The Fix is particularly beneficial for patients with chronic pain lasting longer than three months, and for rehabilitation from acute injuries or surgeries after the initial recovery period. The Fix is also effective for patients who want to avoid surgery or use an active, functional approach to recovery. The Fix has been tested, researched, and proven safe, effective, and adaptable for patients of all ages and abilities.
Patients who have not had the success they expected after spine surgery, may continue to experience pain and reduced function. The Fix has successfully helped many FBSS patients regain function and reduce pain, despite the poor surgical outcome.
A neurosurgical or orthopedic surgical technique that joins two or more vertebrae.
This procedure involves bone grafting and often additional hardware, such as screws, plates, or cages. Spinal fusion changes the normal motion of the spine and results in more stress on the vertebrae above and below the fused segments.
As a result, long-term complications include degeneration at these adjacent spine segments. The Fix has experience working with soldiers who have extensive fusions, spine cages, and vertebral replacements. We use that experience to help patients regain confidence with their new hardware and return to sports and an active lifestyle.
The removal of a limb by trauma, medical illness, or surgery.
Postoperative management of this surgical procedure should include maintenance of limb strength and joint range. At The Fix, we are comfortable working with amputees. Our founder was trained at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and rehabbed multiple amputees, having spent 10 years in direct combat support.
A disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, in addition to issues with sleep, memory, and mood.
While there is no cure for this condition, low-impact activities that build endurance, strength, and function can help patients improve. The Fix has helped multiple patients with fibromyalgia gain strength, endurance, confidence, and function.
Inflammation of one or more joints, causing pain and stiffness that can worsen with age.
Treatment focuses on relieving symptoms and improving joint function. Exercises and therapy can improve range of motion and strengthen the muscles surrounding joints. The Fix has helped patients scheduled to have joint surgery avoid it and return to an active lifestyle.
Physical discomfort occurring anywhere on the spine or back, ranging from mild to disabling, and lasting longer than three months.
The Fix reduces back pain by desensitizing the central nervous system and recalibrating the brain’s response mechanism. The Fix has successfully helped many patients with chronic back pain avoid surgery, reduce medications, improve sleep, and enjoy their life to the fullest.
A disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement and could include tremors.
The Fix uses functional movement to stimulate the production of dopamine and serotonin to help improve rhythm and gait.
A condition that occurs when an injury, infection, or other issue affects your brain’s ability to communicate with your muscles and organs, often causing weakness, numbness, and pain.
The Fix uses intense, three-dimensional exercises that are proven to accelerate nerve growth and regeneration, ultimately decreasing nerve pain sensation.
The Fix helps post-COVID patients increase endurance and return to fitness under the professional guidance of a licensed physical therapist.