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    Shoulder pain, before and after the neural hacking therapy. My client was having painful clicking in the left shoulder during walking and a restricted range of motion for abduction and horizontal abduction. He complained to me about neck stiffness as well. Muscles around the neck and opposite shoulder were so tight. I tested his left latissimus, and that was dead, no muscle neuro activity of the latissimus. This big muscle is very important for overhead shoulders movement. If your shoulder doesn’t have posterior support from back muscles( very often that’s lat.), you will not be able to do overhead movements. After that, I found a flip place (a spot that changes muscles tone ) for underactive latissimus to regular tone. That’s place was acromioclavicular ligament which was overactive. I did ligament inhibition and latissimus activation. After that, all other muscles had normal tone, normal range of motion without any pain and no shoulder clicking.

    A client came to me the other day complaining about bad lower back pain last 20 years. Very often than not, he couldn’t walk, sit normal, he had a lot of pain when he arched and twisted his lower back. He plays golf and boxing which mean a lot of rotation movements, but that doesn’t have to cause pain. He didn’t have any disc injury in history. He tried many different treatments but nothing gave positive results during the years. I saw two scars on his body, one under his eye and one on the stomach under the last rib. He cut skin on the glass when he was 3 years. Because, scars can make problems on any part of the body, I decided to check that. I use the neural hacking approach to check almost everything. First I tested muscles and I found right gluteus and left latissimus are neurological underactive but when I touched and pull the scar down, muscles became strong again. I did protocol to inhibit that scar and after that activation gluteus and latissimus. Immediately after that pain has gone.

    A client came to us, he has complained about the lower back and right shoulder pain last few months. He plays paddle tennis which entails a lot of twisting movements. A manual muscle test showed us latissimus and gluteus weakness. we used neural hacking and found a flip place on the right internal oblique muscle for mechanoreceptors. We used neural hacking protocol to inhibit mechanoreceptors and we had checked all weak muscles which became strong and clear. The pain was gone.

    What causes pain

    Pain is often caused by muscular Imbalance when one muscle works too hard because another muscle isn’t working hard enough. The pain can often be in overworking muscle, but sometimes it can be somewhere else in a completely different area in an unrelated muscle. Neurokinetic therapy enables us to find the cause of the pain by identifying the muscle imbalance and correcting it using the Trigger Point massage or corrective exercises. No matter how small, any injury or pain can create a long-lasting negative impact on the body. This happens through the development of compensation patterns the body uses to avoid any painful or uncomfortable movements.

    Pain is often caused by muscular Imbalance when one muscle works too hard because another muscle isn’t working hard enough. The pain can often be in overworking muscle, but sometimes it can be somewhere else in a completely different area in an unrelated muscle. Neurokinetic therapy enables us to find the cause of the pain by identifying the muscle imbalance and correcting it using the Trigger Point massage or corrective exercises. No matter how small, any injury or pain can create a long-lasting negative impact on the body. This happens through the development of compensation patterns the body uses to avoid any painful or uncomfortable movements.

    Pain relief therapy

    Lower back pain relief

    Our client was having low back pain after trying to help his daughter, mainly on the right. He also mentioned that since his back pain started, he also felt pain when he rotated on the side and felt weak and even sore in some movements.

    We did a neurokinetic test where we found that his Quadratus lumborum muscle was neurologically overactive for his Glute max, Psoas and Transverse Abdominis. After releasing the tight Quadratus lumborum we activated the affected muscles and identified that the primary compensation was Quadratus lumborum overactive for neurologically underactive Transverse Abdominis. After clearing up the dysfunctional patterns his back pain was completely gone, and he felt much stronger and without soreness.

    Issues that we treat:

    Lower back pain

    Lower back pain is one of the most common, if not the most common, injuries and can affect as many as 80% of people at some point in their life. Lower back pain can account for as much as 56% of all sick days in certain occupations and might have a significant impact on a country’s economy. Lower back pain is a symptom that can arise from a host of causes, including intervertebral disc herniations, spinal conditions such as spondylosis, spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, spondylitis, poor posture, extended periods of sitting, to name but a few.

    Neck pain such as whiplash

    Whiplash is a neck injury caused by the sudden and forceful back-and-forth movement of the neck – like cracking a whip. In some cases, whiplash goes hand-in-hand with a concussion. Common symptoms include neck stiffness and pain that often worsens with movement, reduced range of motion in the neck, headaches, dizziness and tenderness or pain in the upper back, shoulders and arms. In some cases, it could even cause ringing of the ears, blurred vision, memory problems and irritability.

    Sciatica nerve pain

    Sciatica nerve pain happens when the patient suffering from impingement or pressure on the way of the sciatica nerve root which causes pain down to the foot. Conditions that commonly causes sciatic nerve pain are lumbar disc degeneration/disc herniation, isthmic spondylolisthesis, lumbar spinal stenosis, piriformis syndrome and sacroiliac joint dysfunction. The sciatic nerve starts in the lower spine and follows a long path through the buttock, down the back of the thigh and leg, and finally ends in the foot.

    Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow

    Tennis elbow is a condition that causes pain in the outer elbow and along the arm. The medical term for this condition is lateral epicondylitis. It means that the tendons of some forearm muscles are inflamed. Very often causes of the tennis elbow are an overload of tendons in the elbow. Usually by repetitive incorrect motions of the shoulder. Causes of tennis elbow are rarely in direct connection to the elbow joint. More often it is a consequence of bad posture or incorrect movement patterns. Problems with the tennis elbow can occur with athletes, non-athletes, and other people with bad posture.

    Carpal tunnel syndrome

    Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that causes pain, tingling, and numbness in the hand and arm. This condition occurs when the median nerve is compressed as it travels through the wrist. The median nerve runs along the arm, goes through a passage in a wrist called the carpal tunnel, and ends in a hand. The median nerve controls the movement and feeling of all fingers except the pinky finger. Women are likely to get this three times more than men.
    It might be because they have a smaller carpal tunnel.

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