R3 exists to change the way health care is done by using a comprehensive approach to resetting posture, regenerating tissue and joint health, and restoring optimal movement. This approach relieves pain and restores quality of life.
We’ve finally created a system designed to not only fix pain and physical limitation but also address the underlying concerns causing those recurring issues.
As you can see, the traditional approach to rehabilitation is designed to cover up the pain and hope it doesn’t come back. This is typically done with recovery methods, pain medication, and surgeries that may or may not help. With the R3 method, we don’t just temporarily relieve pain; we determine the cause of the issue and fix underlying issues causing the pain.
Reset: Our bodies are always striving to maintain homeostasis and maintain balance. Whether it’s posture, blood pressure, blood acidity, gut health, or any other vital bodily function, our bodies are always regulating and changing in order to keep these levels within a certain range. A reset is a term we use in the rehabilitation and fitness industries for a strategy to bring the body back to “normal”. A reset can be a chiropractic adjustment, manual therapy/massage, corrective exercise, or maybe even an elimination diet. Specific testing can help identify what needs to be reset and what doesn’t allowing our bodies to function optimally at all times.
Restore: Restoring foundational movement is the best way to make certain the body operates correctly and ensure that pain and dysfunction don’t come back. Chronic pain is typically caused from compensations in the body. Now that we’ve fixed the injured area, we need to fix the compensations that caused the pain. Our goal at R3 is to rebuild your movements, making them as close as possible to your childhood movements. We use developmental kinesiology to retrain movement the same way you learned it as a child. This natural way of developing movement is great to revisit; it’s the foundation of how we retrain you to move well again.