NMR NEUROMUSCULAR REEDUCATION, THE SOFT TISSUE INJURY SOLUTION LEVEL 1 by DR. Peter J. Levy DVD + 182 Pages Manual -USED like NEW

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LEARN DR. PETER LEVY NMR TECHNIQUES AND DOUBLE OR TRIPLE YOUR PRACTICE! DVD and 182-Pages Manual.

Neuromuscular
Reeducation™ (NMR) is a hands-on technique/approach to the functional
treatment of soft-tissue injuries that occur via trauma, repetitive
motion, or chronic postural fatigue.
 

NMR is an approach originally developed by Dr. Gary Glum and Dr.
Joseph Hourigan and is currently being taught and perfected by Dr. Peter
Levy.
Chris had the pleasure of studying under Dr. Levy. The NMR
technique works off the fact that every muscle in the body is surrounded
by a smooth, fascial sheath. Each muscular fascicle and fibril is
surrounded by this fascia, which can exert pressure of over 2000 lbs.
per square inch.

When an area is injured, whether is it muscle, connective tissue,
fascia, tendon, or some combination of these elements (as most injuries
are), the body handles this inflammatory response of the tissue to
trauma the only way it knows how – through a hyperplasia of the injured
tissue. This is followed by fibrous healing and the laying down of a
less elastic second-grade, poorly vascularized scar tissue. This is also
known as an adhesion. The body does this to protect the involved area
to further limit tissue damage. Adhesions form whenever damage and
inflammation have occurred but they limit both strength and range of
motion.

As the muscle and tendon begin to stretch and encounter an adhesion,
the muscle contracts to prevent any further stretching and to protect
the area involved. The result is that muscles involved are not as
strong, and the range of motion of the involved joint is limited. These
adhesions can affect areas that are quite small and other times there
can be a number of areas that are scattered throughout a muscle group or region of the body.
Patients experience these adhesions as fibrous, knotty areas that create
tension and pain.

The idea behind Neuromuscular Reeducation is that if you can locate
the adhesion and scarred area, you can take the muscle through a
functional range of motion while using manual deep pressure to break up
the adhesion and restore full range of motion.
This in turn allows the
body to regain its normal movement pattern, thus decreasing pain and
improving function.

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