Frequently Asked Questions

Company Related Questions

Q: Why is the company named, “Corrective Muscle Solutions?”

Corrective Muscle Solutions delivers an innovative, hands-on resistance approach in the treatment of chronic pain, sports injury and the most complex of movement problems. We correct the muscle problems that could not be resolved by traditional physical therapy, orthopedics, soft tissue work or chiropractic care.

Q: How long has the company been in business?

We have been doing business as CMS since 2014; yet, our experience in treatment & training goes back to 2006.

From first time exerciser to the young athlete, the powerful combination of our knowledge of human mechanics, muscular assessment and corrective skills makes our service beneficial for anyone who wants to move better, feel better and live better.

We have worked with a long list of the best and brightest from the Lake Travis area, starting with 6th graders up to the professional level. Some such names you know from the Lake Travis football world, while we also treat many of the other lesser known top prospects from golf, softball and baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball.

Q: Who can benefit from the services at Corrective Muscle Solutions?

Q: Is Corrective Muscle Solutions recommended or endorsed by a medical professional?

Corrective Muscle Solutions is endorsed by Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Grayson Moore of Legacy Bone & Joint Orthopedics, as well as being recommended by the Lake Travis High School Sports Medicine staff.

Q: What Makes Corrective Muscle Solutions Different?

Our Passion for what we do is deeply rooted into our company and every person we can positively affect.

Our Compassion for people comes from our personal experience with pain and injury. We understand you and we get it.

Our Commitment to continuing education allows us to innovate and remain at the forefront of the field.

Our Approach to the muscular system is radically different and allows us to solve problems that others cannot.

Our Priority for stability first and always makes us safer and more effective in our approach. Whether physically,  financially or emotionally, humans thrive on stability.

Our Process to learn about each and every new client and to make a mutual decision as to whether we are right for each other ensures a healthy and fruitful treatment relationship. We take the time to find out those things that are keeping you from performing at the levels you desire.

Session Related Questions

Q: How long is a session?

A standard treatment session is approximately 60 mins.

Q: What type of clothing should I wear to my session?

Flexible clothing or any athletic wear if acceptable. Wear something that will allow for easy, comfortable movement of the limbs through full range of motion.

Q: What type of footwear should I wear to my session?

All sessions are conducted without shoes. You are welcome to wear socks or go barefoot.

Your first visit will largely consist of client intake/history, evaluating the stability and mobility of the muscular system, and ultimately getting started.

The initial assessment also serves as a baseline from which to have objective measure to analyze your progress. We will discuss a plan for the work moving forward, a recommendation for frequency of sessions and a timeline toward maintenance and prevention.

Q: What can I expect from my first session?

Q: How do I get started?

Contact Lauren Frost:

  • Call or Text: 512-788-7691

  • Email:

  • Fill out “Contact Form” on Contact Page

Do I need to do anything before my first appointment?

Fill out the Intake Package & Muscle History.

Before your initial session, you must complete all appointment forms. You will be sent a link to our secure online portal to complete the intake package. Included with the forms is the muscular and medical history that we use to give your practitioner every opportunity to understand your unique needs and solve your issues. All forms MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE your scheduled appointment time.

Treatment Related Questions

Q: What conditions do you treat or have treated?

  • Back Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Pain from Scoliosis

  • Sciatica

  • Degenerative Disk Conditions

  • Hip Pain

  • Piriformis Syndrome

  • Labral Repair

  • Knee Pain

  • ACL, MCL, LCL Tear

  • Meniscus Repair

  • Ankle Sprains

  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • Traumatic Injury

  • Head Injury or Concussion

  • Jaw Pain

  • Hypermobility / Laxity

  • Pre-Surgery Preparation

  • Post-Surgery Rehabilitation

  • Joint Replacement

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Frozen Shoulder

  • Rotator Cuff Repair

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Wrist & Hand Pain

  • Trigger Finger

Q: Can you treat a concussion or other head injuries?

The short answer is YES.

At CMS, we have put in a tremendous amount of time into treating the effects of head injuries (such as concussions) on the neuromuscular system.

A single blow to the head, or an accumulation of blows to the head, can cause big disruptions in the brain centers responsible for body orientation. The result is a movement system peppered with “blindspots”that remain until actively treated.  

The effects of such head trauma can have a major impact on the muscle system for many many years. I can relate, having had head injuries as teenager, myself.

Q: Can MSA help with inflammatory muscle and joint conditions, like arthritis?

All joint movement is controlled and stabilized by muscles. Muscles stabilize joints and transfer forces through the body and into the environment. If those muscles lose the ability to contract at optimal levels, the integrity of the joint is compromised as joint stress increases due to the lack of muscle stability.

The result is the joints become irritated and inflamed. By restoring the contractile capabilities of the muscles back to optimal levels of responsiveness and strength, the health of the joint can improve as the inflammation has a chance to subside.

Arthritic conditions and joint instability can be helped or prevented when muscles are prepared to function properly. As long as the structures are intact, all that is needed is to create proper connections between the brain and the muscles.

Q: Is Muscle System Anchoring painful?

No, it is NOT painful. At most you may experience localized “muscle burn” like exercising a weak muscle, but on a much smaller scale in a smaller area. A fundamental principle of a micro progression is to be the least aggressive possible in order to get the most effective results possible in least amount of time possible.

Q: How often do I need to be treated?

With our process we start out by getting you over the initial hump in the first couple of weeks, seeing you twice per week. Then we take you to once per week, where most clients typically stay for some time. The ultimate goal is work everyone back to a maintenance dose/check-up every other week, or every 3 weeks.