range of motion.  Adhesion in the muscles cause them to become shorter and weaker and can lead to trapped nerves and tendons causing tendonitis, tingling, numbness, and pain.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the relevant adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Achilles Tendonitis

    Achilles tendonitis is caused from an overworked achilles tendon.  This can progresses to achilles tendonosis, which means the tendon is degenerating.  If the tendon degenerates enough, it can lead to a partial or full thickness tear of the tendon.  We treat the muscle and tendon adhesions to take pressure off the tendon. This will provide the proper environment for the tendon to regenerate and heal.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Ankle Pain

    Ankle Pain can be caused from a build up of adhesions in the muscles crossing the ankle. The muscles that cross the ankle originate in the calf and have to be evaluated if you have ankle pain. Muscle adhesions will change the way the ankle moves and limit the length and strength of the muscles.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Back Pain

    Low back and upper back pain can have many causes but the majority stem from adhesions in the muscles.

    Adhesions act like glue in your muscles, not allowing them to contract or stretch properly. When this occurs it causes altered motion of your spine and increases wear and tear on your discs and joints. This can lead to disc bulge, disc herniation, numbness, tingling and degeneration. It is important to have this fixed as soon as possible to avoid further damage.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Carpal Tunnel

    Carpal tunnel or carpal tunnel-like symptoms are caused by irritation to the median nerve. This nerve starts at the neck and travels down the entire arm and into the fingers. The median nerve has to be able to floss through the muscles when you move.  If you have adhesion (think of it as glue) connecting the nerve and muscle together, then the nerve cannot slide. This will cause pain, numbness, and tingling into the hand.  Terry will break down the “glue” holding the nerve and muscle together using Manual Adhesion Release and Instrument Adhesion Release. If you are experiencing pain, tingling, or numbness into your hand, schedule an appointment for an evaluation.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Elbow Pain

    Two of the most common causes of Forearm and elbow pain are:

    1. Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis or lateral epicondylosis) this is pain on the outside of the elbow.

    2. Golfers elbow (medial epicondylitis or medial epicondylosis) this is pain on the inside of the elbow.

    Tennis elbow and golfers elbow are caused by over stress to the forearm muscles. This creates pain on the outside or inside of your elbow. This can be caused from playing tennis or golf but is commonly seen in people that use their hands for a living performing activities that involved gripping, grabbing, or typing.  If this is not treated the tendon can degenerate and can even tear, so it is very important to have this treated as soon as possible.

    The muscles in the forearm attach to the bone in the elbow by a common tendon.  This tendon can become irritated and degenerated when overworked. When a muscle is overloaded it will cause adhesion formation. Terry will treat the muscles of the forearm using a combination of Manual Adhesion Release and Instrument Adhesion Release to break down adhesion. This will take pressure off of the tendon and allow it to heal. We will also  treat the tendon directly and use exercises to reverse the degeneration.

    There are many other forms of pain that can be found in the forearm and elbow area. Problems in the neck and shoulder can refer pain to the elbow and forearm so it is important to be evaluated  by a professional.  We do a complete analysis to be sure that we pinpoint the source of your pain.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

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  • Foot Pain

    Foot pain can have many causes but  heel or arch pain is commonly caused by  plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is caused from irritation to the fascia on the bottom of the foot.  The plantar fascia is a thick covering of tissue that supports the arch of the foot.  When it is overused, it pulls on its attachment point located on the bottom of the heel and causes pain. This is most commonly seen in runners but can become a problem in anyone that has to stand or walk a lot. Our treatment plan is to reduce adhesions in the muscles located in the foot and calf. This will allow the muscles to function normally and take the strain off of the plantar fascia.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Hip Pain

    Hip pain can be caused by a variety of issues, from adhesions to hip degeneration/osteoarthritis. The doctor’s exam will guide him to the potential pain generator, and then the surrounding muscules will be treated to help reduce joint pain.

    A common source of hip pain is femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). To learn more about FAI please watch the  video below.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

    IT Band Tendonitis 

    The IT band is a structure that originates in your hip and travels down the side of your leg across the knee. If your knee pain is located on the outside of your knee and it feels like something is rubbing every time you walk or run, you may have IT band tendonitis. The IT band helps stabilize the knee and may be overused if other structures are not working correctly.  Adhesions in any muscle crossing the knee can be the cause of IT band tendonitis. We examine every structure that crosses the knee to determine the cause of your pain.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the relevant adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Knee Pain

    Knee Pain

    Knee pain can have many different sources.  We do a full exam of the low back, hips, knee, ankle, and foot to determine the source of your knee pain. Adhesion is often the cause of knee pain. Adhesion can alter the normal motion of the knee causing pain and degeneration.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Sciatica Pain

    Sciatica is a term given to pain down the back of the leg.  Sciatica can be caused from a disc problem in the low back. Many times adhesion in the lower  back muscles will not allow the joints to move correctly. This will place increase stress on the discs and irritated the nerves creating pain down the back of the leg.

    Sciatica can also be caused by peripheral nerve entrapments. Some of the common sites for peripheral entrapment of the Sciatic Nerve can be found: 

    • Attached to the Superior Gammelus and Piriformis muscles.
    • Between the hamstrings.
    • Attached to the Adductor Mangus and hamstring muscles.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Shoulder Pain

    Shoulder pain is usually caused by a rotator cuff issue. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles that stabilize your shoulder and allow it to move properly. If your rotator cuff muscles have accumulated adhesion, it will not allow the shoulder to move properly and can lead to pain.

    Many times shoulder pain can be caused by a rotator cuff tear or degeneration. This type of pain can be relived by treating the other rotator cuff muscles. If one muscle is partially torn, the other three muscles have to make up for it.

    Muscle adhesion is the most common source of pain and stiffness, the most underdiagnosed, and the most fixable condition in the entire body.

    Terry is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider and an expert at assessing and treating adhesions. He is able to locate and break down adhesions using his hands. Reducing the adhesions will restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.

  • Neck Pain

    Neck pain can be caused from a disc injury, posture, scar tissue in the muscles, and many other sources.  It is important to have your neck evaluated to find the source of your pain.

    Many times symptoms can be felt as tingling into the arm, hand, or fingers.  Tingling is a sign that the nerve is irritated.  The nerves originate at the neck and travel down the entire arm.  We examine the entire nerve to determine where the problem is.

    Integrative Diagnosis is a complete therapy system for determining what is exactly wrong.  Once an assessment is made, the best non-invasive, hands-on treatment to remove scar tissue is Manual Adhesion Release (MAR) and Instrument Adhesion Release (IAR).  These techniques have revolutionized the treatment of muscle and tendon conditions.  Terry La Rosh, who is a level 5 Integrative Diagnosis provider is able to localize and remove scar tissue. The treatment is done exclusively with the providers hands.

    The steps to removing scar tissue are as follows:

    1. Provider uses hands to locate the scar tissue and nerve entrapments.
    2. The provider tensions the scar tissue with his hands.
    3. Patient moves the specific body part in a series of proven positions to lengthen the muscle, tendon, or nerve.
    4. Tension is generated on the scar tissue, causing it to break down and ultimately be absorbed by the body.

    This procedure can restore normal strength, flexibility, and movement, eliminating pain and improving the performance of the muscle.