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Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)


Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is highly effective for many types of chronic or acute pain.


NMT is a specialized form of massage therapy that combines the knowledge of biomechanics (the way we move) and the physiology of the nervous system, and how they affect the muscular and skeletal systems.


NMT uses a combination of stretching, soft tissue manipulation, and various other techniques to release muscles, restore function and balance the central nervous system. Stabilizing low levels of neurological activity allows muscles to reset, and thereby diminishes pain, improving circulation and joint movement. NMT frees the body of pain and swelling and increases range of motion.

Highly Effective for Chronic and Acute Pain

By addressing posture, biomechanics, tight and injured soft tissue, and trigger points (areas in the muscle that refer pain to other parts of the body), NMT releases pain patterns while realigning the body so that the tissues and bones can work together with greater ease.


NMT is effective in the treatment of headaches, neck, shoulder, back, knee, leg, foot, and hand pain; sciatica, whiplash, and tendonitis. It is a powerful healing technique for those suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, dizziness, fibromyalgia, and more. Anyone who struggles with chronic pain can benefit from NMT.

The goal is to restore balance and alignment with gravity so that we may reduce the abnormal stresses that are the source of the pain. Once those stresses are released, the pain should subside.

As a methodology, NMT not only addresses the symptoms of pain, it also gets to the root causes, so it is an effective preventive measure.

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  • Clarify your health issues

  • Determine your health goals

  • Discuss how to attain these goals

  • Understand what services are offered

  • Decide what options and programs are best for you

Is Neuromuscular Therapy Right for You?

If you suffer from any of the following, you will benefit from NMT:

  • Chronic headaches

  • Back, neck, and/or shoulder pain

  • Knee, leg, foot, and/or hand pain

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • TMJ

  • Whiplash

  • Tendinitis

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Dizziness

  • And other symptoms

If you experience these or similar issues, reach out for a consultation now.

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Rapid Release is a vibration therapy device that I may use to assist with pain release and muscle revitalization. Used by physical therapists, chiropractors, sports trainers and many other health and medical professionals, Rapid Release delivers precise, targeted energy that releases pain and tension by combining high-speed vibration with short-stroke action.

To learn more about Rapid Release Technology™, check out their website here.

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