Beat Pain at its own game with Erik Dalton’s 65 sports therapy, structural integration and pain management techniques for relieving chronic muscle spasm caused by joint blockage. Follow Dalton’s two-step protocol for assessing and correcting painful shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands.
Disk 1: Joint mobilization routines for fibrotic joint capsules, ligaments and muscles
Disk 2: Deep tissue, muscle energy and neuro-receptor techniques for torn tendons and nerve impingement syndromes.
Beat Pain At Its Own Game… with Erik Dalton’s two-step protocol for correcting chronic shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand pain:
Clinical orthopedic joint mobilization routines for fibrotic joint capsules, ligaments, and muscles.
Deep tissue, muscle energy, and neuroreceptor bodywork techniques for torn tendons and nerve impingement syndromes.
Learn practical & innovative bodywork soft tissue therapy for:
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Injuries
De Quervain Syndrome
On disk one, Dr. Dalton demonstrates a variety of PNF and massage techniques to mobilize all restricted barriers in ROM of the sternoclavicular joint, acromioclavicular joint, glenohumeral joint, distal and proximal radiocarpal joints, interosseous membrane and scapulothoracic joint. During his examination, Dr. Dalton takes a biomechanical approach, looking for tissue abnormality, asymmetry and motion restrictions. Next, he reviews specific conditions that are seen commonly in practice, such as thoracic outlet syndrome, supraspinatus tendonitis, subdeltoid bursitis, subscapular tendonitis and bicipital tendonitis. When treating for these painful regions, he quite often moves beyond the joint of complaint and restores function in neighboring tissues.
Disk two focuses on the elbow and wrist, ending with the treatment of a patient presenting with a frozen shoulder. He reviews various elbow conditions, such as tennis elbow, golfers elbow and ulnar entrapment. For the wrist, he presents his approach toward the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, Dequervain’s syndrome and trigger finger. The frozen shoulder demonstration that ends this section of the disk involves a number of unique procedures to improve muscle and capsular mobility. Review from Chiropractic Today