NeuroSoma® treatments restore health and well-being. Whether you are suffering from neck pain, shoulder or arm pain, mid or low back pain, gluteal pain, or leg or knee pain; whether you have been told or think you have sciatica, bursitis, pinched nerve, herniated disc, arthritis, migraines, sinusitis, or any other number of ailments, sick muscle is likely at the root of the problem, and NeuroSoma® can help.
Unlike regular massage therapy, NeuroSoma® specifically addresses hypertonic muscle spasm, which is created by a nervous system malfunction. It is beyond conscious control, and does not always produce direct awareness of its presence. With a precise and limited pressure, the NeuroSoma® myotherapist stimulates specialized nerves in your muscles, thereby reinstating feedback to your cerebellum; the brain can then experience the true condition of your muscles and begin to relax them.
What you Feel during treatment depends completely on the condition of your muscles, i.e., the more spasm, the more discomfort you may feel as we ‘wake’ the muscles up and reconnect them to the little brain. Although the pressure used in NeuroSoma® is comparable to or lighter than that of regular massage, soreness is common for 2 to 3 days post-treatment, especially after the first few treatments. This is due to its powerful nature, and to the amount of awakening and change induced by the treatment.
It is important to understand that this is part of the process, and soon your body begins to welcome NeuroSoma®. As the outer muscles become healthier, each succeeding treatment will leave less soreness, and gradually, deeper muscle layers are reached. It is also important to understand that getting well IS a process, and it is therefore advisable to commit to at least 10 treatments.
Many changes often occur in addition to the healing of injuries; these usually include increased circulation, improved posture, flexibility, mobility, and clarity of focus. The degree and speed of change depend on 3 factors: 1] the extent and 2] age of your disturbance, and 3] the pace at which your own nervous system operates, which varies from person to person.
- Please be aware we cannot diagnose any condition. This website is for educational purposes only; statements made herein have not been evaluated by the FDA or U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.