RAPID NeuroFascial Reset

Currently Certified for RAPID Neurofascial Reset on Lower Body.

RAPID NeuroFascial Reset, is a neurologically based, active, therapeutic technique that addresses the central nervous systems role in alleviating tension and restrictions within the body.  It utilizes a biopsychosocial perspective which addresses the body’s perception of threat and danger by bringing the brain to safety so most painful conditions and ROM restrictions disappear. 

 

I use a combination of hands-on palpation and examination to evaluate the tissues texture, tightness and movement of muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves. Hypersensitive areas are treated by combining tension directed at a precise depth with specific movements. RAPID NFR sessions may be uncomfortable, this occurs as the neurological system is being stimulated to restore normal function. It is ideal for both acute and chronic conditions. ​

This is a great approach for older injuries which are problematic even if years have past since the rehabilitation or mechanism of injury.  ​Though many painful conditions appear to have an insidious onset, very often they are a by-product of an old, possibly minor injury and due to unforeseen factors, full healing was restricted.  Biopsies on these areas have shown the tissue to contain concentrations of neuroimmunological factors, or the “chronic artifacts of inflammation”, these once healing cells are now known to be highly sensitizing to the nervous system often causing pain and dysfunction.

By applying RAPID NFR, I can flush these areas, which creates an influx of neuropeptides that are known to destroy these neuroimmunological factors which in turn desensitizes the nervous system.  

Clients are fully dressed during RAPID NFR treatments so do not wear clothing that is heavy, such as jeans.  Only wear clothing that is soft, and comfortable.  Athletic wear is ideal.

Some of the conditions I can treat, but not limited too:

-Lower Back Pain

-Sciatic Pain

-Nerve Entrapment in Lower Body

-Knee Pain

-Shin Splints

-Trochanteric Bursitis