Non-Surgical Manual Orthopedics

Dr. McLean has studied extensively with and is an active member of the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine-US (IAOM).  This treatment approach concentrates on finding the core cause of your pain and dysfunction.  With proper musculoskeletal diagnosis appropriate treatments can often include non-surgical approaches or help make your surgical repairs more successful throughout recovery and rehabilitation.  Dr. McLean has joint specific training through the IAOM in the Elbow, Knee, Hip, Shoulder, Wrist and Hand; Foot and Ankle, Primary and Secondary Disc Disorders of the Lumbar and Cervical Spine.  Sadie has training on the upper extremities and Brianna is studying on the lumbar spine currently.

Joint specific treatment is utilized to speed your healing throughout your recovery.

Dr.  McLean is a Certified Graston Technique Specialist which is an instrument assisted soft tissue modality as well as full therapeutic program approach.

Dr.  McLean is an active Fascial Manipulation Practitioners. Fascial Manipulation (FM) is a method of working on movement dysfunction and providing freedom of motion through the release and dissolution of fascial densifications and tensions throughout the human fascial system.

Dr. McLean is Certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling through Myopain Seminars Janet Travell Series.

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