Pain is defined as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage.
Pain can be influenced by multiple stressors to your nervous system. These can be biomechanical, biochemical (diet/nutrition), and/or emotional.
These stressors can cause your nervous system to become sensitive. When your nervous system becomes too sensitive, pain can result.
We aim to help decrease these stressors whether they are related to biomechanics, diet/nutrition, or emotional stress.
We specialize in techniques to figure out how painful areas in your body relate to other dysfunctional muscles, tendons, ligaments, organs, and receptors that may be far removed from the site of pain.
Utilizing a combination of muscle testing, neurological resets, soft tissue treatment, chiropractic manipulative therapy, breathing exercises, specific rehabilitative exercises, and nutritional advice, we can help you decrease stress to your nervous system.
We will connect the dots by looking at your past history and current complaints to develop a treatment strategy. Our goal is getting to the highest priority dysfunction.
The clinical audit process is test, treat, retest. We utilize muscle testing to communicate with your nervous system. You can feel and see when the connection is offline and then experience the reset after the treatment.
Not every tight muscle needs to be released. There are many reasons why a muscle may become tight and many times, it may just be weak. If the problem keeps coming back, it’s probably coming from somewhere else.