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How Does it Work?
- Your brain sends signals down through your nervous system to
control all the systems of your body including your muscular systems.
- There are nerve sensors in your muscles that send signals, called
"reflexes," to the brain telling it what the muscle is doing in order
to coordinate movement.
- When muscles undergo stress or injury, their sensors stop sending proper nerve reflexes to the brain.
- These muscles then become neurologically short or weak causing
improper joint movement through a process called "neurological
inhibition" or "NI."
- When muscles are in a state of neurological inhibition, they
will not strengthen or stretch fully with exercise or rehabilitation.
- "NI" may not always be immediately perceptible but it will
eventually lead to links in the muscle movement chain that will lead to
injury, pain and/ or deterioration.
- Your Registered Trigenics Physician is fully trained to be able to detect neurological inhibition.
- Once assessed, the Trigenist will have you lightly exercise using
specific resisted movements during your treatment to generate your own
- Through the application of a sophisticated combination of three
neuromanual medicine techniques, the Trigenist will
manipulate and redirect your nerve signals to effectively "reset" the
way your brain communicates with your muscles and body.