Dallas Based Clinic Eliminates Need For Tommy John Surgery While Increasing Pitch Speed

Dallas Peak Performance Has Successfully Eliminated The Need For Tommy John Surgery In 14 Cases in 10 Months While INCREASING Pitch Speed, Using Its Patented ARP Wave Technology and Proprietary Protocols.
DALLAS - May 15, 2014 - PRLog -- The growing epidemic for the need for Tommy John Surgery might have found its match. Addison, Texas based Dallas Peak Performance and Rehab (www.PeakPerformanceAndRehab.com) has successfully rehabbed 14 straight cases of baseball players slated for Ulner Collateral Ligament Reconstruction or better known as Tommy John surgery. They have done so using the patented ARP Wave device and proprietary protocols, a system of neurological soft tissue rehab that treats the origin of the symptom rather than where the symptom has ended up.

“What people need to realize is where you feel pain or are injured is not where it is coming from, ever. Somewhere a muscle or muscles are not absorbing force and this arises from a neurological disconnect. What’s that mean? It means that the signal being sent by the brain for that muscle to turn on fast enough to absorb force is not getting through, and this is due to sodium potassium leakage. When this occurs that force is sent to areas of the body not meant to absorb force, hence causing damage to the ulner collateral ligament. Until the muscles meant to absorb this force is treated, all the Tommy John surgeries in the world will not fix the problem because that force will STILL be sent to the ulner collateral ligament. With the ARP Wave system and proprietary protocols, we are able to locate this neurological disconnect, turn the muscle back on so to speak, transfer the force away from ligament to the muscle and in the process vastly accelerate healing, to the point our players are back in 2 weeks as opposed to 6+ months. Thus the reason for our success in eliminating the need for Tommy John Surgery”, DPP Managing Partner Mark McClure stated.

More than that, DPP claims, is several pitchers have seen their pitching velocity increase 2 to 4 MPH or more only days after finishing the treatment. Many hitting the low 90’s after years of hovering the in the mid to high 80’s.

“Absolutely there is an increase in pitching speed. No question. We have gone in, cleaned up the scar tissue, got the muscle firing on all cylinders again and more importantly neurologically retrained them to move correctly again without compensatory actions. That’s part of the treatment. In those 20 sessions, we are getting them out of pain, cleaning up the scar tissue near the long head of the biceps tendon, outer bicep region and other hot spots, than have them do movements on the ARP device that neurologically retains them to move correctly so when they pitch there are no compensatory actions that can cause this issue again. When all of this comes together, you have a pitcher who is now better prepared neurologically and physiologically than any of his peers, can throw at a higher velocity and more importantly throw at this higher velocity for much, much longer durations of time. It’s quite remarkable what this system can do and what’s more exciting is we are not only saving seasons…we are saving careers,“ McClure added.

DPP currently counts several recent players from Texas Tech, University of Texas, Baylor University, Texas A&M, Chicago Cubs and more national and regional teams throughout.

"Look, what we say sounds to good to be true. It really does. So we have the player come in, do a complimentary session and 1 hour later the results speaks for hemselves. We have them do a throwing motion right after the session and they see a decrease in pain of about 80-90% in most cases. At that point we tell them every session feeds of the last and in 20 sessions they will be back on the field stronger and throwing harder than ever before. But try us for a free session and see for yourself," McClure ended.

To learn more about how you can avoid Tommy John Surgery go to www.PeakPerformanceAndRehab.com or call 972-764-5115,

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