To provide an effective therapy, first we have to communicate with the nervous system to release the spastic muscles, then to manipulate the muscular and the joints system. The manipulation of muscles and joints will be much more effective in this order Muscle spasms are not a medical condition. It is a physical condition of the body and it is being used as a defense mechanism against possible tears or as a reaction to different stresses (physical, Read more…
Learn important facts about how the Nervous system, Muscular System, and Joints interact together in the body in ways that develop pain.
For millions of Americans, the workday is defined by hours spent sitting in front of a computer monitor. Computer use has become an integral part of our modern daily life. For these typical members of the modern workforce, a workday includes 8 to 12 hours daily spent seated at a desk. Naturally, the human body is not designed for such extended periods of sitting.Read more »
The human body must obey certain physical laws in order to survive its environment.
These laws act on the body and trigger compensatory neurological and muscular activity, which commonly result in distortions of the human skeleton and muscle over activity known as muscle spasm. The resultant dysfunctions may include chronic pain, weakness and limited range of motion. However, by understanding a few key principles of biomechanics, many of these functional disturbances can be easily understood and corrected.Read more »