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What to expect from

Effortless Rehab & Muscle ReBooting

"In almost 40 years of study and treatment of patients, I have not found a single treatment that is more powerful than Muscle ReBooting for recovery from musculoskeletal pain and injury. Not one."

Effortless Rehab is like a toolbox, filled with various techniques and methods for addressing

musculoskeletal dysfunction. 

Muscle ReBooting is its most powerful tool.

How can rehab be effortless?

When you have muscle and joint pain, it is certain that some of your muscles will be weak/inhibited. This weakness is permanent unless it is reversed by specific treatments that we call Muscle ReBooting.

The research shows that no amount of effort will correct these muscles. What is called "rehab" is actually training your body to work as well as it can without those muscles. This kind of rehab actually locks in new patterns of movement (muscle synergies, as they are known) that omit the inhibited muscles. This leaves you in a sense, partially dis-abled! 

Effortless Rehab uses Muscle ReBooting to rapidly re-activate those muscles, meaning that when you train, it is utilizing ALL your muscles. The effortless part, the treatment, is therefore infinitely more effective than all the effort you can muster., because as the saying goes, "you can never get enough of what doesn't really work,"

The process of Effortless Rehab

So the first several visits for most participants are focused on just restoring the muscles. There are about 20 separately testable muscles or divisions of muscles supporting each joint. Usually, when there is pain and dysfunction, at least 20% of the muscles in the joint or area will be weak when tested, though I have seen some people with 80% of the muscles in an area not working. 

The muscle weakness is not your fault. The muscles aren't weak because you haven't trained hard or effectively. Studies show that inhibited muscles are not corrected even with aggressive exercise and physical therapy.

As long as some muscles are inhibited, your body cannot function properly. That's why we always begin treatment by treating inhibition.

Muscle ReBooting can address the "4 P's":

Pain, Performance, Posture and Prevention.

The first visits of muscle rebooting are special.

In those visits, we assess every muscle in an area, a shoulder (~42 muscles), the foot, knee, hip, elbow, wrist, neck, temporomandibular joint (TMJ), or low back and abdominal muscles, ( at least 20 muscles in each area except the TMJ). We might do a whole limb, like the left leg, though doing both legs is generally recommended.

  • For low back problems, it is common to address all muscles from the back and abdomen on down. This would include both feet, knees, hips (considered one area) plus extensors. and low back and abdomen, (also considered one area.)    

  • We only do the full reboot once, though sometimes we find additional layers. This means that after correcting all the muscles in an area, some that were originally strong will now test weak. The cost for a ReBoot includes up to 3 layers. After that, it is charged at the regular hourly rate for care.

  • Rebooting alone may or may not fully address your symptoms. After rebooting muscles in an area, visits are booked by time, at the regular hourly rate. Sometimes a visit might include ReBooting and hourly charges, if the ReBooting only takes up part of the visit.

  • Most ReBooting sessions include chiropractic adjustments, but if you know would like to have your spine checked,

  • Muscle ReBooting is usually a permanent correction. Once muscles are restored, they tend to stay that way, though sometimes chronic underlying problems will cause certain muscles to compensate, weakening again.  

The cost for muscle ReBooting is $70 per area with a 15% discount for 5 or more areas, and a 20% discount for the entire body (not including TMJ elbows, fingers and toes.)

Multiple areas may need to be split into several visits.

Listing of all muscle grouping areas

Calf and foot -

Single group
~ 22 muscles each side


Knee and thigh

~ 20 muscles each side



~ 34 muscles, both sides included


Extensors (gluteal, pelvic floor)

~ 28 muscles, both sides included


​Abdomen, mid & low back

~ 28 muscles, both sides included

Shoulder, clavicle & scapula

Double group

~ 42 muscles each side



Double group

~ 48 muscles


​Elbow and hand

~ 30 muscles each side


Toes & intrinsic foot muscles

Single group
~ 20 muscles each side


Temporomandibular Joint (Jaw)

Single Group

~ 8 muscles both sides

Child Physiotherapy

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