Attention Back Pain Sufferers
ATM2 Therapy or Active Therapeutic Movement Exercises is one of the newest techniques in chiropractic today. The Active Rehabilitation System is a revolutionary new treatment option that can help you experience dramatic, and immediate pain relief in your back, pelvis, as well as inproving your posture or helping reduce pain from a scoliosis. Many of our patients experience significant pain relief from the ATM2 on their very first visit.
The ATM2 device is a vertical (upright) treatment table that has three sets of belts. These specialized belts allow you to be supported safely while the specific body areas causing you pain are comfortably compressed and positioned. Therapy with the ATM2 should never cause pain or discomfort.
Within minutes of using the ATM2, your painful movements can become completely pain-free! Once Dr. Hager has found the pain-free movement, he then adds a resistance exercise. Because ATM2 treatments are done in an upright, weight-bearing position, the beneficial physical changes are long lasting. The theory behind Active Therapeutic Movement is that the resistance exercise educates your Central Nervous System to learn a new, "better" (pain-free) way to use your muscles . Our goal is help you regain a healthy life, enjoy your daily activities and feel good once and for all!!!
ATM2 treatments only take a few minutes, but they consistently provide immediate and long lasting pain relief. This is an amazing alernative to epidurals, harmful muscle relaxers or even surgery. Call today for a complimentary consultation.
Outcomes to Expect
For Pain Patients (Chronic & Acute)
- Pain elimination during the session
- 50%-100% lasting pain relief and/or increase in pain-free ROM immediately after the session
- Suitable for almost all common back, neck, shoulder, knee, pelvis, and hip pain patients
For Posture Patients
For Scoliosis Patients
- The results of an ongoing study have been quite promising that the ATM2™ is effective in not only helping to decrease pain and increase range of motion (ROM) but also significantly improve the posture and appearance of the spine in one who has scoliosis.