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Neuroplastic Treatment: A Different Approach Neuroplastic Treatment: A Different Approach… To Pain Reduction and Enhanced Performance FASCINATING and BEAUTIFULA representation of nerve cells at work in the brain. The primary method used by Jason is a form of neuroplastic treatment which uses gentle touches to the spine in order to stimulate the nervous system’s capacity to learn a strategy of self-correction. This typically results in enhanced mental and physical performance as well as reduced symptoms. Jason’s initial focus is to reduce spinal stiffness and asymmetric restriction of movement rather than to correct specific misalignments of the vertebrae. Once the strategy develops, it encourages the spine to spontaneously realign itself. The understanding of neuroplasticity and its potential clinical value is explained by Norman Doidge, M.D. In his popular book The Brain That Changes Itself, he says: “I became interested in the idea of a changing brain because Continue Reading

What Can Chiropractic Do For RSI?

RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) is a name that describes a group of conditions that may occur when an individual performs a repetitive task over a long period of time. These conditions may also be described as “overuse injuries” or Work Related Upper Limb Disorder (WRULD). In the upper limbs, RSI includes conditions such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tennis Elbow, Tenosynovitis, Frozen Shoulder, and Writer’s Cramp. In the back and lower limbs, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and Housemaids Knee are known conditions considered to be consistent with RSI. RSI may affect muscles, tendons, nerves and various soft tissues of the body. Another…

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