Suffering paralysis or limited mobility after a stroke?
Trouble regaining full function following an injury?
Do you lack coordination or balance?
Been told you have poor posture?
Muscle weakness from recent surgery?
Persistent inflammation from a vehicle accident or trauma?
Suffer from chronic pain?
Many people have found that Muscle Reactivation is the solution to these issues. For traumatic brain injuries and strokes, Muscle Reactivation is used together with Brain Integration Technique to restore full neuro-muscular function.
Don’t wait to get help immediately following any injury. You don’t have to live with physical limitations! Contact me today!
Sports injuries, concussions, surgeries, or even strokes often result in what we call “offline muscles”. An “offline muscle” is a muscle that is not sending or receiving messages from the brain any longer because the signal is either completely blocked from being transmitted or is weakened. In this situation, the individual can suffer from poor coordination or weak muscle tone, inflexibility, chronic pain or loss of balance. “Off-line” muscles also negatively affect specific organs which are physiologically connected in their functions. When a signal from the brain to the muscle becomes compromised for any reason, the affected muscle will cease to function and other muscles surrounding it will overcompensate causing further imbalances and injuries.
Help is available!
Muscle Reactivation therapy re-connects the pathways and brings appropriate nerve stimulus to the muscle. Even without any previous history of trauma, some muscles may inadvertently just be offline, causing poor coordination. Muscle Reactivation enhances performance in all areas of gross and fine motor skills. This technique is especially recommended for all athletes to perform at their full potential and to gain an edge over the competition. Together with Brain Integration, you will perform academically and physically to the best of your genetic potential.
Muscle reactivation therapy is not muscle manipulation or physical therapy. In my practice I utilize painless neuro-muscular re-education techniques which activate muscles, tendons and ligaments. Offices are located in Scottsdale and Tempe, Arizona for your convenience. For your convenience our office offers onsite team treatments by special arrangement.
Other clients have suffered and found relief with Muscle Reactivation
I suffered a stroke at age 46 and I assumed that my muscle weakness and partial paralysis were just something I had to live with. I had gone through conventional physical therapy and done all of the right things to heal, but I still wasn't quite there. My uncle had heard about brain integration in another state and mentioned it to me.
I researched it and after speaking with Diane, I decided to give it a try. It wasn't an instant fix, but she was persistent and gradually the signal to my arm returned and the numbness down my leg, that gave me an odd gait subsided.
I can now walk normally and have almost full function in my body again. I know one day I will be 100% and I'm excited to see the improvements following each session. I'm so glad I didn't give up and just live with my limitations! I would highly recommend everyone do this.
- Mark (Phoenix, AZ).
Enhance your athletic performance by improving strength, flexibility, coordination, gross and fine motor skills!