Symptoms Guide

Migraines:  NMT is effective in reducing chronic headache pain by treating trigger points in the jaw, neck and shoulders that can contribute to and/or mimic migraine pain.

TMJ/TMD:  TMD pain, jaw clicking, teeth grinding and clenching can be alleviated with NMT treatment to both external and intra-oral jaw muscles. Learn more on Jaw and Joint disorders

Carpal Tunnel: NMT reduces entrapment of the median nerve root and alleviates pain, numbness and weakness in the wrist associated with carpal tunnel syndrome. Treatment is also applied to the neck, shoulder and proximal forearm muscles for help discerning if surgery is absolutely necessary.

Frozen Shoulder:  Frozen shoulder will recover faster with NMT treatment as part of a rehabilitation program. Trigger point removal in the twenty-plus muscles of the shoulder greatly reduces pain and improves range-of-motion.

Low back pain: Specific trigger point treatment applied to hip flexors and intrinsic spinal muscles can alleviate pain associated with low back dysfunction. NMT comprehensive approach focuses on faulty posture and movement patterns, especially in muscles crossing the hip joint

Piriformis Syndrome: Pain radiating down the legs may be due to many treatable soft tissue abnormalities and imbalances found around the pelvis. NMT treats muscles around the sciatic nerve root to alleviate entrapment and reduce muscle tensions, especially in muscles crossing the hip joint.

ITB Syndrome: Knee pain, with no history of trauma, is likely to come from muscular asymmetry or skeletal imbalances. NMT treats the TFL, gluteus maximus, quadriceps and hamstring muscle adhesions around the ITB to reduce pull and irritation at the knee insertion.

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