Fairview Chiropractor | Fairview chiropractic care | NC | Rapid Release

2 Fairview Hills Drive
Fairview, NC 28730

   Edward Reilly, DC

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Rapid Release


Modern Pain Relief and Range of Motion Restoration

Rapid Release Therapy is a breakthrough in therapeutic technology

Many types of chronic pain have been identified, however many with chronic pain do not have a clinical diagnosis from their doctor. Scar tissue is frequently the culprit in this un-diagnosed pain. Repetitive motion, injury and surgery can result in the formation of scar tissue. Since there are no blood vessels that nourish this fibrotic tissue, it dies, becoming rigid and inflexible, impinging nerves and impairing normal movement. These are also known as adhesions.

RRT’s Scar Tissue Therapy targets brittle scar tissue with the shearing force of planar waves that resonate with scar tissue. This has many benefits including what we believe to be a method to quickly and painlessly break up scar tissue.

Scar Tissue Therapy is focused on relief of soft tissue problems

These soft tissue problems affect nerves, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Some conditions caused by scarring of soft tissue are:

  • Muscle Spasms, TMJ
  • Tendonosis, Tennis elbow
  • Trapped nerves, Adhesions
  • Range of motion
  • Neuromaas and Adhessions
  • Shoulder, Ankles and Neck
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Contractures


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How it Works


When compression waves enter the body, they generate planar waves which generate a shearing force(Red and Blue) perpendicular to the propagation direction(black). This shearing force flexes and breaks up the brittle scar tissue lattice but doesn’t harm healthy supple tissue.

The Rapid Release Technology Company has experimented with frequencies used by RRT including the use of high speed video shot at 2000 frames/second to determine the optimum resonant frequency for maximum effectiveness. Scar tissue absorbs energy at its resonant frequencies, efficiently fascilitating its dissolution.


RR’s high speed, short stroke and arc motion are keys to its effectiveness as well as lack of any observed negative side effects.

Arc motion creates tension on the tissue because before it rebounds, the next strike tugs at it again. The combined effects of the shearing force of the planar waves with the tissue under tension magnifies the benefits effects. The 2mm stroke is key to optimizing the energy released into the tissue at this frequency, yielding just enough energy for the intended results without any observed negative side effects.