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Soft Tissue Therapy
Chiropractic
Therapeutic Exercise
Functional Movement Assessment
Titleist Performance Institute
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Dr. Grant Nobles DC FMS TPI
Move Well. Move Often.

Dr. Grant is a 2012 graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic currently practicing at Kruse Chiropractic in Dakota Dunes. He takes a movement first approach to treatment, assessing movement patterns and addressing limitations and asymmetries. The body is built in a joint-by-joint fashion with alternating mobile and stabile joints in which pain will soon arise when we first lose mobility.

He utilizes different soft tissue therapies, chiropractic manipulative therapy, RockTaping, and corrective exercises to help improve outcomes.

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Dr. Grant has been trained in a number of different soft tissue therapies, focusing mostly on Graston Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), Active Release Muscle Therapy, Fascial Cupping, and Post-Isometric Muscle Relaxation.

A specialized form of soft tissue mobilization that uses a tool to help break down soft tissue adhesions, improving range of motion, decreasing pain and muscle tightness.

A form of soft tissue therapy that helps free up tissue restrictions by combining specific touch with a patient movements to restore proper function and relieve pain.

A form of alternative therapy that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction and helps facilitate healing by increasing blood flow.

A form of stretching technique that helps decrease muscle tone by incorporating a brief period of muscle contraction of the antagonist muscle.

Dr. Grant utilizes hands-on chiropractic manipulative adjustments that help improve range of motion,
body mechanics, decrease pain, and improve overall performance.

The key to maintaining functional movement is to first figure out your compensation patterns through an assessment. Once the movement dysfunctions have been found, an individualized corrective exercise plan can be made for you to help decrease chances of injury in the future.

A dynamic, clinical assessment that breaks down general movement patterns into a joint-by-joint breakdown to discover the root cause of dysfunction or pain.

Dr. Grant possesses a Level I TPI Certification in breaking down the body-swing connection. The initial assessment looks at 12 different movements that looks at mobility and stability faults in the golf swing. A corrective exercise program can then be formulated to help you improve these movement faults, helping decrease chances of injury and improve performance.

Dr. Grant and the team at Thrive Fitness have also put together a group of golf fitness templates for different fitness levels. We recommend getting assessed first to make sure we put you down the best fitness path for success.

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