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Simply Chiropractic & Laser Center of Fayetteville

 

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Affordable Chiropractic Care comes to Downtown Fayetteville & Sandy Springs!

New office is now opened in Sandy Springs located at 4840 Roswell Road, C100, Sandy Springs, GA 30342. 

We now offer Free MRI Review to determine if you're a candidate for Accu-Spina IDD Decompression Therapy. The most proven and researched non-surgical spinal decompression table in the industry. No other spinal decompression tables offer "Oscillation", which increases the hydration and nutrients to the injured disc, thus allowing for an 86-91% effective treatment result.

 

The Fayetteville location is at the corner of Hw 54 & Hwy 85, in Fayetteville historic area by Dunkin Donuts and next door to State Farm. Our address is: 125 Glynn Street North Suite A, Fayetteville, Georgia 30214. Call (770) 719-1917 for an immediate same day appontment! Fayetteville office hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9am-12noon, 2-6pm.  

- Our Fayetteville office provides services for United Healthcare and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Call today to schedule your immediate appointment, and no waiting weeks to be seen for your injury!

 

-No Insurance/NoWorries! We offer "Self Pay" New Patient Specials, which includes consultation/exam, and your same day adjustment. We do not require x-rays before your adjustment; however, the  doctor reserves the right at their request if your history warrants a radiological view before proceeding forward.

 

-Auto Accident  case specialist!

 

 I take great pride in offering state-of-the-art non-surgical methods of healing, and I utilize the most advanced forms of medical equipment like Accu-Spina IDD Therapy spinal decompression tables and Class IV High Powered Laser Therapy. These types of non-invasive therapies greatly speeds up the healing process of soft tissue injuries. I am constantly attending seminars and learning new ways to help health-conscious Fayetteville-area residents. Our commitment to providing you information on your injury, and explaining everything in advance is often mentioned by our delighted patients.

 

Looking for a chiropractor who offers clear explanations? Ready to get started, today? We accept liens from attorneys for treatment for auto accident cases.

 

Tour our site and call our office at (770) 719-1917 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Miller, today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Newsletter

The Graston Technique


Chiropractors practice many different methods to treat soft tissue injuries.  Soft tissue mobilization uses a hands-on technique, using massage motions on muscles and ligaments in order to break down adhesions.  An adhesion is your body’s attempt to heal a soft tissue injury that results in long strands of collagenous scar tissue. The tissue is formed to heal your body, but its fibers grow in random directions and can pull against one another.  This results in trigger points of pain and can limit the range of motion.  The Graston Technique is an instrument-assisted method of soft tissue mobilization that has seen great results from treating scar tissue.

This treatment method was developed by an amateur athlete named David Graston.  After a knee injury, he applied his background in machining to develop instruments to aid in soft tissue mobilization.  There are six specialized tools varying sizes made of stainless steel.  These instruments have concave and convex edges to help target certain areas and can be used everywhere from the back of the hands to the feet. Chiropractors use these tools on the surface of the skin in what resembles a raking motion.  This helps detect and treat areas of fibrous tissue.

The Graston technique not only helps with scar tissue, but this therapy has proven to reduce the overall time of recovery from soft tissue injuries. Repeated treatments have even helped patients find relief from the effects of the following chronic conditions:

  • Tennis Elbow
  • Shin Splints
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Achilles Tendonitis

A full treatment session using the Graston technique involves a short warm-up exercise, followed by the treatment and some light stretching.  A treatment with the Graston technique shouldn’t be painful.  Patients have described minor discomfort during treatment, and slight soreness and bruising afterward.  Stretching and icing after each treatment are recommended if discomfort continues.  The number of treatment sessions will depend on the patient and condition, but the Graston technique is a safe, non-invasive treatment for scar tissue and various soft tissue injuries.

 
 
Fayetteville, Chiropractor | Newsletter. Dr. W. Kurt Miller is a Fayetteville, Chiropractor.