Manual Therapy // Contemporary Medical Neurofunctional Acupuncture // Prescriptive Exercise // Neurofunctional Performance Taping  // Education and Advice


Manual Therapy


Manual therapy is a highly effective form of treatment that offers immediate and powerful relief for both acute and chronic injuries. Various forms of manual therapy include:

  • Soft tissue release
  • Neurofunctional soft tissue microconditioning
  • Joint mobilizations
  • Passive stretching

In performing manual therapy, the practitioner uses their hands to affect soft tissues and joints in order to improve function and decrease pain caused by muscle spasm, soft tissue tension and joint dysfunction. The goal of these techniques is to restore proper soft tissue and joint mechanics, in order to facilitate optimal functioning of the area. Read More…




Contemporary Medical Neurofunctional Acupuncture is a form of acupuncture that involves inserting needles into the body to target specific neuroanatomical structures such as muscles, joint capsules, peripheral nerves, neurovascular bundles, and nerve roots. This technique increases blood flow, decreases the sensitivity of pain-sending sensory nerves, activates muscles and improves cellular metabolism including the breakdown of adhesions and fibrotic changes that are often the source of chronic pain.

The goal of Contemporary Medical Neurofunctional Acupuncture is to modulate the functioning of the neuromusculoskeletal system in a way to promote optimal performance of that system. The benefits of this technique is enhanced by the addition of an electrical signal, which is passed through the needles. Read More…




Prescriptive exercise involves working with each individual to assess the injury and establishing an effective workout plan aimed at accomplishing specific goals related to the injury. Read More…


Neurofunctional performance taping


Neurofunctional performance taping is a taping method designed to modulate the activation of targeted muscles and enhance performance. Read More…



Education & Advice


Patient education and advice is a critical component of rehabilitation. The more a patient understands the nature of their condition, the better their results will be. Read More…



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