Also called trigger point myotherapy, this technique consists of alternating levels of concentrated pressure on areas of muscle spasm.
The therapist applies pressure with fingers, knuckles, or elbows, with pressure remaining constant for ten to thirty seconds. This form of massage therapy is generally the most effective type for low back pain, and is recognized by the American Academy of Pain Management as an effective treatment for back pain caused by soft tissue injury (such as muscle strain).
Neuromuscular Therapy examines six physiological factors that may create or intensify pain patterns.
These six factors are:
Neuromuscular Therapy will be used to address five elements that cause pain:
Please talk with your massage therapist to see if Neuromuscular Therapy would be beneficial for you.
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10:00 am to 8:00 pm
William F. Neckman, LMT, NMT