NeuroMuscular Junction - Wellness Center |
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Location: Private practice in Plymouth, MI near the corner of Ann Arbor Rd and Lilley Rd. in the Lilley Executive Plaza conveniently placed 1 mile west of the I-275 exit at Ann Arbor Rd.
9357 General Dr, Plymouth, MI 48170, USA
Style(s): Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Myofascial Therapy, Sports Massage, Active Isolated Stretching, Active Isolated Strengthening, Swedish Massage, Reflexology/Acupressure
Hours: Please visit: http://neuromuscularjunction.net for online schedule and reservations!
Fees: Try Active Isolated Stretching $200 for 4 1 hour sessions: http://neuromuscularjunction.org
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Description: Neuromuscular Therapy is a structurally integrative approach to pain relief. The method is based on finding improper structural and biomechanical patterns in the patient's body. Once these patterns are analyzed a comprehensive program is designed to guide the client through the five stages of rehabilitation:
1. Eliminate muscle spasm
2. Restore flexibility
3. Restore proper biomechanics
4. Increase muscle strength
5. Increase muscular endurance
Our purpose is to not only to eliminate the pain, but educate the patient on ways to prevent recurrence of the injury or chronic stress. If you don't think you need to be educated about your own pain, THINK AGAIN! There is SO MUCH that you don't know about what is going on! Let me ask you this, if you are STILL complaining about the pain, then is your usual fluff and buff or "deep tissue" massage working for ya? Doesn't seem like it!
I am running a special right now for Active Isolated Stretching. Teaching you a new effective protocol that in my opinion is MORE EFFECTIVE than yoga and safer for your joints than many yoga poses!
with Active Isolated Stretching: Improve flexibility and health of muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
Invigorate the circulatory, respiratory, and neuromuscular systems.
Alleviate many of the symptoms of stress.
Facilitate the flow of lymphatic fluid.
Reduce risk of muscle, tendon, ligament, and joint injuries, such as strain and tear.
Reduce postural tightness due to aging.
Rehabilitate muscles, tendons and ligaments where there are injuries.
Reduce spasms, splinting, and tension