NeuroKinetic Therapy® & MyoFascia Release
The NeuroKinetic Therapy® method identifies and addresses the cause of pain – dysfunctional movement patterns such as from sports injuries, stress-related tension, and repetitive stress injuries – stored in the brain.
A Brief History & Explanation of NKT
NeuroKinetic Therapy was co-developed in 1985 by David Weinstock and has since gained exposure around the world. The system intends to treat both acute and chronic injuries on the spot while outlining a custom, individualized program of expercise fro the patient to practice at hoe for ongoing rehabilitation.
Dysfunctional movement and coordination problems originate in the brain. The cerebellum’s “motor control center” serves as a blueprint for movement patterns and outlines their progression from the beginning of a movement to its end. When this blue print possesses improper patterns, however, they are only reinforced through frequent, incorrect completion. Consider a runner with a knee injury; the motor control center will compensate by diverting the burden to surrounding areas of the leg. This significantly increases the risk of further injury. [excerpted from Tomas Wells’s Body Mechanic®]
Rapid Release Therapy (Vibration) may be used
- Relieves aches and pains, loosens tight muscles
- Five treatment heads to treat areas big and small
- Sessions take just minutes
- Treatments are gentle and relaxing
- Results are often felt immediately