What is NeuroMuscular Reprogramming, or NMR?
NeuroMuscular Reprogramming (NMR) is a type of therapy that can help fix problems within the neuromuscular system. This therapy can help soothe muscles that are too active and activate muscles that are not active enough. By doing this, NMR can help you feel better and improve your posture and overall body function. During an NMR session, the therapist will ask you questions and examine your posture and muscles. They will then test your muscles to find any imbalances or problems that need to be fixed. NMR can help correct any bad habits caused by injuries, improper use of muscles, unbalanced training, or repetitive movements. If other treatments have not worked, NMR may be a good option for you to try.
How Does NMR Work?
NMR’s effectiveness is grounded in its ability to uncover muscle imbalances. This insight is gleaned from client communication, postural analysis, and hands-on assessment. Once the source of imbalance is pinpointed, our practitioners employ muscle testing to locate areas of inhibition and compensation, tailoring treatments accordingly.
Central to this process is muscle activation – a pivotal step to break free from compensation patterns. Without it, these patterns persist. NMR diligently retrains the body, guiding it to shed “negative” patterns acquired through trauma, misuse, imbalanced training, or repetitive actions (including occupational movements). This restoration empowers the body to move and function as it was inherently designed to.