Neurokinetic Movement Therapy
Neurokinetic movement therapy is a sophisticated bodywork system that can be used as an assessment and rehabilitative technique for issues such as low-back pain, neck pain, carpal tunnel and other injuries. People are assessed using a number of techniques that look at how efficiently and effectively the body is able to perform a movement or action. This assessment allows the practitioner to build a picture of how well the body is working and guides them on where to start looking to identify the source of the problems to then treat it and prevent any reoccurrences.
Neurokinetic movement therapy can be used to trace and successfully treat many problems from chronic ankle instability and sacroiliac (SI) joint problems to golfer’s elbow through identifying and resolving why someone may have developed spinal disc problems to why someone may constantly grind their teeth and have chronic jaw joint problems.
This technique is particularly good for:
- People who have unexplained or recurring problems, particularly long-standing issues that might have persisted for years or even decades.
- Those who are interested in identifying the source of a problem and would like a better understanding of how the body works.
- Active individuals who keep experiencing recurring injuries or problems or those who have hit a plateau in their recovery or rehabilitation.
What to expect…
Your initial consultation or appointment will be 1 hour 30 minutes and follow-up sessions are typically 1 hour. This is to allow enough time to go through the history of your problem thoroughly. We are interested in every accident, surgery, significant bump to the head, and car accident etc. because your body can still store issues or be protecting unknown issues from old injuries or those that seemed relatively minor at the time.
These sessions are very interactive so please come wearing loose fitting, non-restrictive clothing such as gym clothing. Smart wear, jeans or skirts are not appropriate as they can be restrictive.
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