Integrative Diagnosis

What is Integrative Diagnosis ® (ID)?

Integrative Diagnosis (ID) is a complete system for diagnosis and conservative treatment of muscle, joint and nerve problems.  The ID diagnostic and treatment system that was founded by Dr. William Brady in 2006 in order to help solve a very important problem.

What’s the problem?

Patient diagnosis and treatment tends to be heavily biased based on the training of the doctor/provider.

What does that mean for the patient?

The patient ends up receiving whatever treatment their doctor/provider specializes in, rather than a complete and objective assessment followed by an adaptable best fit treatment plan. This leaves success to mere chance more often than not.

Unfortunately this means the doctor becomes reliant on their one style of treatment and treats every patient the same way. Without a specific diagnosis and selected treatment to fix that problem, the doctor hopes his treatment will make enough of a difference that the patient’s happy. If not, the patient continues to search for a different doctor that might have the answer to their problem.

At Discover Soft Tissue and Spine, we have the solution.

By using the steps below as a guideline, our patients receive what they deserve – a specific treatment to fix their problem.

  • Identify tissue specific diagnosis
  • Prioritize relevant pathology and dysfunction using accurate motion assessments and screening procedures
  • Treat the top relevant pathology with a carefully selected targeted treatment
  • Use a Test-Treat-Retest method to track treatment progress from initial visit to discharge

At Discover Soft Tissue and Spine, Dr. Lambert is a Level 5 (full body) certified ID provider.  He continues to study, train, and coach under Dr. Brady in order to refine and perfect this system.  Maggie Zick, our massage therapist, is level 5 (full body) certified in the ID system as well.  To receive the results you deserve in the shortest time possible, make an appointment with us today at 616-956-1112.

Uncommon Treatment for Common Injuries

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Manual Adhesion Release (MAR)  or  Instrument Adhesion Release (IAR)