Following a broken bone or fracture neurological motor/sensory pathways often need to be re-set. When there has been a physical break there must have also been a neurological break as well. Re-setting the neurological connection will support release of stored toxins, stress hormones and improve circulation for better healing.
Other than accident related injuries, joint injury is often caused due to instability, mis-alignment of the musculoskeletal system and repetitive compromised motor patterns. Our focus in treatment is to improve circulation to the joint, activate muscle/tendon stabilization and then re-educate appropriate and healthy motor patterns to avoid future injury.
Application joint injuries include but are not limited to:
The following protocols are used in our treatment planning for the above deficits: