Dr. Kirk Manson has been in practice for 30 years. In addition, he is an advanced chiropractor in Albuquerque, NM. This certification is a postdoctorate that allows physicians to continue their education to be able to perform procedures such as gastillo point injections, prolotherapy and IV nutritional therapies. It also allows and prescriptive authority for therapeutic and diagnostic, which improves its ability to treat patients.
Dr. Manson specializes in P pathophysiology of mmyofascial pain as a differential diagnosis and treatment of myofacial pain syndromes. Myofascial pPain syndromes, and their accompanying joint dysfunction, are the main causes of chronic pain. The diagnosis of Myofascial Pain is diagnosed by consistently applying pressure to the point of tissue or trigger, giving run reference reference pain to muscle. Myofascial Rrelease is extremely effective in treating this RA. Manson uses myofascial combination treatment, combined manipulation with myofascial release, and trigger point injections to improve movement, flexibility, and reduction of pain.
Dr. Manson had the privilege of working with Dr. Lucy Whyte-Ferguson for seven years. Dr. Whyte-Ferguson She worked with Janet Travell, MD, who developed myofascial term for chronic pain treatment and co-author of the book, “Myofascial Dysfunction and Pain: The Trigger Point Manual,” Vol. upper half of the body () November 1, 1998 by David G. Simons and Janet G. Travell).
In addition, due to his experience working with Dr. Whyte-Ferguson and his specialized knowledge of myofascial pain, Dr. Manson has helped teach in the seminars of the introductory and advanced course on myofascial pain syndrome trigger point diagnosis – Introduction and advanced seminary courses at the University of New Mexico Medical School.
717 Encino Pl. Suite # 24
Albuquerque, NM 87102