Assess, treat & condition
Repetitive movements from work to recreational activities create functional changes in the body. While some of these changes involve structural and mechanical changes to the connective tissues of the body, other changes occur in the neurological system due to abnormal sensory information, altered processing, and abnormal motor control resulting in dysfunctional movements.
Chronic conditions are often due to compensation and symptoms often develop distal to the actual impairment. NeuroFascial Patterns utilizes a series of movements to screen for dysfunction. Once a dysfunctional pattern has been developed, the active movement is further evaluated by passive movements to differentiate a weakness issue vs a tightness issue that could involve the joint capsule, muscle, fascia, or neural tensioning with techniques to identify the tissue specific impairment. Manual techniques including instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation (IASTM) and kinesiology taping will be utilized to demonstrate proposed interventions based on dysfunction.
Dates for 2018 coming soon!