Staker Chiropractic Center of Cary
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Dr. Staker explaining active release of the psoas muscle, which when tight can contribute to pelvic dysfunction and low back pain.
Dr. Schemmel demonstrating active release of the trapezius muscle, commonly contributing to neck and upper back pain.
Dr. Staker demonstrating active release of the QL muscle, often found to have myofascial adhesion contributing to low back pain.
Plantar Fascia- Active Release
Dr. Schemmel demonstrating active release for plantar fasciitis.
Iliotibial Band Syndrome- ART
Dr. Staker demonstrating treatment of IT Band syndrome, which is often found in conjunction with pelvic dysfunction.
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis-ART
Dr. Staker demonstrating treatment of rotator cuff strains, the most common type of shoulder condition. ART works great at resolving this!
Dr. Schemmel demonstrating treatment of the infrapatellar tendon that commonly gets irritated in runners, cyclists, and dynamic sport athletes.