HOW TO SCHEDULE A MUSCLE REBOOT

People are usually interested in muscle rebooting

to address one or more of the "4 P's": 

Pain, Performance, Posture or Prevention.  

First, If you are unsure, of what you need or want, feel free to use the contact form at the bottom of each page, or call the number below.  This is a new kind of treatment for almost everyone. 

There are about 20 separately testable muscles or divisions of muscles supporting each joint. In people with pain and dysfunction, at least 20% of the muscles in the involved joint or area will be weak when tested, sometimes many more. 

This weakness, called muscle inhibition, is not the result of lack of exercise. Studies show that inhibited muscles are not corrected even with aggressive exercise and physical therapy. 

  • The visits below are timed for only for the rebooting of muscles in the selected area(s). This is usually sufficient time to "turn on" all muscles and may include time for limited symptomatic care.

  • Each area's muscles only need to be fully rebooted once. (ankle, hip, shoulder, etc), so all other care is considered symptomatic. 

  • Rebooting alone may or may not address specific symptoms. After rebooting muscles in an area, "symptom-targeted" visits, booked by time, may be needed. They can be added to the initial rebooting session or booked on another day.

 

  • Most rebooting sessions include chiropractic adjustments. 

  • With 9 major areas to treat, some on both sides, obviously there are many combinations that you might choose. Below is a list of some of the possibilities for each visit level.

How to choose a level of rebooting and make an appointment.

  1. Check out the list of body areas on the left. Note that some include treatments for only one side, and others will always treat both sides. 

  2. Then, choose a level of care according to your needs.

  3. We reserve 30 minutes to address a single area, and 45  minutes to address a double.

  4. Each additional single area added on takes 15 minutes more.  Add up the areas you want to address, and choose a time accordingly.

  5. The listing below covers some common combinations.

  6. When you make your appointment, please note the areas you will want to address and your symptoms in the comments 

  7. If you want a particular symptom addressed, check the "Symptom-Specific" box to add on more time. Please no more than 2 1/2 hours per visit though, without prior approval. 

  8. If you are a new patient, click the "New Patient" box. It adds on an extra 15 minutes for no charge.

  9. If you cannot find a time that works for you on the schedule below,  contact me for other times. 

Calf and foot -

Single group
~ 22 muscles each side

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Hip, knee, thigh

Double group (may be split into 2)
~ 36 muscles each side

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Gluteal, pelvic muscles

Single group
~ 28 muscles Both sides

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​Abdomen, mid & low back 

Double group
~ 50 muscles both sides

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Shoulder, clavicle & scapula 

Double group

~ 40 muscles each side

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Neck 

Double group 

~ 36 muscles both sides

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​Elbow and hand 

Double Group
~ 30 muscles each side

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Toes & intrinsic foot

Single group
~ 20 muscles each side

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Temporomandibular Joint (Jaw)

Single Group

~ 8 muscles both sides

 

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Dr. Robert Weissfeld

2055 S. Oneida St.

Suite 300

Denver, CO 80224

303-300-3933

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