A natural solution to pain

groupNeuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is the ideal therapy for people looking for a natural solution to pain. It’s the kind of therapy you turn to when you’re unwilling to take pain lying down.

Pain strikes people from many walks of life, from athletes to office workers. Whether you’re a pro soccer player nursing a knee injury or a computer jockey fighting neck and upper back pain, NMT can help to restore balance to your body and flexibility to your muscles.

It works well in conjunction with medical and chiropractic care, physical therapy and rehabilitation, pain management, sports activities, and personal training.

Neuromuscular therapy is effective for many soft tissue pain problems including back and neck pain, headaches including migraines, hip and shoulder pain, numbness and tingling in the arms or legs, and the soft tissue aspects of fibromyalgia syndrome.

Chronic Pain is the problem and structural balancing is the solution

It’s also quite effective at improving dysfunctional posture patterns that, if uncorrected, can cause eventual degeneration of the joints.  Neuromuscular therapy has also been clinically effective for a wide range of other related conditions.

What is Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS): A medical term which describes muscle pain or inflammation.

Myofascial pain is a condition that affects the fascia (or connective tissue) which covers the muscle. It can involve either a single muscle or a group of muscles.  Trigger point therapy is often used to treat pain syndromes. It involves massaging areas where myofascial pain originates. Pain syndromes may develop from a muscle injury or from repetitive strain on a muscle, ligament or tendon.

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Other issues that cause them:
Injury to spine or disc
Repetitive use
Medical issues such as stomach, heart, or lung disease

How are Pain Syndromes Diagnosed?
Trigger point testing can identify the syndrome when pressure is applied to a referred pain area of the person’s body.

How are Pain Syndromes treated?
Physical therapy
Massage therapy
Injections at the Trigger Point site
Combinations of all of the above

For whatever pain syndrome you may experience, most everyone agrees that neuromuscular therapy aids recovery time and helps relieve pain associated with:

Back Pain
Bulging Disc
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
High Blood Pressure
Muscle Spasms
Neck Pain
Nerve Entrapment
Piriformis Syndrome
Plantar Fasciitis
Pronator Teres Syndrome
Range of Motion
Restless Leg Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Scar Tissue
Sleep Disorders
Spinal Stenosis
Sports Injuries
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Disclaimer: The information found through out this website is for educational purposes only, please contact your physician for questions about your health.