Jason N. Gross, D.C.

2401 Callender Rd Ste 117
Mansfield, TX 76063

Jason N. Gross, D.C.

2401 Callender Rd Ste 117
Mansfield, TX 76063

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Chase complains of pain in the front of his hip, especially when lifting his knee. This is a classic hip flexor issue. In this video I perform some myofascial release of the tightness by mashing the muscle, then taking it through its range of motion from short to long. If you’re having issues with this and would like a really effective way to stretch it, PM me. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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This gentleman has numbness and tingling in his right first three and a half digits (thumb, index finger, middle finger, and lateral half of ring finger). In my experience super tight scalenes, muscles behind the collarbone, are a frequent culprit of this symptom. The nerve responsible for grip strength and sensation over the fingers mentioned above passes deep to these muscles. I performed some myofascial release of these muscles before and after the adjustment. The #adjustment is purely meant to maximize range of motion of a restricted joint, which is a genetic requirement for joint health. The reason #chiropractic is so effective is because of its ability to improve segmental joint mobility. Here, I adjust the lower portion of the neck to eliminate the restriction there. Shortly after, the patient IMMEDIATELY had less tenderness over the motion segment that was restricted. It’s NOT nerve compression, but rather lacking range of motion that causes tenderness! 📷 @andressagm_ ... See MoreSee Less

Yeah I took a screenshot of my insta story to share here. 🤷🏾‍♂️ Move well! Live well! ... See MoreSee Less

Yeah I took a screenshot of my insta story to share here. 🤷🏾‍♂️ Move well! Live well!

Kayla talks about how regular chiropractic helps us “nutty” fitness people continue toward our fitness goals. Kayla, you’re awesome! 🚲 ... See MoreSee Less

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