Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular Therapy – also referred to as NMT, is a science by which homeostasis (balance) is brought about between the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. This system recognizes five physiological principles that create imbalance in the body and are addressed by the Neuromuscular Therapist. These five principles are: dysfunctional biomechanics, postural distortion, ischemia (lack of blood flow), trigger points, and never compression and entrapment. Supporting considerations include nutrition, elimination of waste products, hormone balance and the role that the mind plays in the health of the individual. The goal of the Neuromuscular Therapist is to help clients achieve pain-free and biomechanically correct movement patterns.

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