Dr. Whelton's Publications

Root Cause of Plantar Fasciitis: Three-Step Exercise Protocol

Published in peer reviewed Journal of Practical Pain Management

Root Cause of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction: Four Step Exercise Protocol

Published in peer-reviewed Journal of Practical Pain Management.

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Pain Relief with Myofascial Referral Technique

Published in peer-reviewed Journal of Comprehensive and Integrative Medicine (Please contact the journal for a copy of this paper.)

Root Cause of Sacral Torsion, Sacral Shear and Anterior Sacral Tilt

Published in peer-reviewed Journal of Practical Pain Management.

Shoulder Pain: Causation, Differential Diagnosis and Physical Therapy

Published in peer-reviewed Journal of Practical Pain Management.

Our Courses

Dr. Whelton has created a series of methods and protocols that his colleagues are simply cutting and pasting and reporting similar to same results as him now in 40 countries! Click the button below to learn more about our courses.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in my course fee?

Included items and length of access to view the webinars vary by course, but all include access to instructional videos, as well as a PDF download of the presentation used in the class. Some courses come with maps of the body.

Do you give CEUs?

Yes! We are not preapproved for CEUs. However, students will receive CEUs for most courses that can be submitted to their respective boards for approval. Most states in the U.S. allow this. Please contact us for the packet to submit after taking the course.

What condition or injuries does this work on?

This works on most musculoskeletal conditions. Dr. Whelton has identified ‘off switches’ for most pain problems in the body.

What percentage of patients do the myofascial courses work on?

Most musculoskeletal conditions as well as sciatica and cervical radiculopathy. Dr. Whelton has identified ‘off switches’ for most pain problems in the body.

How long does the pain relief last?

The effects of this treatment varies from patient to patient. Often times the results are instantaneous. On average, clinicians report patients with shoulder pain, for example, take three visits to fully relieve pain and return to prior level of function depending on the condition.

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