Neural Reset Therapy ® (NRT)

Neural Reset Therapy® (NRT) is a fast and easy way of getting rid of muscular pain and tightness.

Imagine your pain quickly vanishing, without putting pressure on tender areas.

Is it possible to experience rapid pain relief, sometimes within seconds? Yes it is!

When to try NRT:

People with theses conditions can improve greatly, or have the following conditions disappear completely:

  • Neck and back pain
  • Muscle spasms
  • Headaches, especially migraines
  • Carpel tunnel syndrome
  • TMJ syndrome
  • Tennis and golf elbow
  • Pain from unknown causes
  • Pain persisting long after the original trauma, including post-surgical pain
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Sciatica-like pain

It is different from massage, physical therapy, or chiropractic in these ways:

  • No massaging of muscles
  • No deep pressure required
  • No lotions or creams
  • No facedown positions are required
  • Done fully clothed
  • No stretching
  • Not need to touch the muscle being reset – can be done from the opposite side of the body
  • No joint adjustments
  • No mechanical, electrical, or electronic devices are needed
  • No needles
  • No drugs or natural substances applied

 

The video below shows Lawrence Woods, the founder and developer of Neural Reset Therapy®, giving a hands-on demonstration at a NRT workshop for therapists:

“Muscles are controlled by the nervous system. Proper application of Neural Reset Therapy® resets the nervous system to release a muscle from excess tension. With the release, the knots, pain, and tightness are gone. Joint mobility and posture are improved.”

How does Neural Reset Therapy ® work?

In your body, there are specialized nerve bundles called mechanoreceptors. The receptors respond to pressure, velocity, vibration, stretch, and other forces. When receptors detect a change, a signal is sent to the spinal cord and then relayed to the brain.

With Neural Reset Therapy®, the therapist briefly stimulates the receptors embedded in the selected muscle by asking for a position to be held or for a movement in a particular direction. Or the therapist taps on a muscle in such a way as to cause receptors to send a special message to the spinal cord.

That new message goes through the spinal integrating center which will reset the nervous system so the muscle is optimized neurologically. With the reset, the muscular pain and tightness disappear within seconds.

 

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