Neural Manipulation

When a nerve is affixed to surrounding tissue, it typically loses its ability to glide and/or stretch in length. This results in an increase in neural pressure and the nerve pathway loses blood supply and/or electric conductivity, allowing pain and weakness along the nerve pathway. Muscles are susceptible to the introduction of painful trigger points and the resulting pain compensation patterns. Neural Manipulation therapy allows nerves to be released from adhesions and the surrounding tissues rehydrated for regained flexibility to keep blood and electric conductivity moving through the neural pathways.

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