The MyoKinesthetic treatment is essentially a soft-tissue treatment designed to treat the nervous system, working in conjunction with your soft tissue muscular system. This, in turn, balances your posture and restores your central nervous system to the way it was. It’s used to treat pain, issues with range of motion and repetitive injury strain. This is a targeted treatment, meaning it stimulates only those muscles affected by the nerve root that’s causing the problem.
How it Works
First, MyoKinesthetic treatment must identify the core issue that is causing your pain. This is achieved through the use of a variety of techniques. Your doctor will stimulate each muscle present along that specific nerve pathway. This will tell the brain to produce modifications in response, with the end result being a creation of added balance, bigger range of motion and decreased pain.
There are many ways in which MyoKinesthetics can help you. Here are some things it can alleviate:
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Frozen Shoulder Pain
- Elbow or Knee Pain
- Rotator Cuff Issues
- Hand Pain
- Hip Pain
- Shin Splints
- Neck Pain
How MyoKinesthetics Can Help You
Many people choose massage therapy or other bodywork to achieve a reduction in pain; however, MyoKinesthetics is a simpler way to achieve your end goal. Unlike during a massage, you don’t have to undress or be covered in messy oils and creams. Treatment is quick, taking anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes — unlike a massage which typically takes up to an hour. Perhaps the best benefit of this treatment is that it directly treats the root of your problem by addressing muscle imbalance and nerve dysfunction. This leads to long-term, positive results. Not only does MyoKinesthetics alleviate your pain, it can also restore movement, mobility, function and posture.
With MyoKinesthetics, you get real results you can count on. So, if you’ve already tried massage therapy, physical therapy or acupuncture to no avail, it’s time to try MyoKinesthetics. Contact Advanced Wellness and Rehab today for a free consultation with one of our doctors. It will be our pleasure to come up with an effective pain management plan.