The most common problem you never heard of.
Have you noticed that, since your last injury (or the one before), or for no good reason at all, it seems that your performance has slipped, or you have nagging pain or injuries that just won’t go away?
There is a good reason why this may happen.
For over a hundred years, it has been known that following stress and injury, some muscles will permanently weaken; they just stop contributing to most of our movements.
This condition is called “muscle inhibition”. Experience and research show that once muscles are inhibited, even aggressive PT & targeted exercise
will not restore their proper function.
Inhibited muscles are no longer under your conscious control. It can be frustrating or even scary when your body seems to be less responsive than usual, but it is usually completely reversible.
Muscle inhibition has been shown to be a cause of problems like ankle instability, overuse syndromes, runner’s knee, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, or pain and injury in the neck, back, or any other joint or muscle in the body including the jaw.
There are lots of therapies that try to treat these problems, but the bottom line is this: as long as some of the muscles are inhibited, other muscles must overwork to compensate, These imbalances leave you with unbalanced joints as well, and more susceptible to future injuries and pain.
For over 40 years, RICE — rest, ice, compression, and elevation — has been the standard of care following injuries. Though great with curry, RICE doesn't really help you heal. Worse though, it doesn't address your inhibited muscles.
For over 50 years, however, Applied Kinesiology (AK) and the next-generation Advanced Muscle Integration Technique (AMIT) has been reversing muscle inhibition. With AMIT, Star NBA teammates, John Stockton and Karl Malone, both had their inhibited muscles "rebooted" regularly. They are the 9th and 11th oldest players ever, and number 1 and 2 in 'fewest games missed to injury' over the last 40 years
These treatments and the current innovations in Muscle ReBooting have, until now, flown under the radar. They are unknown to most practitioners and not covered by insurance.
One of the amazing things about treating muscle inhibition is that if you get to an injury early, before it starts to swell up, the pain may go away immediately and the area may not swell up at all. This challenges everything we thought we knew about injuries.
The technology of treating muscle inhibition has improved greatly over the decades. As part of The Sunya Way, only offered in Denver, Colorado, Muscle ReBooting is faster, easier, and far more cost-effective. That's why I also call it Effortless Rehab!
Make an appointment today for a free consultation to be checked for muscle inhibition, and ½ off the first area ReBooted. Whole-body corrections are available at a discount as well.
Why most docs don't tell you
about muscle inhibition.
It doesn't exist as a listed diagnosis, so its treatment can't be billed to insurance.
Mainstream medical literature does not offer a treatment that works, so why spend time evaluating you for a condition that doesn't exist and can't be treated?
All the expertise in treatment comes from alternative medicine, which most are unfamiliar with.
The results of treating muscle inhibition are almost literally unbelievable at times. Routine treatment of inhibition would upend large chunks of what is believed about the nature of pain and injury.
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