Our Approach

You live your life through your Nervous system. It is the connection between your brain, your body, and your environment. A strong connection allows for increased healing, function, and adaptability.

However, when we are exposed to stress, this connection gets disrupted and a number of compensation patterns are triggered throughout the body, particularly at the spine.

These compensation patterns, which include altered neurology, poor movement patterns, and increased tension, allow the body to adapt to the stress in the short term and provide a temporary reprieve. Typically, at this point, no symptoms are noted. However, as the stress continues, the body’s ability to adapt decreases as layers of compensation patterns build up (think of an onion). Eventually, the short-term compensations become significant enough to cause symptoms such as pain, numbness, tingling, stiffness, weakness, etc.

What do we help?

Our protocol allows us to focus on restoring the Brain-Body connection from a FUNCTIONAL and HOLISTIC perspective.

This allows you to move better, function better and feel better!

Below are some of the complaints we have helped:

  • Headaches / Migraines / Balance Issues
  • TMJ Issues
  • Neck & Back pain – arthritis, disc issues, sprain/strains
  • Numbness & Tingling, Weakness
  • Neuropathy, Tendinopathy
  • Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist complaints
  • Hip, Knee, Ankle complaints
  • Stress Reduction – decrease body tension; feel more energetic, relaxed, and grounded!

How do we help?

We help your body by restoring functional movement, decreasing tension and reactivating the nervous system. This releases the tangled layers of compensation patterns, decreases stress physiology and leads to positive outcomes. Our protocol consists of:

Restoring Joint Biomechanics

The movement of your spine and extremity joints play a large role in nerve function, tension and movement patterns. These joints need to be released to decrease the stress on the nerves and to allow for smooth, fluid functional movement.

Releasing Soft Tissue (Muscles, fascia, ligaments)

The soft tissue matrix can irritate nerves, contain toxins and have adhesions. This also restricts proper movement. We therefore need to release the affected muscles, ligaments and fascia.