Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Therapy
Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Therapy (NMRT)
This is one of the commonly used techniques during our Pain Management Massage Sessions.
What is Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Therapy?
Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Therapy is a scientifically based form of massage therapy that focuses on soft tissue manipulation with the intention of rehabilitating the patient by restoring the function of the myofascial system as well nervous system. This highly effective treatment is recommended for clients who present chronic pain and is often successful in reducing or eliminating these conditions by getting to the root cause of the issue. These time-tested, hands-on soft tissue manipulation techniques are built upon a science-based foundation and guided by clinical evidence. Some of the techniques can also be applied to acute injuries and for post-surgical care, as well as recovery from athletic performance.
Our highly skilled therapists have over a decade of experience practicing Neuromuscular Therapy.
What conditions does Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Therapy treat?
Neuromuscular Therapy is used to treat chronic pain conditions, including but not exclusively: Headaches, Migraines, Scoliosis, TMJ, Whiplash, Herniated Disc Syndrome, Back Pain, Sciatica, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Hip Pain, Knee Pain, Foot Pain, Plantar Fascitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Shin Splints, Tendonitis, Muscle Spasms, Cramps and Strains, Postural Distortions, Fibromyalgia, and Trigeminal Neuralgia.
Most factors that cause pain and dysfunction can be easily grouped under three general headings of biomechanical, biochemical, and psychosocial factors, with the interface between these being profoundly related. Most practitioners apply strategies from only one of these categories, often resulting in improvement that plateaus before full recovery. However, a synergistic effect – often with significant relief – is obtained when all three categories are addressed. This may require a multidisciplinary approach.