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Frequently Asked Questions:
Here we address questions that many people have asked pertaining to neuromuscular therapy and supplements.
 
Q What is Neuromuscular Therapy?
A Neuromuscular therapy (NMT) Is a hands-on deep tissue muscular therapy for relieving pain, stiffness and Inflammation from soft tissue (muscles and tendons) throughout the body. The therapist applies static pressure manually to dissolve knots, trigger points, tightness and inflammation from anywhere in the body. Click here for more information.

Q What are the benefits of NMT?
A NMT increases the blood circulation and lymph flow throughout the muscular system by micro-stretching the muscles and tendons. This allows for increased range-of-motion and muscular flexibility. The overall result is reduced inflammation and tenderness, improved strength and endurance, and deeper sleep. In addition, rejuvenated muscles are less likely prone to future injury.

Q What is a therapy Session like?
A In a private room, the client lies on a therapy table, fully clothed. The therapist applies adequate pressure along the length of the affected muscles and tendons to identify trigger points and hyper-contracted areas. The hands-on technique eventually dissolves the tightness and inflammation in the muscle / tendon.

Q Who benefits from NMT?
A Everyone! From young children who may have genetically tight muscle patterns to the elderly who suffer from the effects of gravity, postural changes, diet and general results of aging; from the athlete who wants to improve performance to the non-athlete who just wants to feel better.

Q How many therapy sessions are required ?
A After your initial consultation, the therapist will evaluate your individual needs. The number of NMT sessions depends on the severity of your condition. Many clients opt for a maintenance program after the body has healed. Depending on the nature and extent of the clients condition, a session can last from 20 to 60 minutes.

Q I wait out my pain, will it go away by itself ?
A The pain sometimes goes away, however the cause of the pain will remain. In time the pain will resurface. Trauma and stress on the body in any form will lead to tightened and inflamed muscles and tendons. Without muscle therapy, tight muscles will invariably lead to stress on the skeletal system, restriction of blood and lymph flow, postural compensation, and some loss of joint range-of-motion.

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