Myofascial

RockTape
RockTape is a type of kinesio tape. Kinesio tape is a special type of adhesive tape that is placed on the body to help promote muscle function and recovery from injuries.

RockTape is the most popular form of kinesio tape because of its superior design and function. RockTape not only has an assortment of colors and designs, it is a best seller among clinicians, athletes, and consumers.

One reason why RockTape is superior is that it has a tighter weave. The fibers in the tape are denser, allowing for enhanced support for muscles and joints.

It also has more elasticity, allowing muscles to contract and relax more efficiently. This provides the “snap back” effect that you get during normal muscle use.

RockTape helps speed up recovery from injuries and enhances sports performance, and has helped millions of people around the world.

Graston Technique
The Graston Technique is essentially a type of therapy that uses instruments to assist in the mobilization of soft tissues of the body. It is a very popular technique that gives patients a great deal of relief.

The Graston Technique works by breaking down scar tissue and fascia restrictions that are created by trauma to the soft tissue. This can be the result of strained muscles or pulled tendons.

It also reduces restrictions by elongating connective tissue. This effectively changes the structure of the tissue in order to improve function.

If you are curious about The Graston Technique, please reach out to us today. We would be happy to speak with you and discuss the many benefits of this technique.

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Bountiful, Utah chiropractor Dr. Clint J. Grover specializes in headache and migraine relief and also helps people with neck pain, back pain, low back and disc issues, sciatica, carpal tunnel and a number of other problems.

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Dr. Clint J. Grover,
NUCCA Chiropractic Physician
Bountiful Spinal Care
535 W 500 S #1
Bountiful, UT 84010
(801) 335-7288

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Monday8:30am-12:00pm, 2:00pm-5:30pm
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