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Service:Neuromuscular Therapy - 60 change

Neuromuscular Therapy is a system of soft tissue manipulation techniques that balance the nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and nerves) with the structure of the musculoskeletal system. NMT considers five principles that cause pain:

1. Postural distortion - muscular imbalance resulting from the body's movement off the coronal, midsagittal, and horizontal planes in attempts to compensate for the pull of gravity.
2. Biomechanical dysfunction - musculoskeletal imbalance caused by habitual faulty movement or repetitive strain.
3. Soft Tissue causes of these patterns and presenting pain conditions - Ischemia - lack of blood flow to soft tissues which typically cause sensitivity to touch.
4. Trigger points - rapid firing of nerve impulses into areas of the body which may be far from the actual site of pain.
5. Nerve compression or entrapment - pressure on a nerve from bone, cartilage, or soft tissue. Nerve entrapment is the most common type of pain and always causes ischemia.

Staff: No preference, Mellody Waurig, Jeanne Marie Auger, Leah Warder
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