The Johnson Protocol

Dr. Johnson developed this muscle strengthening protocol after his son was injured while playing soccer.

The following are additional therapies to Dr. Johnson’s primary 4-point therapy program that might be used to help you to heal faster!

A: Rapid Release Therapy
Removing Scar Tissue Adhesions!

Scar tissue forms in the body as a temporary patching mechanism for wounds caused by surgery, trauma or repetitive stress. Scar tissue is connecting tissue not normally connected and they are called adhesions. Adhesions can spread, entrapping nerves causing pain or numbness and limiting range of motion. Undiagnosed pain and restricted mobility are likely to be caused by these scar tissue adhesions.

Scar Tissue Therapy
The Rapid Release Therapy or RRT targets painful adhesions using resonance. RRT has determined the optimum frequency for maximum effectiveness. Our frequency also triggers the Tonic Vibration Reflex or TVR. This frequency is well known to instantly relax muscle guarding, cramps and spasms. RRT is unique in the above properties as it operates many times faster than other therapeutic devices, and it feels great too.

Scar Tissue therapy is focused on relief of soft tissue problems caused by adhesions such as:

  • Knee Pain (specifically the muscles that support the knee as stated above)
  • Ankle and Foot pain
  • Hip pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Elbow and wrist pain
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Tendonosis
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Trapped Nerves
  • Range of Motion
  • Contractures
  • Neuromas
  • Back Pain
  • Headaches
  • TMJ
  • Tennis Elbow

B: PNRT or Peripheral Neuropathy Rehab Therapy:
PNRT is used to stimulate the large nerves in the feet and hands (LDAs) at 7.83 HZ (the specific frequency of the nerve) in order to gently “wake-up” the nerves.

C: Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression (NSSD):
NSSD might be indicated in some cases of chronic pain and/or peripheral neuropathy because of the nerves coming off of the lower back being impinged. Dr. Johnson will address NSSD on an individual basis with each patient.

We help a LOT of chronic pain and/or peripheral neuropathy patients in our office and if we accept you as a patient, it is because we sincerely feel that we can help you too.