What Conditions can Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy Help Improve?

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Today, many people suffer from chronic pain, and the source generally arises from common imbalance and dysfunctional patterns in the musculoskeletal system. You can relieve most chronic pain with a combination of skilled manual therapy and corrective exercise.

In order to relieve and eventually correct patterns in your body that lead to pain and deterioration, you should opt for myoskeletal therapy. With Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy (MAT), you can be free from pain, avoiding invasive surgery or toxic pain medications.

The human body comprises functional systems and structural systems, such as the anatomy of bones, connective tissues, and nerves. These systems are joined in a connected feedback loop. Without a comprehensive understanding of how these systems function together, myoskeletal therapists can’t assess and treat the common musculoskeletal complaints.

With Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy, you can better understand how the body and brain systems work together, what issues lead to pain, and how to recreate optimal balance and performance.

Who are the Ideal Candidates for Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy?

This therapy is available to an individual who wants to:

  • Improve flexibility and mobility
  • Relax and ease stress
  • Get rid of any muscular or joint pain through their knees, shoulder, back, etc.
  • Reduce the risk of injury
  • Improve Posture
  • Better their athletic performance

What will Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy Enhance?

  1. Postural Correction

The pain usually results from weak and bad posture. You will experience pain relief if you correct your posture. But if you don’t, the issue may get worse over time. Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy is an excellent way to bring awareness to your posture to make the changes required for pain relief.

Myoskeletal therapy is also helpful for a person with unhealthy posture as its aids in fixing muscle atrophy and weakness. MAT can help if you’re dealing with neck and back pain due to any trauma or postural issues.

  1. Sports Injuries

Whether you play sports professionally or for recreational purposes, your joints and ligaments are susceptible to injury. That’s why it is essential to do a warm-up before playing any sports. Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy can help your movement to reduce the likelihood of injury or overuse.

  1. Migraines

MAT can help improve your body’s alignment, which can lessen the effects and steady the onset of migraines.

  1. Post-Surgery

Myoskeletal therapy can help counteract symptoms and challenges after orthopedic and other surgeries.

  1. Post-Physical Therapy

By enhancing myoskeletal alignment, you can avoid negative side effects from some orthopedic therapy.

  1. Hyper-Flexibility

Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy can address some side-effects of hyper-flexibility, such as headaches, high blood pressure, hyperhidrosis, POTS, and slow-healing wounds.

  1. Arthritis/ Tendonitis/ Carpal Tunnel

It is essential that the bones, tendons, and ligaments of your arms, hands, shoulders and other joints function together efficiently. However, it can be confusing to know which condition you’re suffering from. Fortunately, you can address each of these painful conditions with Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy.

To effectively relieve the pain conditions that generally affect your neck and back, you should consult a certified myoskeletal therapist.

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