Our approach to relieve muscle pain

Muscle Response Therapy

Muscle Response Therapy is the complete approach to specific musculoskeletal disorders.

It can either be an acute condition (a recent injury or the beginning of muscle pain in a certain region) or a chronic condition where the client has been experiencing muscle pain or symptoms because of muscular tension for an extended period (overuse syndrome).

When a musclestructure has been under pressure for an extended time, the structural behaviour of that muscle changes as well as the way it responds to movement

That muscle’s structure cannot merely be provided with neuro depressants but must be changed to achieve balance. This is done by introducing circulatory, muscle and neuro-responses.

Muscle Response Therapy Provides Balance

Once a muscle structure has undergone treatment, continuous muscle management is essential.

The lack of a good maintenance schedule causes the muscle to recognize a movement as a repetitive trsauma and that might cause the muscle structure to go back to its previous state, prior to treatment.

Yes, it is great to be pain free but we all use our muscles daily.  Your working environment or the sports field are most probably the direct cause of your injury or pain.

This we cannot change, but we can change the way the muscle responds to these demands by implementing a maintenance schedule that will assist your muscles to function optimally.

The Central Nervous System starts to expect Trauma as normal

If nothing is done to treat these traumatized areas, the muscle structure will continue in a destructive pattern until all resources have been depleted.

For example sitting behind a desk for hours that causes neck pain or training relentlessly to achieve our goals, causing impaired movement.

With muscle response therapy one can prevent further muscle injury and improve the way a muscle will respond to daily stresses.

Continuous Muscle Management is Essential

Once a muscle structure has undergone treatment, continuous muscle management is essential.

The lack of a good maintenance schedule causes the muscle to recognize a movement as a repetitive trauma and that might cause the muscle structure to go back to its previous state, prior to treatment.

Yes, it is great to be pain free but we all use our muscles daily.  Your working environment or the sports field are most probably the direct cause of your injury or pain.

This we cannot change, but we can change the way the muscle responds to these demands by implementing a maintenance schedule that will assist your muscles to function optimally.