Hall of Fame baseball player Ken Griffey Jr. pictured with his Rapid Release units

Modern Pain Relief

Courtesy of Rapid Release Technology

Rapid Release Therapy ™ is a revolutionary breakthrough in therapeutic technology focused on relief of soft tissue problems affecting nerves, muscles, tendons, and ligaments.  RRT was designed from the ground up to target scar tissue adhesions with a specific frequency.  In addition, this frequency is in a range that is known to relax muscle guarding or spasms.  This lightweight, maneuverable Targeted High Speed Vibration device is unique and in it’s own class.

Targeting scar tissue with vibration.
Scar Tissue forms in the body as a temporary patching mechanism for wounds caused by injury, surgery, trauma or repetitive stress. This scar tissue is made from collagen just like our skin but without blood supply it dries out, constricts and de-vitalizes. Scar tissue fastened to tissues not normally connected, is called an adhesion. Adhesions can cause pain, numbness or limit range of motion.

How Rapid Release Works.
RRT relies upon the science of resonance.  Like the piano note vibrating the corresponding guitar string across the room, the target absorbs vibrational energy and oscillates.  Same principle as the opera singer who can vibrate a crystal glass across the room until it breaks.  RRT operates at a frequency over 3 times faster than the fastest competition.  Notice the symmetry of high speed compression waves through healthy tissue.  Now notice the lack of waves when RRT is put over chronic fibrous tissue.  The energy is absorbed by the denser tissue and it begins to vibrate.

Here is a partial list of conditions that may be helped by using Rapid Release Technology:

  • Joint Pain
  • Loss of joint range of motion
  • Scar tissue / prior surgeries
  • Frozen shoulders
  • Chronic joint pain
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Knee problems
  • Hip problems
  • Back pain
  • Trapped nerves
  • Muscle spasms
  • Jaw problems
  • Headaches
  • Neuromas
  • Trigger finger
  • Sports & running injuries
  • Shoulder problems
  • Ankle problems
  • Endomelviosis