Rapid Release Therapy

Rapid Release Technique

Scar Tissue forms in the body as a temporary patching mechanism for wounds caused by surgery, trauma or repetitive stress.  This scar tissue is made from collagen just like our skin but without blood supply it dies, dries out, constricts and becomes brittle.   Scar tissue fastened to tissues not normally connected, is called an adhesion.  Adhesions can spread, entrapping nerves, causing pain and numbness or limiting range of motion.  Un-diagnosed pain and restricted mobility are likely to be caused by these adhesions.


Rapid Release Therapy is focused on relief of muscle and joint pain, caused by scar tissue adhesions. It uses targeted high speed vibration to deliver compression waves to the muscles and joints. It uses the optimum frequency along with a short 2 mm stroke, resulting in a powerful yet gentle therapy that treats injured as well as aging joints. It is completely safe, fast, painless and long-lasing.


Shearing forces are generated when a compression wave passes through a solid. The Red and Blue arrows denote the shear force direction and the Black Arrow the propagation direction. White is scar tissue and Green is a nerve in the inter-stitial space.


RRT has determined the optimum frequency that resonates with the scar tissue for maximum effectiveness.  With only a 2mm stroke, this therapy feels good and is completely safe.  We believe that Scar Tissue Therapy™ is the most effective way to treat painful scar tissue.  Scar Tissue Therapy is fast, painless and lasting.


Rapid Release Therapy is focused on relief of soft tissue problems affecting nerves, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Soft tissue disorders are usually a result of overuse, injury or surgery. Here is a partial list of conditions caused by scarring of soft tissue:

  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendonosis
  • muscle spasms
  • trapped nerves
  • range of motion
  • contractures
  • neuromas
  • adhesions
  • back pain
  • shoulder pain
  • ankle pain
  • headaches
  • knee problems
  • tennis elbow
  • temporomandibular joint disorder


80% Relief of Shoulder Slap Tear
Dx Ultrasound Image of Trapezoid – Before & After RRT
Avoidance of “Trigger Finger” Surgery