Fort Worth, TX | 817-346-6656

Robert E. Irvin D.O. -  Orthotics | Fort Worth, TX

Enduring relief of Chronic pain

without medications, injections, surgery or maintence care.

"Having had polio (infantile paralysis) as a child in 1933, my left leg and shoulder became slightly lower than the right, and as I grew to adulthood, I gradually developed a curvature of the spine, causing my left foot to turn out as I walked.

 

However, with "lifts" added to my left shoe, leveling my shoulders, I was able to walk satisfactorily from the age of 10 until my mid-60's, when I began to develop increasing pain in my back and left shoulder, and my progression of shoe-lifts were no longer addressing the problem. By the time I was 75, my pain was severe, and I had reached the point of considering a wheel chair.

 

It was then I had the good fortune to discover Dr. Robert E. Irvin, D.O., and through an ongoing series of X-rays that allowed him to "measure" my skeletal dysfunction, he prescribed an ongoing series of shoe adjustments, and together with his extraordinary hands-on manipulation, he steadily transformed my body.

 

Now, three years later, my shoulders and hips are virtually level, and despite the fact that my left shoe has a considerable amount of "build-up," my foot no longer pronates to the left, and I am walking with greater balance and ease than I could ever have imagined.

 

Any minor discomfort I may have incurred due to the complexity of progression during Dr. Irvin's treatments, and/or shoe "corrections" has only led to a greater stability, and thus far, I have never regressed. By and large, my overall course has been routinely forward and positive due to Dr. Irvin's insight and exceptional facility of bodily manipulation."

 

— J.G.S.

Post Polio Gait and Pain:

Get enduring relief from chronic pain without medications, injections, surgery or maintenance care.

"When I noticed my eighteen month old daughter was falling more frequently than would be expected, I brought the matter up with my family doctor. He referred me to Dr. Irvin, then working at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Clumsiness in Gait:

"For much of my life I have experienced chronic pain with my back, neck, and head. When I would seek medical help, I would be sent home with a "clean bill of health," and no answers for my pain. This chronic pain reached a point of affecting everything. Walking was difficult. I was losing the ability to write and to hold onto objects such as a pan of brownies or a container of milk. I could no longer sing or paint.

 

Because of severe headaches, my thinking was greatly impaired. My children would have to "help" me drive by watching for stop lights and telling me when to turn. I was unable to be the mother and wife I had wanted to be. The pain became so great I could only focus on getting through minute by minute. I began to lose hope.

 

I was finally diagnosed with temporomandibular joint syndrome (T.M.J.S.). However, conventional treatments did not stop the pain or the deterioration of the quality of my life. A cranial-sacral therapist who was helping me to rehabilitate after T.M.J. surgery recognized my skeletal and muscular dysfunction as being a major problem to my T.M.J. recovery and put me in contact with Dr. Irvin.

 

Because of Dr. Irvin's care and treatment, my quality of life has increased dramatically. Severe chronic pain is no longer an issue. I am an active participant in the lives of my children and my husband. I have also been able to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a teacher, and will begin my 4th year of teaching third grade. I have even been able to further my art endeavors and have participated in my first art show.

 

Dr. Irvin's successful treatment for my skeletal and muscular dysfunction has resulted in giving me back my life."

 

— R.D.

Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome:

Dr. Irvin has been in this field since 1980 and is currently practicing in Fort Worth, TX. Call us at

817-346-6656

At our first meeting, Dr. Irvin watched as my daughter walked down a long hall and back. His assessment from that brief visual exam was that my daughter's right leg was an eighth of an inch shorter than the left. He put a lift in her shoe and within a week she was no longer falling."

 

— C.A.D.

Chronic Pain