We offer results no other clinic in the state of Wisconsin can match. Many of our patients have had their injuries for more than 6 months and have tried multiple therapies before finding themselves in our office. Here's how we deliver amazing results for our patients:
We aren't a cookie-cutter "we treat anybody" operation, we fix specific types of injuries. Due to this, we aren't for everyone, so we want to talk to you to see if it sounds like you have what we can fix. We want to know about you-- your job, your family, your hobbies, and EVERY detail about your injury. If you qualify, we move on to an exam. If not, we kindly make a suggestion of where you should seek care instead.
Our exams are tailored to our patients' symptoms that they told us about in the consultation. We check our patients' neurological status, perform functional assessments, palpate your tissues to assess their health, and test your strength. The more data we collect, the more accurate we can be with our diagnosis
The consultation and exam information give us all the information we need to develop a detailed diagnosis and care plan. We explain where the root cause of your injury is, what likely caused it, and how we are going to get you healthy again. Once we have this information, all that is left is executing the game plan we created.
With our game plan in tow, now we have to fix you! Each treatment appointment takes 15 minutes and includes reviewing your history since you last saw us, a pre-treatment functional assessment of the injured area, either Manual Adhesion Therapy, Instrument Adhesion Therapy, or Pressure Wave Therapy (depending on which is more appropriate for the injured tissue), and a post-treatment functional assessment to monitor the progress treatment made. After treatment, we educate you on how to stop the injury from happening again with ergonomic tips, exercises, or a number of other things.
The start of care plans requires more frequent appointments with us, but as patients improve we need (and want) to see them less. We taper appointments from twice a week, to once, to 2 weeks to 4 weeks. If a patient can go four weeks without losing function we know we have properly managed their load and fixed their injury.