What is Neurokinetic?
Neurokinetic Therapy is one of the best assessment tools and rehabilitative techniques. The Neurokinetic Therapy is a thorough examination of the whole body employing a system of precise muscle tests.
After the manual muscle testing a certified Neurokinetic therapist is able to identify all the dysfunctions and muscles imbalances, and how they can be related with patient’s pain / injury.
How does Neurokinetic work?
Neurokinetic Therapy is based on the premise that when an injury has occurred, certain muscles shut down or become inhibited, forcing other muscles to become overworked. this compensation pattern can create pain or tightness.
Neurokinetic therapy is based on Motor Control Theory. The Motor Control Center is where all movement patterns are coordinated and it’s responsible to generate movement or action. Motor Control is like the “software” of human body.
If a dysfunctional pattern is saved in the M.C.C. that stays there until is changed. Change can be achieved by re-educating the brain and the body the functional movement-pattern.
Benefits from Neurokinetic Therapy
The neurokinetic technique used for reprogramming of your movements, is beneficial not just for significant pain or injuries, but for providing a variety of benefits such as:
reduced muscle tension,
faster injury recovery
reduce inflammation and swelling
help retrain muscles following trauma
improve balance, posture and coordination
and many more.
YOUR THERAPIST WILL BE LEVEL 3 / ADVANCED LEVEL CERTIFIED NEUROKINETIC PRACTITIONER.
For more information on how NEUROKINETIC therapy can help treat musculoskeletal injuries, or to book an appointment, please contact us via email at Manchester@physiopattern.co.uk or call us on 07450 797375. Physio Pattern is a Leading Physiotherapy clinic in Manchester city centre.