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Wouldn’t it be life changing to not only release muscle tension and align the bones, but to actually reset your Nervous System? This would have a profound effect on all the systems of the body including emotional well being, finally breaking the pain cycle and eliminating chronic/acute pain all together. This is exactly what NeuroMuscular and CranioSacral Therapy treatments are designed to do. Chronic pain is not something you have to live with. Getting the proper pain management can break your pain cycle allowing you to take back control of your life and live pain-free the way you were intended to.
ABC 15 Sonoran Living with Top NeuroMuscular Therapist in Scottsdale. Eva Savageau owner of NeuroMuscular Pain and Wellness Center is one of the few Certified NeuroMuscular Massage Therapists in Arizona.
Neuromuscular Therapy is a treatment that gets to the cause of chronic/acute pain leading to long term results and healing!
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100 million Americans are suffering from chronic pain, according to a new study prepared by National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH). Far too many people give up after spending way too much money on countless failed attempts of trying to stop their pain.
The Nervous System is designed to produce normal muscle tonus (nerve impulses that maintain body posture and movement) at 30 stimuli per second. When the body is under stress from either physical or emotional trauma, the nervous system stimuli increases its rate per second. If left untreated, this over stimulus of the nervous system will spread to other areas of the body eventually causing a general contraction of all the major muscles. This would have a profound negative effect on the entire Cranial Sacral System as well as all the systems of the body causing a “chronic pain cycle.” Think of it as an overload in an electric circuit.
Bringing the stimuli back down through NeuroMuscular Therapy and CranioSacral Therapy will reset the Nervous System and “Pull the plug” on your chronic pain cycle.