This section includes everything from plantar fascitis of the foot to hip pain. I will break this out later. But, the reason I wanted to keep it together is because they are so related. An Ankle subluxation ( or misalignment or fixation, whichever you prefer) will cause a rotation of the lower leg Continue Reading
Dear Dr. Burton; I wanted to thank you for teaching me that it isn’t necessary to go and get a shot of cortisone for every muscle that gives you pain. I was concerned because I woke up in the middle of the night with hip pain and walking was a challenge. We were leaving for Continue Reading
About one year ago I was diagnosed with bursitis in both hips after an MRI was taken by an orthopedic doctor. He had me go to therapy three times a week for one month and put me on 15mg of meloxicam. I continued with the exercises but after the month still experienced significant pain, especially Continue Reading
Dear Dr. Burton: I have been coming to you since February 2000. First it was because of my TMJ — which through several treatments it is now gone! Thank you very much!! Then, I pulled my groin muscle in my left leg and you helped me heal again. Now, my left shoulder, and left knee Continue Reading
In 60 days… Gone is the Skepticism Gone is the lower back pain and inability to move out of bed easily (No longer need to sleep in high leg pillows – practiced over 5 years) Gone are the knee, hip joint pains. (I can keep up with my 10,000 step walking program now) Gone Continue Reading
Through Dr. Burton’s gentle massage techniques with ART and by incorporating acupuncture, my ankle was healed and ready to run 26.2 miles at the NYC marathon.
After living with about 60 years of chronic pain, Dr. Burton has now helped me with several areas in my body.
For at least 5 years, I was unable to walk more than 10-15 minutes without sharp stabbing pains and numbness in the bottom of my feet and toes.
I have had pain and stiffness in my right knee, on and off for several years but starting over six month ago, the condition continued to worsen until I began to believe I’d be unable to walk.