A specialist in sports-related injuries, the doctor uses a system to break down scar tissue and loosen joints and muscles for freer mobility
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Choose Between Two Options
$29 for one consultation with an Active Release Technique treatment and one adjustment (a $270 value)
$69 for the above option with three adjustments (a $510 value)
The Active Release Technique is a patented system that incorporates movement-based massage to treat muscle, tendon, ligament, fascia, and nerve issues.
After chiropractic adjustments and physical therapy helped him recoup from sports injuries, Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Durnas took up the practice himself. Today, when he’s not helping Bulls and Blackhawks players become pain-free, he’s helping others at his office with the Active Release Technique, a system of movement-based massage that elongates shortened muscles to break down the stiffness of scar tissue brought on by overuse. His techniques are varied to meet each patient’s needs, including lumber flexion distraction to relieve lower-back and neck pain.