SRA for Physicians

Printed and Complete 3 Volume Set of SRA/SRT Treatment Charts are Now Available!

“I received the SRA/SRT Treatment Chart Books yesterday morning. I am impressed with the high quality of the work and the way they are laid out. I had four SRT sessions yesterday and was able to quickly access all the info I needed and do cross referencing. Thanks again!
— — J. Reynolds, LMT Colorado

Show your colleagues and associates where and how you want to be treated by using the most advanced nerve, muscle and joint treatment protocols available anywhere! Better still, encourage them to become trained and certified in SRA or SRT!

Designed by Dr. Frank Jarrell over 25 years of study and research, Spondylogenic Reflex Syndrome Charts include illustrated images of soft tissue therapy maps, laser therapy points, Chiropractic adjusting and sequencing, Physiotherapy soft tissue and hard tissue manipulation patterns, TrueCore spinal stabilization exercises, dermatome, sclerotome and myofascial pain charts, spondylogenic reflex symptom lists and much more!

For all Health Care Providers interested in the prevalent cause of nerve, muscle and joint dysfunction and pain, these illustrated treatment chart books are great visual aids into exploring this powerful, predictable and reproducible procedural system*.

For certified SRA/SRT providers, a set of printed treatment charts are great for review, furthering your understanding and client education. They also protect you from periodic and frustrating problems with internet access or power outages.

Each volume of the three volume set has a soft cover, full color imaging, 8.5 x 11 sizing, thick and durable paper weight with gloss finish, 175+ pages and large spiral binding for ease of use.  

Each volume can be bought individually or as a 3 Volume set and is available to all professions and educators wishing to explore the intimate relationships between the spondylogenic reflex, its pathological sequela and the fundamental zones of treatment.

SRA/SRT Treatment Charts - Volume 1

  • Biomechanics & Posture

  • Spinal Reflex Therapy (SRT)

  • Symptom Lists

SRA/SRT Treatment Charts - Volume 2

  • Reflex Ladders

  • Neuromechanics

  • Laser

 SRA/SRT Treatment Charts - Volume 3 includes:

  • Muscle Testing

  • TrueCore Stabilization

 SRA/SRT Treatment Charts - Volume 4 (coming soon)

  • Effector Target Tissue Nutrition

  • Mind-Body Correlates

* These are illustrated SRA/SRT treatment chart books and do not contain or convey assessment, diagnostics and/or treatment procedures. SRA or SRT Training and Certification programs can be purchased separately.


Prepping for a TrueCoreTM Care Plan

TrueCoreTM is a prescription only system to reset facet tracking, increase segmental movement and neurological coordination, and normalize visceral and muscle over facilitation through ocular driven segmental muscle activation.

TrueCoreTM Stabilization – Controlling the Unstable Facet Joint

SRA TrueCoreTM spinal stabilization exercises focus on intersegmental strength first, not multi-segmental or multi-regional muscle strength. Intersegmental strength focuses on four key muscles of the spine that are half muscle fibers and half mechanoreceptors. They are so small that they cannot actually move one vertebra in relation to another. Maybe muscle, not really muscle, too small to do work... Why do we even have them in the mix of paraspinal support?

“Hamstrung” by a C4R Spondylogenic Reflex

The following case study illustrates the relationship of a remote spondylogenic reflex syndrome (SRS) to pre-existing lumbar pathology, compromised spinal biomechanics, aberrant functional neurology and loss of performance in an elite athlete.

Don’t Let Them Sell You THAT Truck!

Don’t waste time and money on under-performing strategies and equipment. These simple tips have formed my patient management approach. If I invest in myself, my skills, the patient and the best tools in my trade, my ROI will always bring me Happiness.

Time to Step it Up

Think of the impression we make when our patients feel an immediate and profound improvement in their condition. I see and hear it every time I use my favorite “tool kit” to treat patients: “The doctor found my problem, understands my needs, is on the right track, can restore my life and I know others who need his or her help”. Our patients are not clueless: They know we cannot “fix” a problem in one treatment, even if we can turn it off in one visit. On the other hand, they also know that a quick start makes for a winning strategy in pain relief and wellness.


What Do a Runner, 62 Year Old Male with Chronic Foot Pain, and a 93 Year Old Female with a Rotator Cuff Tear Have in Common?

The following 3 brief case studies illustrate the variety in ages, conditions and histories of three individuals receiving Advanced SRA/SRT Treatment Protocols and their relatively universal response to this form of care. These cases also illustrate the primary reason for certification in SRA and SRT evidenced based procedures: predictable, dependable and reproducible outcomes.  

The Case of the Failing Knee: Getting Back in the Game

Knee pain is one of the most common complaints that I see in my line of work. Unfortunately, as obesity rates around the world continue to rise, knee replacement surgeries are increasing at an alarmingly high rate.

Presentation / Chief Complaint - A 45 year old male patient presents in April, 2007 with bilateral knee pain, stiffness, and right greater than left knee edema aggravated by climbing stairs and walking. Status became acutely severe whenever walking up more than one half a flight of stairs, or one half of a city block.

12 Facts on LASER Therapy That Will Save You Thousands of Dollars!

Did you know that Continuous Wave LASERs cannot deliver an effective dose greater than 2-3 watts?

Not knowing the difference in LASER products can cost you thousands of dollars in ineffective care, lost ROI, lost future income and immeasurable frustration. With that said, in this post, I will share with you 12 facts on LASER therapy that will save you thousands of dollars! 

Reclaim Your Practice from Evidence Based Medicine & Stop Being a Color Coded Monkey

Is there a better alternative to evidence based medicine?

What is it and how can it help me?

In the final article of this 3 article series, I’ll discuss a middle ground approach to make healthcare decisions – evidence based behavioral practice – and why it is more pragmatic and achievable in a clinical practice.

Chemotherapy & Parachutes – When Evidence Based Medicine Fails to Save the Day

Can we rely on evidence based medicine in all patient care? 

How does our reliance on it hurt our outcomes?

In part 2 of this 3 article series, I’ll explore the limitations of evidence based medicine through two examples: chemotherapy medications and parachutes.

Evidence Based Medicine – Keep It in Perspective

Do you use evidence based medicine on a regular basis in your practice?

What are its limitations and how do they affect you?

Evidence based medicine is often controlled by third party bias. Is this bias controlling your practice? In part 1 of this 3 article series, you’ll discover what the limitations of evidence based medicine are and why.

Embrace Your Curiosity: Behind the Scenes of Spinal Reflexes

What questions do you have about Spinal Reflex Therapy, Spinal Reflex Analysis, and Spinal Reflex Institute? Now is your chance to ask them. Many of our visitors have asked questions through our contact form and we want to thank each of you. So that others may read your questions and comments and all responses, I encourage whomever to join the SRI Blog and ask as many questions about SRA and SRT as you wish. I am sure others are wondering about similar topics and we will answer each of them.

The One Solution to Pain Management Every Practice Is Missing

Hello, my name is Dr. Frank Jarrell. Welcome to the SRI Blog. As the SRI family of educational services and products matures into a set of standardized solutions for healthcare professionals, there are many questions to be asked and many answers to be shared about spondylogenic reflex syndromes (SRS).